Should you worry about basement windows when it comes to window dressings and shutter? It’s a great question. Depending on your use of the space, you may not find it necessary to add extra material to your basement windows. But in reality, decorating your basement windows could enhance your space in a variety of ways. That is, of course, as long as you follow the below 4 tips.Details
There’s one crazy, fun kitchen theme that has been around for decades. Sometimes it’s wildly popular, at other times it’s only for die-hard fans, but it never disappears completely. We’re talking about the perennially popular rooster and friends. Yes, friends, because once you’ve added a rooster you’ll need some hens and chicks so that your little ‘kitchen chicken’ family is complete.
Of course, once you’ve got chickens in your kitchen, you just might find that a cow (or three!) have moved in, too. And then the pig salt & pepper shakers show up and it’s official. You have a farmhouse kitchen!
We’re not saying that’s a bad thing, either. After all, there’s a reason kitchen ‘livestock’ have been popular for so long. They evoke the warm, slower-paced, family friendly feeling of a farm even in the hustle and bustle of a city. Just like an old-fashioned farmhouse sink and bead board wainscoting, your kitchen livestock will tell the world that your kitchen is a cozy, unpretentious place to gather with family and friends.Details
Windows come in all shapes and sizes these days, and coming up with inventive ways to enhance them that works with both windows and decor can be quite a challenge. Looking at a few of the newest trends in window treatments can both inform and inspire you …Details
Bay Windows have been around since medieval times. The fact that they’re still widely used today speaks volumes about both their beauty and the effectiveness! They provide expanded views, increase natural light to interiors, and add to the architectural beauty of both private homes and commercial buildings. They also have an uncanny ability to make interiors seem larger than they really are. There are two basic types of bay windows — oriel and canted. An oriel bay window is supported by corbels or brackets, while a canted bay window has a flat front and angled sides. Let’s learn a little more about bay windows and what you can do with yours in your home!Details
Shutters are window treatments that are more than just decoration. There are a variety of window treatment options. Shutters in your home enhance your windows in a more permanent way. They come in a variety of materials, add value to your home, and have customizable features you will find pleasing and perfect for your room lighting and covering needs. The safety, durability, and look of shutters cannot be beaten. Find the perfect option for your windows to love.Details