3 Simple Tips for De-cluttering and Organizing Your Home

If you feel as if your home is always drowning in stuff, you may not want to start shopping around for a bigger house or apartment just yet. De-cluttering and organising your home can make even the smallest space more workable and usable and make it easier to find something you need at a moment's notice. Consider some simple tips for doing this. Choose just one memento If your home is full of mementos from your childhood, past vacations and other special events, pare these items down to photos and then just one memento. [Read More]

Bathrooms Designs: Tips to Restyling Without Remodeling

If you find that you do not enjoy spending time in your bathroom, chances are it is not inducing feelings of relaxation. To counter this you should consider changing the design of your bathroom from utilitarian to functional comfort. This, however, does not mean having to embark on a large-scale remodelling project to give your bathroom a proper makeover. If you are on a limited budget, you could consider the following tips to restyling your bathroom design without remodelling. [Read More]

The Pros and Cons of Various Types of Residential Water Heaters

Before you buy a new water heater for your home, you might want to think about the various options available. Some choices are more energy efficient than others, while others may be better for your family and your water usage and needs. Note a few pros and cons of various types of hot water systems so you can determine the best choice for your home and will be happy with your water heater for years to come. [Read More]

Options for Opening and Shutting Window Treatments

If you have hard to reach windows, such as very high windows or windows that sit behind large house features, it can be challenging to find window treatments that suit your windows and allow you to get privacy and restrict light.  Here are some of your opening and closing options.  Use a remote controlled rod  There is a range of new products on the market that has small devices which sit around the curtain rod and loop onto the edge of the curtains. [Read More]