Done With Drapes: When Everything You See Is Drab And Dull, Custom Drapes Help

Posted on: 9 December 2018

Everywhere you go, every drape cloth sample you look at makes you sigh. It just is not what you want or what you are looking for. Before you go home and rip down every drape in your home and decide to throw them on the fire, stop. There are custom drapes out there, and there are custom drape shops. The best part is, you can bring the shop whatever fabric you like most, and they will design drapes around that fabric.
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Have More Shoes Than Imelda Marcos Or More Shorts Than Richard Simmons? Storage Solutions

Posted on: 10 April 2018

Humans love to collect stuff. It causes the pleasure centers in the human brain to light up like fireworks every time you get something new to add to your collection. No truer or more obvious proof is found than in those folks who collect clothes, shoes, and/or accessories. If you want examples, there is Imelda Marcos, former first lady of the Philippines, who horded expensive designer shoes by the thousands, or the four hundred pairs of Dolfin shorts purportedly owned by Richard Simmons.
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Been In Your Home For Awhile? Why You Need New Countertops

Posted on: 2 January 2018

If you've been living in your house for some time, you might be thinking that it's time to spruce things up a bit. You love and your home and aren't quite ready to move just yet. Because you're going to be in the house for awhile, you need to make some changes that can make things more appealing. Getting new countertops is a good place to start, especially if you're someone who loves to spend time in the kitchen.
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Hiring A Staging Service To Get Your House Ready To Sell

Posted on: 21 February 2017

When you are selling a house, getting it ready for an open house or a photoshoot is important. The house needs to look great and feel inviting to people that are coming to see it or view the images of it. If you are not living in the house, staging the home is particularly important because an empty home is not nearly as appealing to people as one that looks lived in.
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