QUICK WAYS TO GET YOUR OUTDOOR AREAS READY TO ROLL!
We are all hoping that the worst of the nasty weather is over. Mother Nature has poked her head out a few days with a smile on her face. We’ve had enough warm, sunny days to notice one thing….our patios are yucky! May is always a big month for occasions. Graduations, Mother’s Day and birthdays galore. Lot’s of guys can’t wait to get out the pressure washers to blow away the winter and set up the most important thing. The grill.
ANOTHER LOOK AT WHAT MINIMALISM DECOR LOOKS LIKE
Converted warehouses and commercial buildings are another type of building where a minimal decor works very well. These structures are loaded with architectural details and have an abundance of light from oversize windows. The developers of these conversions do all they can to preserve as many of the original finishes as possible. What is appealing to so many, however, can be daunting when thinking about creating a comfortable lifestyle….even for the most seasoned minimalist. Designers, like me, love the possibilities!
ANOTHER LOOK AT WHAT A MINIMALISM DECOR LOOKS LIKE
Continuing with another example of how minimalism in decor looks and functions, is a 1751′ condo that started out as a basic builder grade, new build. Not unlike other areas in the country, communities are emerging everywhere that offer limited floorpans and selections. If you view the concept of having “less” as minimalism, these homes qualify because they really have “nothing” in terms of architectural features. Wasn’t that one of our must haves for making minimalism work? Yes it was.
THE BEST 5 WAYS TO APPROACH LESS IS MORE DECOR
We’ve all had several years of being heavily introduced to the concept of minimalism. It’s hard to troll the internet, read a magazine, or even watch some of the HGTV shows without hearing the word tossed around. As always, when a new idea comes up, there are people who have written “how to” books on the subject. Nearly everyone thinks they “need this” in their lives now. But what exactly is it…and can we really do it?
HOW TO PREVENT BUYERS REMORSE WHEN PURCHASING FURNISHINGS
Did you buy that “cheaper” sofa, that just isn’t right or is falling apart? The one you are now trying to “fix” with throw pillows. The one that requires you to have the condescending warranty guy on speed dial to keep patching it back together? Sorry to be so harsh…but we have to get your attention. We hate to see this happen and it does, over and over again.
A POCKET FULL OF POSIES JUST IN TIME FOR EASTER
THIS IS WHAT TIMELESS ARCHITECTURE AND DECOR LOOKS LIKE
You know where these houses gather. You know the kind of neighborhoods we are talking about. Tree lined streets artistically lit at dawn and dusk, mature and manicured lawns that fill the air with new grass aroma. Homes with flagstone walkways and entries with just the right amount of moss. Dogwoods and azaleas so perfect in the spring they look like paintings. These are the neighborhoods of more than one generation. These are the homes we want to peak inside.
Some homes just feel like they belong in the summer.
5 THINGS TO CONSIDER IN WAREHOUSE LOFT LIVING
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Living in a converted warehouse loft apartment is a dream for a lot of us. For many it becomes a reality. There is an excitement about living in a historic space that has been “saved” and repurposed. Exposed brick, still with markings of where old machinery might have been placed; concrete floors with cracks, chips and holes from years of feet working on them; huge windows and shiny new exposed HVAC; all these elements are so appealing they suck us right into a lease or a purchase at “Hello”.
A BETTER WAY TO USE A WIRE SHELVED PANTRY
There is one constant item in ALL Florida vacation homes that isn’t very attractive or user friendly. It’s that coated white shelving! Every builder uses it. I know this is why places like Lowe’s and Home Depot stay in business. IT IS UGLY. In Florida after about one week, it get’s a sticky residue that is like pulling gum off your shoe for anything sitting on it. In other climates it gets “hairy”. So what does this have to do with cream…..