When it comes to feathering our nests, decisions abound. While major elements might take the front seat, it’s important to tend to the smaller details, which can make or break a design story.
If HGTV has the biggest presence on your television, and Chip and Joanna Gaines are your inspiration, then a DIY home makeover may be in your future.
Summer is a popular season for home improvement projects, and while it’s easy to find yourself undergoing costly time-consuming projects, sometimes just changing fundamental aspects of a room can make a huge difference not only in the look and feel of a room but also its terms of function.
The world-renowned authority on color, Pantone, has chosen its new color of the year: Greenery 15-0343. The light yellow-green color represents the brightness of nature and the fruitfulness of new beginnings.
They say the only constant is change, and that certainly applies to homes. You may have renovated before, but the fact remains that some aspect or other of your home has likely fallen out of style.
Fall and winter can be the perfect time to buckle down on home improvement projects, especially if you are planning on selling your home in the spring.
Maple Grove homeowners Dave and Cindy Rotter have a history of keeping their house up to date with the decorating trends. “We’ve redone the whole house, in sessions,” Cindy says.
Warmer weather is on the horizon, and that means spring cleaning is almost upon us.
When Andrew Walker signed up for the Minnesota Air National Guard in 2006, he could not have imagined what lay ahead.
Drones have been in the news for years. They are an integral element of modern warfare and are now being used for everything from agriculture to aerial footage in filmmaking, search and rescue missions to humanitarian aid.
We’ll soon be able to stow away the snow blower and think about sharpening the lawn mower blades. That also means our homes may need some extra attention.