Do you long for an Art Deco feel to your living room, or an old Hollywood feel to your office? It is all in the steel! Choose the perfect wire framed piece to make your dream a reality!
Furnishing your home can be a fun and exciting experience or it can be a time consuming headache. There are right and wrong ways to accomplish your home furnishing goals and working for a furniture company and designing residential spaces has taught me a few things about the right ways. Let’s explore some ways to make furnishing your home an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
“Home is where the heart is” they say and that is certainly true for frequent movers. Whether it’s college students, business travelers, military families or just those suffering from wanderlust, repeat movers need to keep it simple when it comes to furnishing their homes. Having moved six times in the past 16 years, I have learned some valuable tips for furnishing for future moves that can save you time and money.
This past weekend we honored those who fought and gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Commonly people do this by attending parades, visiting cemeteries and gathering with family. My father in law is a Vietnam veteran and he spoke at a local ceremony in which he talked about “Heroes” and what that term means to people today as well as what it means to those who are considered heroes. What is a hero? It means different things to different people, that’s for sure.
Now that the days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer, it’s time to get outside! Whether it's outside your home or office (the two places we spend most of our time) getting outside and staying there can sometimes be hard. Let’s face it, we have busy lives and even busier schedules. Today I am going to give you some fantastic reasons to make time to take time to relax and enjoy being outdoors.
Mothers come in all shapes and sizes, be it you biological mom, your step mom, adoptive mom, mother in law, godmother, auntie, grandmother or just someone who mothers you…….one day just doesn’t seem like enough to honor them for all they do for you. Being a mom myself I may be a little bias but knowing first-hand what it takes to do this amazing (and sometimes thankless) job, I want to share what we moms are really hoping for this Mother’s Day.