Blending Modern Furniture Into An Antique Home

8 January 2019
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Having an antique or traditional home doesn't mean you can't enjoy modern, contemporary furniture. There are ways to blend modern furniture into even the most historic of homes. When you pull the design off properly, it will be both comfortable and memorable. Focus On One Or Two Large Pieces If you fill an antique home with completely modern, contemporary furniture, the end result will often be a little uncomfortable. It will seem as though the furniture is out of place. Read More 

What You Need For Your Custom Home Bar

28 November 2018
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You want to put a home bar in your basement or private entertainment area. You may even want to put a bar on your back deck or patio. When you customize your bar, you create an atmosphere that is unique to your needs and matches your home's decor best. Here are things you need for your custom home bar. Bar stools A home bar is not complete without a set of custom bar stools. Read More 

Tidy Or Cookie-Cutter? The Pros And Cons Of Furniture Sets

27 October 2018
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If you're buying furniture for the first time (or, rather, buying non-DIY furniture for the first time), a big thing you'll want to consider is whether or not to consider buying a furniture set. A furniture set is, as the name suggests, furniture that comes in a set (like a couch and love seats, a table with matching chairs, a coffee table and a recliner, etc.) and matches itself in color, material, and style. Read More 

Home Not-So-Sweet Home: How To Tell When Your Home Needs A Makeover

10 September 2018
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When it comes to interior design, it doesn't matter how old your decor and furnishings are or how long you've had your current style. It does matter how content you are with it. Trends in interior design come and go, but you should always strive to surround yourself with the things you love and d├ęcor you are comfortable with. How can you know when it's time to make some changes in your interior design? Read More 

Transitional Tips Associated With Your Company’s Move Into A Larger Facility

17 August 2018
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If you own a real estate company and your client base has grown in the last two years, prompting you to move you and your office staff into a larger facility, it can be troubling to contemplate not being able to serve your clients during the moving phase. Move in stages to minimize disruptions associated with serving your clients.  Advertise The Move And Supply A Definitive Date After securing a larger facility, let current and potential clients know about the upcoming move by displaying a few signs on the property where your business is currently located. Read More