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Home hacks including DIY organization, storage solutions, cleaning tips and beyond.

  • Olivia Picton
    Published 3 days ago
    5 Amazing Reasons for Solar Powering your Home

    5 Amazing Reasons for Solar Powering your Home

    In many places winters get bitterly cold. The temps usually hover at below or just above freezing levels. Keeping your home warm and cozy during the winter season and other chilly days throughout the year can be a challenge. One sore point is dealing with skyrocketing utility costs. An ideal way of keeping your house well-insulated from Old Man Winter is with solar panels. They are an energy-efficient option for maintaining your home's comfort level year-round (and more).
  • Isla Wright
    Published 6 days ago
    5 Changes Your Home Is in Desperate Need Of

    5 Changes Your Home Is in Desperate Need Of

    Sometimes it can happen that you simply wake up one day and see your home with an entirely new perspective. Something that once seemed cute to you may now seem like a pile of mess. That beautiful orange shade that you have featured in your kitchen may now seem too overwhelming and like an entirely wrong choice. Your once beloved living room rug may now bring you more frustration than joy.
  • Carlos Fox
    Published 7 days ago
    5 Ways to Turn Your Bedroom into Your Personal Haven

    5 Ways to Turn Your Bedroom into Your Personal Haven

    People might think that it’s overly complex to transform a bedroom into a sanctuary. But with a few simple strategies and tricks, you, too, can add new energy into your bedroom space. You can interact with elements in your space in a positive way and bring a sense of style to your bedroom. You can even have your whole family on-board with the program and talk to them about what they’d like to see in the bedrooms, as well.
  • Russ
    Published 7 days ago
    How to Keep Leaves out of Gutters

    How to Keep Leaves out of Gutters

    You probably don't give your gutters much thought, but they play a critical role in protecting your home from the elements. When rain or snowmelt runs off your roof, your gutters collect the water and transport it away from your home. Unfortunately, most gutters also collect leaves, pine needles, shingle granules and any other debris the water happens to be carrying.
  • Eada Hudes
    Published 8 days ago
    How to Create a Relaxing Ambiance in Your Home

    How to Create a Relaxing Ambiance in Your Home

    We all live a very busy life—and we hardly get any time with our family. It has become so frenzied and fast-paced that we need to make an extra and conscious effort to slow it down. For many of us, we sometimes have to force ourselves to relax—to stop and smell the roses.
  • Paisley Hansen
    Published 18 days ago
    Improving Your Home’s Curb Appeal

    Improving Your Home’s Curb Appeal

    Whether you’re hoping to sell your home or are considering living in it for the next 50 years, working on the condition of its exterior is just as important as revamping the interior spaces. Even if you don’t have the time and money for a complete renovation, a few basic changes can greatly improve your abode’s curb appeal, making it one of the most eye-catching spots on your block.
  • Sasha McGregor
    Published 18 days ago
    5 Easy Ways to Lower Your Utility Bills

    5 Easy Ways to Lower Your Utility Bills

    5 Easy Ways To Lower Your Utility Bills
  • Isla Wright
    Published 20 days ago
    Living Room Decor Ideas to Make Your Space Look Luxe

    Living Room Decor Ideas to Make Your Space Look Luxe

    Whenever people feel like they need to refresh their homes, they usually start with the living room. One of the reasons behind this is the fact that this is one of the most public areas of the home. It’s the place where you welcome your guests and the area where the entire family spends the majority of their free time.
  • Dwell Logan Square
    Published 21 days ago
    5 Expert Tips to Create a Stunning Bedroom (Without Breaking the Bank)

    5 Expert Tips to Create a Stunning Bedroom (Without Breaking the Bank)

    When decorating your apartment, always start with the bedroom.
  • Damien Justus
    Published 24 days ago
    5 Tools and Decor Ideas New Homeowners Should Invest In

    5 Tools and Decor Ideas New Homeowners Should Invest In

    Buying a new home is always an exciting time for anyone. Whether you’re a first-time buyer, upgrading to a larger space or downsizing for the next step in your life, your new home will be the setting for many future memories. To get things off on the right foot, there are a few things you can invest in.
  • Terry Miller
    Published 25 days ago
    Low-Cost Remodeling for Your Rental House

    Low-Cost Remodeling for Your Rental House

    The best way of attracting tenants is to spruce up the place making them feel that they are getting more than their money’s worth.
  • Damien Justus
    Published 25 days ago
    What You Need to Know Before Installing a Pool

    What You Need to Know Before Installing a Pool

    During the summer, when you’re in the throes of 90+ degree heat and lying on your cool tile kitchen floor, having a pool installed sounds like the smartest decision that you can possibly make in your agony. And you might be right! A pool can be a fantastic investment for you and your family if you live an uncomfortably warm climate. Before getting on the phone and looking at which designs you love, instead weigh the pros and cons of making such a big decision.