11 February 2016
If you've completed a big project, such as making curtains or a piece of clothing, and still have fabric leftover, you can put it to good use. No matter what size or shape the fabric scrap is, you'll be able to transform it into a one-of-a-kind item. Even if you aren't sure what to do with leftover fabric right away, save it for when craft inspiration strikes.
Leftover Fabric Craft Ideas:
3 Economical Ways To Improve Your Window Insulation During Winter
18 January 2016
Keeping your windows tightly sealed is essential to keeping out cold drafts out of your home during winter. Any cracks or gaps in the windows could allow precious heated air to escape, raising your energy bill substantially.
If you have old, drafty windows, consider replacing them with new ones that are more energy efficient. However, if your budget only includes improving what you have other than purchasing new window replacements, read on for simple tricks that could help you insulate your windows this winter.
Giving Your Bedroom A Makeover: Simple Ideas For You
22 December 2015
When you get home in the evening and head to your bedroom to relax and unwind, the last thing you want is to be bored or unsatisfied with the way your room looks. Maybe you have outgrown your current decor or maybe you just never got to design the room the way you wanted it in the first place. Whatever the case may be, there are some simple yet highly effective ways that you can give your bedroom a little makeover without having to revamp and change absolutely everything.
Tips For Hanging Curtains In Your Home
27 November 2015
Hanging curtains in your home is fairly simple. You just drill a few holes and add a curtain rod, right? It can be this simple, or you can add other decorative elements to hang your curtains to give them some more appeal and maybe even make your curtains look a little more expensive. See below for some helpful tips on how to hang your curtains.
Curtain Rod Placement
When hanging curtain rods, be sure to hang them at least six inches higher than the window casing and extend your curtains so they are three to four inches wider than the outside of the window casing.