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How To Choose Window Shutters

How To Choose Window Shutters

Window shutters are one of the things on my wishlist and I’ve been considering them for quite a while now. For those of you who have read my previous posts about my living room window dilemma, I’ve still done absolutely nothing about it. The vertical blinds are still there and annoy me on a daily basis. But I just don’t know if shutters would work in that room and even if they would I’m confused by how to choose window shutters. There are a few different type...

Trend focus: reeded glass and all things fluted

Trend focus: reeded glass and all things fluted

As January is all about new stuff – from trends and trade shows – I thought it might be interesting to focus on some of the things that are coming into store and also to show you how the ideas are being incorporated into real homes. Today let’s look at reeded glass. This is one of those stealth trends that started off in a few kitchen cupboards and has spread into the living room onto the walls and just about anywhere you and think of. It’s not even just glass anymore a...

Ductless AC Buying Guide

Ductless AC Buying Guide

Ductless air conditioning units are a great alternative to installing new ductwork in older homes, which can cost upwards of $5,000 for larger homes. While ductless AC units are more costly compared to central cooling systems, they are an effective way of saving on home’s energy costs, as they can be installed in specific areas.  What Is a Ductless AC? Conventional HVAC systems normally have indoor and outdoor units. The unit works through an outdoor cabinet, which is rega...

4 Things Every Apartment Needs to Host a Perfect Night In with Friends

4 Things Every Apartment Needs to Host a Perfect Night In with Friends

We design our homes to be peaceful havens where we can relax and unwind. And lately, we’ve been making a more conscious effort to unplug from our devices, step back from our screens, and spend time offline. But if we’re being honest, even when we’re offline, we’re still pretty connected. When we set down our phones, we turn on Netflix; when we cook dinner, we ask Alexa to recite the next recipe step. While our vision of a perfect night in feels low-fi, it&rsq...