The interior design world is full of imitators and knock offs, but this is not the only similarity to the world of fashion, as the two sectors are surprisingly alike when one examines them side by side.
Unique properties listed across the United States make an impact on the local community.
It's not a surprise - homeowners love the look of hardwood. The materials has been steadily growing in popularity for years now.
Have you ever wondered what was behind the closed doors of some of the priciest pads in New York?
While the younger crowd and renters may prefer to hop from one location to another in order to upgrade their living situation, more established people are beginning to prefer significant renovations and retrofits to moving their family from place to place.
As the name suggests, a mudroom is a place in a home where mud and dirt gets taken care of before people track those materials throughout the rest of a home.
How often are you left redesigning a room because unsightly radiators or baseboard heating units are taking up space? It's an all too common problem in many homes across America.
When it comes to renovating a house, sometimes homeowners have specific ideas they have dreamed about for years or real estate trends dictate certain choices to maintain the value of a property.
The bathroom has become one of the main areas that both homeowners and designers have focused on in recent years, as this spot in a residence has become increasingly important to family members and the real estate industry has done its best to keep up with the growing demand.
Homeowners looking to add more usable space to their home may want to consider looking into a basement renovation.