Designing a home isn’t just about choosing home furnishings; it’s also about you. You may have a passion for art. How do you incorporate that into your design? Selecting items for your home is a very personal activity.
In recent years, lighting has shifted from a design afterthought to the jewelry of a home, a piece of illuminated art. But there is one detail more important than the style, the finish, or the size ― the lightbulbs!
Why not create a lighter and brighter home interior to help you through the gloomy months? Get inspired with some guidance provided by Mary Liz Curtin, co-owner of Leon & Lulu, a roller rink-turned-shopping-destination in Clawson.
Every day, we learn new ways to protect our environment by recycling, composting, and reducing emissions. The appliance industry has stepped up to the task and is letting us know that they are working hard to achieve their sustainable goals now and into the future.
Sprucing up our abodes is a time-honored favorite pastime for Americans. According to a recent US Census Bureau housing study, we spent $522 billion on home improvement between 2017 and 2019, an increase of $72 billion over the two previous years. And we don’t seem to be slowing down.
If you want to introduce a 5-star restaurant-style appliance into your home, the French door oven is a great way to do it. These super stylish, professionally designed ovens bring phenomenal cooking power to your kitchen. This oven style offers a walk-up experience where you can open both doors with one hand and still hold the cookie sheet with the other.
Raise your hand if you love the warm, impressive detail of exposed trusses or rough-hewn beams! If your house does not already feature this architectural detail, you may easily and affordably add it to just about any room in your home.
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