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Three Ways to Show Your Home Some TLC with Your Tax Refund

Show your home some appreciation with these fix-ups and upgrades by investing your tax refund into your home.
This past year has transformed almost every American home into an undeniable multifunctional home, with living rooms being turned into day-care centers, kitchens into baking studios, and bedrooms to corporate offices.
From city apartments to smaller buildings in the suburbs, regardless of where you live, your house has most likely gotten some well-deserved appreciation since 2019. I’m sure you’ll agree that after this past year, your loyal shelter (your home) could use a ton of pampering.
If you’…

This Refurbished 1926 Tudor Beams with Neutral Colors and Warm Textures

An array of natural fibers and textures enhance this home’s neutral scheme.
Tudor homes, like their moody monarch namesakes, are not particularly popular for being lively and cheery. This is why when Danny and Stephanie Agne bought their 1926 home in Kansas City, Missouri, they already knew that they would keep its sturdy details (lead-glass windows, iron scrollwork) and get rid of its attractive qualities (closed-off spaces, and numerous dark stains).
Stephanie, the owner of Golden & Pine…

How to Make the Perfect Faux Cherry Blossom Wreath for Spring

A couple of supplies from your local crafts store is all you need to make this durable spring wreath.
Each year, tons of pink cherry blossom trees bloom in Washington, D.C., and tourists from all around visit to check out the spring flowers.
In this guide, we’re going to help you create this spring wreath with artificial florals and an affordable grapevine wreath form. For this design, we used two kinds of faux cherry blossom stems to …

This Small Condo Exchanges Square Footage for a Sizeable Yard Space and Coast Proximity

A family in California left a more spacious home to give a small condo close to the coast a modern makeover.
The Moysa family (Geoff, Bri, Greyson, 12, Emerson, 9, and their dog Chopper) live in a two-bedroom 1,000-square-foot condo with one bathroom, and we can’t blame them. According to Bri, an interior stylist as well as content creator for Emerson Grey Designs, living in Southern California is super expensive, and the condo is what their budget can handle.

Cherry Colors and Restored Rescues Transform This 1920s New Jersey from Ordinary to Exceptional

Setting up an arrangement of bright colors in all the rooms transformed this home in New Jersey into a golden treasure. The most exciting part? Almost half of the furniture pieces are restored.
Virginia Toledo may have lived in Brooklyn for most of her life, but when the time came to decorate her home, she drew her inspiration from further away – South Carolina. She said that when she thinks of her home, she imagines sitting on a …