Consumers are often looking for the best bang for their buck, and in today's economy, this concern is more widespread than ever.
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.
The use of certain products within more conservative design sectors may take time to become a trend, but once it does, these materials can take off and become an industry norm in no time.
Designing a bathroom is often something that homeowners like to avoid as long as possible, as this process can be extensive and expensive. However, if done right, this room can become the most comfortable place within a residence.
Senior living can differ greatly from the lifestyles enjoyed by people who are much younger, and the real estate industry is beginning to tailored residences to this older crowd in order to increase comfort for these individuals.
The coming of spring has led many homeowners to redesign their residences and add new materials to help accommodate the warmer months.
A new hardwood floor is something that can influence the way that a home appears, as guests will often notice the type of covering that is used immediately after walking into a residence.
Carlisle Wide Plank Floors, a luxury flooring brand, has expanded its reach in the U.S. as it recently opened a showroom in Chicago, Illinois, to demonstrate the aesthetic value and practical nature of its new products.
The owner of a tile and stone store in Wyckoff, New Jersey, spoke to North Jersey Homes about the potential negative effects of poor installation of a radiant heating system and how it can ruin a floor.
Homeowners today are increasingly interested in maximizing the use of green design and sustainable products throughout their residence, as the market for energy efficient upgrades to a home is expanding.