Questions You Might Want Answered Before Having Storm Shutters Installed

Hurricane season is quickly approaching and one of your biggest fears may be that the windows in your house might break in a strong wind. Broken windows let in wind and rain, and even the glass can be a pain to clean up. Luckily, storm shutters are a product that can go a long way towards protecting your windows when those gale-force winds roll in. However, you might have a few questions you want to have answered before you have those storm shutters installed. [Read More]

How To Care For A Natural Stone Fireplace

If you want to give your living room or master bedroom a warm, welcoming feel, a natural stone fireplace is an easy way to do it. Not only do stone fireplaces look aesthetically pleasing, but they also come in handy on cold winter days and nights.  Natural stone fireplaces can give spaces a rustic look, which is ideal for rooms with neutral colors, casual furniture, and nature-inspired decor pieces. If you prefer a more polished appeal, choose a fireplace made of smooth. [Read More]

How To Create A Memory Quilt And Keep A Written Record Of It Too

Memory quilts are a very old way of telling the history of one's family. They are comprised of bits of fabric that come from things people wore or cloth items that held special significance for each member of the family. Over the years, new pieces of fabric are added to the quilt to tell another part of the story of one's family. If you also want more than just a verbal history of the family's memory quilt, you create a diary to go with it. [Read More]

The Ultimate Guide When Choosing New Window Treatments For Your Home's Interior

If you're looking for a great way to make over your home's interior and also block natural sunlight, getting new window treatments is a great idea. There are so many options for homeowners today. To help with this selection, look over this guide. Ensure a Proper Fit  It won't matter what window treatments you select if you don't get the sizing down perfectly. Even just a couple of inches off will result in installation issues. [Read More]