A driveway is just a driveway — not high on the list of fun things on which homeowners can spend their home improvement dollars.
Spring and summer are prime time to bring fresh air and floral scents into the home, but colder months have their own blend of comforting fragrances — and you don’t need store-bought air fresheners to enjoy them.
What do you do with a pumpkin? Of course, you can carve a jack-o’-lantern with that familiar smiling face. You can also make a pumpkin pie with a custardy filling and flaky crust. But what else?
The gallery wall has come home. Again. Or perhaps it never left. After all, memories are worth keeping and stories are worth telling. And the gallery wall does just that. It's a story board, a memory keeper and, at the same time, so decorative. But, as everything else worthwhile, it does tak…
Looking for something old that will be new to your outdoor living area? Something that is decorative and yet practical? And did we mention fun? If so, it's time to add a rain chain to your porch or patio.
To the casual gardener, a seed may simply be the means to a tasty homegrown salad or a pretty flower in the landscape.
Rub-A-Dub-Dub, there goes the tub, it seems. We're too busy these days to soak for hours, say area remodelers and designers, so the bathtub is going the way of record players and letter writing.
Despite all the heat and humidity lately, the past few days have a definite hint of fall in the air. Farmers are harvesting corn and roadside stands are replacing watermelons, peaches and tomatoes with pumpkins, squash and apples.
Pouring rain, freezing and melting snow, 90-degree temperatures AND below-freezing temperatures take a toll on your sidewalk. Exposed to the elements, sidewalks get a beating and eventually need repairs, and sometimes they need to be replaced.
Outdoor lighting should not be the last thing on your home improvement list. Whether you are focusing on safety, appearance or ambiance, move updating your outdoor lighting higher on your must-do list for fall.
If you're a parent, or a grandparent, chances are you have lots of art projects sitting around your house. Your little Picasso loves to create — and you love to encourage them — but what do you do with all their masterpieces?
As the temperature falls outside, nothing beats coming home to a warm, cozy room. There are quick and easy ways to transform your living space into a comforting retreat — and you don't have to be a professional interior designer to do it, experts say.
Developed over 3,000 years ago, feng shui is the ancient Chinese art and science of designing your surroundings in a way that is believed to bring balance, comfort and harmony into your environment.