Bathroom Makeovers: 4 Tips for a Classier Bathroom

Even though it’s often the smallest room in the house, the bathroom is a key element to any home. A classy guest bathroom can give you the air of a high-class host. A luxurious master bathroom can be a great place to relax as well. For these and other reasons, this room can sometimes be the most expensive one to remodel.

Fortunately, there are ways to lessen the financial blow of upgrading one of these important rooms. Remember that the key to a successful project is to start early. It also helps to make a detailed plan with a budget that you can comfortably work with. This will help keep it less expensive than some other types of home renovation. Here are a few tips for a classy guest bathroom renovation project. 

Plenty of Seating

When people think of a bathroom, they don’t often think of having extra seating. While this luxury doesn’t make sense for every bathroom, it can add a touch of elegance to some. A comfortable chair at a vanity, for example, can make doing your hair or make-up a more comfortable experience. Having a plush window seat can also be nice. This allows you to enjoy the morning or evening view while performing your beauty routines is also an option.

Even if you don’t use the extra seats, having comfortable chairs in your bathroom will make it feel luxurious.  You could even consider adding a comfortable stool next to the tub. This provides a place to sit while you’re soaking your feet, painting your toenails, or drawing a bath. Added seating will also be a benefit while you’re remodeling because you’ll have somewhere to sit. It’s important to note that seating should only be added if your bathroom is large enough to accommodate it, as you don’t want the room to feel cramped.

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5 Ways to Support a Disabled Loved One in Your Home


Disabilities aren’t always life-long. A person can become disabled over the course of their lifetime, whether it is due to an accident, a degenerative condition, or a variety of other causes. When you step in as a family caregiver, you have to adapt your own life and home to help support your disabled loved one. Doing so can be difficult and confusing at first, so let’s look at five different ways you can support your disabled loved one in your home environment.

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4 Tips to Help Choose the Best Swimming Pool for Your Property

Guest post contributed by Diana Smith


One of the most common misconceptions regarding the installation of the pool in your backyard is that the money is the greatest obstacle in your way. This, however, doesn’t necessarily need to be so. Sure, if you wanted to have a massive pool with an artistic mural at the bottom and all sorts of expensive accessories like a heat pump, chemicals tank and underwater light it would cost you a small fortune.
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7 Home Office Design Tips

Guest post contributed by Tony Solomon

One of the perks of having a home office is that you get to decorate it the way you want. Whether it is to create a cozy atmosphere or a professional work environment, or maybe a creative space for brainstorming. There are no limitations as to how you define this space. It should reflect your own image or brand, but ultimately be a place where you feel comfortable and most productive. Without further ado, here are seven tips on how to design your own home office.
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7 Cleaning Hacks For a Cleaner and Healthier Home

Guest post contributed by Julia Writer

Sometimes we do so much to decorate our homes but fail to maintain the charm by not cleaning everything properly. Not knowing the right home cleaning hacks can be the reason for finding home cleaning difficult. Following are some amazing cleaning hacks you should apply in your home from now on:
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How to Protect Your Home While You Are Away

The warmer weather is quickly approaching and that can only mean one thing…vacation time! While you are out relaxing and having fun, you’ll want to make sure your home is safe and secure while you are gone. Here are some great tips to help you protect your home while you are away.
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Find Your Space: 4 Signs It’s Time To Tear Your Home Down And Start Over

When you first bought your home, it may have had enough space and the right layout to fit your needs. However, over time, you may discover that it is cramped or otherwise no longer suited to your lifestyle. What are some of the key signs that it is time to tear your house down and start over from scratch?

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Design from Dreams: Style & Zen Carpet Diem

“An interior is the natural projection of the soul.” – Coco Chanel

Our environment can have a strong impact on how we feel. Depending on how we’ve mastered our interior design, our home can either empower us or bring us down – and nobody wants the latter option. This is the reason why we often turn to Feng Shui. When we think about applying this approach, we usually have in mind big things, such as beds, pipes and furniture arrangement. However, some seemingly small and insignificant items, like rugs, can also make a huge impact on the interior’s Chi (positive energy). So, let us see how you can use rugs to optimize energy and introduce harmony into your home.

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