Tips For Tot Rooms: Window Treatment Options Every Parent Should Know About

When it comes to decorating a tiny tot's room, every parent has an idea of their ideal paint and d├ęcor that they would like to implement into the space. Unfortunately, some of the window treatment options you are thinking of may not be as good of an option for your small child as you may think. In fact, if you are the parent of an infant or toddler, there are some window treatment tips you should know about. Read More 

What To Do About An Air Conditioner That Smells Like A Dirty Sock

Do you dread the hottest part of the day because turning on the air conditioner triggers the release of a musty odor reminiscent of dirty laundry? Instead of avoiding the thermostat, track down the cause of the problem and treat it. Letting an odor issue go on for months or years could compromise your health and damage your air conditioner, not to mention embarrassing you in front of summertime guests. Read More 

Pros And Cons Of Custom Draperies

There are many reasons why you may be thinking about getting draperies to hang over your windows. Draperies cover your windows, giving you privacy. Certain types can help block sunlight, reducing your energy usage. And they can add texture, color and style to your room. When selecting them, you have a decision to make. You can purchase store-ready curtains or have custom ones made. There are pros and cons to both methods and learning about them will help you make an educated decision as to which is best for you. Read More 

Are You Looking To Conserve Water? Ways To Save Water In Your Yard Without Sacrificing Your Lawn

Many western states, including California, Nevada and Arizona, are in a drought. Due to the drought, and the water restrictions in place because of it, many homeowners are looking to conserve water when it comes to their yards. And it makes sense, since up to 30 percent of a household's water use is from outdoor usage. While many people are getting rid of their grass and replacing it with rocks, pavers or cement to conserve water, you may love yours. Read More 

5 Often Overlooked Areas Of Bathroom Design

The bathroom, although often one of the smallest rooms in a home, is packed full of design options and decisions. It is easy to get caught up in the large decisions, such as new tile, bathtubs, and shower enclosures, when remodeling a bathroom. However, there are several small details in a bathroom that, if you pay attention to them from the beginning, can make your look more cohesive and bring out some of the unique features of your bathroom. Read More