While there are still a few weeks left in winter, it’s never too early to start making spring, household decorating plans. According to a group of interior designers, they said that people should think about decorating their bedrooms every three to four years.
Have you ever been shopping on vacation, bouncing from store to store, when you stumble across a one-of-a-kind gift shop with antiques and ornaments of all kinds? There’s nothing quite like finding ashop like this.
Art, in any form, is a great way to accent rooms in your house or office. Whether it’s a beautiful painting, intricate sculpture, or kiln-fired ceramic pot, professional and novice decorators look far and wide for the next great unique piece.
Picture this: It’s a chilly winter night. There’s a slight breeze blowing outside the window. The fireplace is softly crackling, as you’ve just finished dinner. You’ve made some hot chocolate and are getting ready to curl up with your newest book or favorite movie.
Getting new furniture is fun. Whether you’re getting it from a friend or family member, buying new at a store, or weaving in and out of antique shops, redecorating your home can rejuvenate your attitude.
Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, holiday shopping deals are flooding both your email and physical mailbox. While finding a great gift for someone, we know it can be hard to get it to them, especially if you don’t plan on doing any traveling this season.
The holiday gift-giving season is nearly upon us. Perhaps, you’re even looking to treat yourself or your home to a new look. After all, big box stores and the hot, seasonal gifts can be less than original. Like they say, it’s the thought that counts.