Category: Home Decor

Decor Tips for Kids’ Rooms

Your child’s bedroom, if decorated the right way, can be a place of rest, play, refuge and creativity. Here are a few tips to help you achieve just that.   Get Their Input  What’s your child’s favorite color? Do they like marine life or outer space? Do they like to read or paint or both? […]

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Decor Tips for Kids’ Rooms

Your child’s bedroom, if decorated the right way, can be a place of rest, play, refuge and creativity. Here are a few tips to help you achieve just that.   Get Their Input What’s your child’s favorite color? Do they like marine life or outer space? Do they like to read or paint or both? […]

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Easy Hair Tutorials for Valentine’s Day

We want to look great for Valentine’s Day but there’s no need to spend a fortune! Try one of these gorgeous styles at home! 2 EASY Romantic Hair Styles: Cute Valentines Day Hair – Easy Braid Idea: Valentine’s Day Hairstyle: How to Create a Perfect Love Bun: Lady Gaga Hair Bow: 2 Minute Romantic Hairstyle […]

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Last Minute Valentines Day Gift Ideas For Your S.O. (that aren’t flowers, chocolates or a card)

Much like birthdays, anniversaries and school photo days, Valentine’s day is one of those occasions that has the tendency to sneak up on you. If you find yourself unprepared come February 14th, we have some last-minute suggestions you can whip up or pick up right in time for V-day.   A homemade heart shaped pizza […]

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Valentine`s Day Recipes To Make With Your Kids

If you have a family, you’ll know that the Valentine’s Day festivities are never limited to just mom and dad, and rightly so. Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be limited to love in the romantic sense, but love in general.  Getting your kids involved in your Valentine’s festivities is a great way to spark family […]

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Design Tips for Your First Condo

When designing a condo, you have limitations that you wouldn’t have if you were decorating a home; the prevailing limitation being square footage. Condos are known for being compact, so it’s important to know how to decorate within your constraints.   Shop Around When it comes to shopping for a condo, it’s important to be […]

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Important Points to Consider When Choosing Flooring for Your Kitchen and Bathroom

  Your kitchen and bathroom floors, more so than other surfaces in your home, are bound to take the brunt of your family’s mess, between dirty shoes and socks, food splatter, depreciation from moisture, and wear-and-tear from pet paws and claws. All these reasons and more speak to why it’s important to make an educated […]

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Things to Consider Before Renovating Your Kitchen

  Should you hire a professional designer? Of course, we’re not opposed to DIY-ing, but when you’re tackling something as extensive as a complete kitchen reno, enlisting the help of a professional may not be a bad idea. First, consider your own skills. If you come from a background that has little to do with […]

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Tips to Throw a New Year’s Eve Party on a Budget

Hosting a New Years Eve party can be equal parts exciting and expensive. Between food, drinks, decorations, not to mention unforeseen expenses, it can be hard to not only set a budget but stick to it. But that doesn’t have to be the case. With a little creativity and a lot of planning, you can […]

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Yummy New Year’s Eve Cocktails

When the clock strikes midnight, what drink will your guests be cheers-ing with?   Orange Cherry Champagne Find the recipe here.   Grape sparklers Find the recipe here.   Pomegranate and ginger spritzer Find the recipe here:   Champagne cocktail Find the recipe here.   Raspberry Limoncello Prosecco Find the recipe here.  

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DIY Gift Ideas for Coffee Lovers

Find the perfect gift for the coffee lover on your list!  

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7 Ways to Relax During the Holidays

 We all need to take time to relax and breathe during the busy holiday season. We’ve compiled 7 ideas to help you de-stress this Christmas! DIY Spa Night: Even if it’s only for 20 minutes, take time to spoil yourself. Give yourself a pedicure or try a facial; put some cucumbers and mint over your […]

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Christmas Lighting Trends and Tips

Dressed up trees If you have a deciduous tree on your property, you might notice in winter it tends to look a little desolate and bare come winter. Christmas is the perfect time to change that by wrapping the branches with string lights. Ensure you are using LED lights, opposed to incandescent ones, which won’t heat up […]

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Tips for Hosting a Holiday Party in a Small Space

Opt for an alternative Christmas tree There’s nothing quite like a real tree to festive-ify your home, but if you’re lacking space, you may want to consider alternative options. Not only is a tree space consuming, but in a party setting lights and delicate ornaments can be bumped off by unsuspecting guests, creating more mess […]

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Christmassy Home Appeal Ideas

The term “curb appeal” takes on a whole different meaning come December, and while you do want your home to look festive, you also don’t want to take it too far as to overwhelm your property, particularly if you’re in the market to sell. Your best bet is to go tasteful, with simple, classic ideas […]

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Tips for Hosting a Holiday Wine Tasting

If there were ever a month to eat, drink and be merry, this would be it. And while we can’t necessarily gift your merriment this holiday season, let us at least help you with the drink part with these tips for hosting a fabulously festive wine tasting for your family and friends.   Get out the good glassware It’s […]

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Creative Ideas for Gift Baskets

Leading up to the month of December, the internet is teaming with gift guides for everyone on your Christmas list: your fashionista best friend, your tech nerd boyfriend, your minimalist mom; but what about all the people in between? What about that neighbor that checked in on your cat when you were away on holidays […]

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Creative Ideas for Tree Toppers

One of the most eagerly anticipated Christmas traditions families have is decorating the tree. Decorating your tree as a family can be an important bonding experience and the custom is a fun and nostalgic way to kick off the holiday festivities. But just because this is a tradition, doesn’t mean that how you decorate has […]

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Think Outside the Box for Thoughtful Last-Minute Gifts

Although it’s the time of year to make a list and check it twice, a recent poll found that on average, three in 10 gift purchases during the holidays are done at the last minute or within a day of giving the gift. We all understandably want our holiday shopping experience to be more convenient […]

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Living Room Design Tips

Your living room is likely the activity hub of your home and subsequently, it should be a room you are proud to show off to guests and spend time in as a family. If it’s not, perhaps it’s time to consider a living room makeover. Our designer, Dvira Ovadia, shares some tips on how to create a […]

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Stencils VS Wallpaper

As if a bare white wall is some sort of crime against décor, homeowners have been infatuated with adorning their walls for centuries. It dates to the era of cavemen when the walls of caves were heavily embellished in primitive sketches. Since then, the realm of wall adornment has vastly expanded, allowing modern homeowners to […]

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4 Tips for Stencilling a Wall

If you love the intricate patterned look of wallpaper, but don’t really like the hefty price tag, you may want to consider stencilling as an alternative means of wall décor. Stencilling is fun, DIY-able and stylish, all you need is a little bit of paint, a little bit of patience, and these four tips.   […]

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Common Living Room Decorating Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Besides perhaps the bathroom, the living room is arguably the most common of common areas in your home, and often people decorate this important room with that in mind. The fact that this room will be the most-visited by family and guests can end up being a lot of pressure when decorating a singular room, […]

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5 Ways to Make the Most of a Small Living Room

“Float” your sofa Floating your sofa means pulling it away from the walls, creating extra spaces for traffic and light flow that you wouldn’t have if your sofa was flush up against the wall. There are a few reasons why floating furniture works in a small space; this strategy can be used to divide a […]

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Chic DIY Pipe Christmas Tree

Supplies Needed: Various sizes of ABS pipes Clear silicone 1/4 inch plywood (ours is 5.5 feet by 3 feet) Various ornaments Krylon ColorMaster white spray paint Glue gun Instructions: 1. Cut and paint plywood with desired color. For a small fee the plywood can be cut to your desired size at the lumber yard and […]

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