As tax time approaches, the last thing you want to do is make a misstep – Erik Sherman writes for houselogic on the top 6 mistakes homeowners make when filing taxes.
Wreaths are making a place for themselves in regular, year-round home décor, and this DIY floral hoop wreath makes it easy to pull off.
New opportunities can carry you hundreds or thousands of miles from where you currently are - and while the opportunity may be great, buying a home may be tricky when you’re doing so long distance.
Do you aspire to better organize your home? Along with your goal to go to the gym daily, is that resolution also slowly slipping out of your mind’s eye as the end of January slowly approaches? Don’t give up just yet.
Fact: Marble is not stain resistant. On the contrary, marble is a very porous stone, and can soak up the liquids you erroneously spill. So those marble counter tops and floors, while pristine and polished looking for now, won’t be if you don’t keep a close eye on them.
We know it’s dark and dusty – but don’t be afraid. Those coils are no force to be reckoned with - cleaning your fridge coils every six months to a year helps your appliance cool more efficiently!
A Cul-de-Sac is more than just a fancy word for a dead-end street.
The term is French and originates from the etymology meaning “bottom of a sack”, writes Matt Christensen via realtor.com. Beyond that, it’s the end of a street that’s rounded and is a haven for families or folks who hate traffic and gravitate toward the cozier, more quiet side of suburbia.
Although Christmas is over, you may hesitate to put your string lights away. And that’s okay! That’s why we bring you these inspiring ways to use string lights to decorate, highlight wall art, and other fun, fresh ways of keeping these inexpensive, magical little beauties around all year long!