Interior Design Tips For Retiring In A Small Townhouse

Posted on: 6 February 2019

Moving from a large single-family home into a smaller townhouse is a change many older Americans choose to make. As you age, it gets harder to mow the lawn and do all of the other physically demanding maintenance tasks a house with a yard requires. By moving to a townhouse, you avoid these tasks and can spend your time on hobbies, travel, and visiting family instead.  If you recently downsized into a small townhouse so you won't have to maintain a large single-family home any longer, then you will be pleased to learn there are many ways you can make the space work well to meet your needs.
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Tips For Making Your Waiting Room A Memorable Experience

Posted on: 11 July 2018

When it comes to commercial interior design, your waiting room is often the most important aspect. Your waiting room is going to be the first experience your guests have with your business and will be where they spend a substantial amount of time. Here are some tips for creating a welcoming, memorable, and fashionable waiting room. Keep It Light and Airy You want your waiting room to have glass windows, natural light, and (if possible) plants.
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3 Options To Consider When Remodeling Your Kitchen

Posted on: 31 January 2018

Coming up with ideas for remodeling your kitchen can be tricky because there are so many different options that you can choose to utilize. Here are three options to consider when remodeling your kitchen to help you make your decision. Add An Island With Extra Functionality One of the most popular options to consider when remodeling your kitchen is to add an island with extra functionality or to add that extra functionality to an island that already exists.
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Redecorating? ~ Don't Skip Over These Awesome Wall And Ceiling Effects

Posted on: 5 December 2016

Are you planning to redecorate a room in your home? If so, the walls and ceiling in the room will be an important part of your project. Perhaps you are thinking a few coats of paint are all that is needed. The following suggestions can inspire you to do more with your walls and ceiling than paint them a solid color.  Wallpaper You may have considered this option but decided against it if you feel like wallpaper is a tedious endeavor.
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