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December 28, 2016

The Migratory Processes of Snowbirds: Where They Come From and End Up

Have you ever thought of traveling south for the winter? Learn more about the migration of snowbirds: where they come from and where they are headed.
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December 28, 2016

8 Thoughtful Housewarming Gifts for the New Year

Do you know someone ringing in the new year in a big way with a new home? Help them celebrate the year with one of these 8 thoughtful housewarming gifts.
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December 27, 2016

Furniture Style Guide

There’s a dazzling array of different furniture styles on the market, creating serious headaches for anyone trying to coordinate pieces or even just make sense of descriptions. The choices can be overwhelming, particularly for a young family just starting out. You want to make smart selections that will endure and possibly stay with your family for many decades to come, but it can be difficult to know what the future will hold and what your tastes may evolve into over time. While it can be difficult getting started, don’t be too afraid to take chances and embrace a furniture style you think you’ll enjoy. This article will lay out popular furniture styles, what those [...]

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December 26, 2016

Year-End Checklist: Everything You Need to Know to Keep Your Home Safe

Your home may be the most dangerous environment you spend time in during any given week. This winter make it just a bit safer with this year-end checklist.
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December 23, 2016

Ideas for Transitional Winter Decorating

It’s that time again. You know, when the Christmas lights come down and the trees are put away and the halls aren’t as decked as they once were. It all feels a little empty and forlorn. This year, why not add a little winter decorating to your décor to ease the house into spring. Need some inspiration and ideas? Here are a few tips on transitional winter decorating to get you started.

Look for the winter in Christmas

Many elements of Christmas décor double as winter décor as well. For example, snowflakes, winter branch trees, white lights, village houses and winter greenery work just as well in January and February as December. Take a second look at your Christmas décor and [...]

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December 23, 2016

Holiday Merriment: Winter DIY Tips for the New Year

Are you ready to give your home a little TLC this holiday season? Gift your home with these smart and practical DIY upgrades you won’t want to miss.
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December 21, 2016

Tips for Hanging Art in Your Home

Many would say that a home without some art, some personalization and some individuality is not truly a home, but rather just a house. Art has the ability to customize where you live, to reflect what is important to you and your family, and to create a specific mood or tone to your living spaces. However, arranging wall art can be one of the trickier things about decorating your home. Even if the pieces all look amazing and tie in well with each other and the space, hanging them incorrectly can overwhelm a space, drawing the wrong kind of attention. A problem that plagues many homes is art hung much too high, whether to the point where most people have to crane their necks to see [...]

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December 21, 2016

Lighten Up: Counter Short Winter Days With These Bright Interior Tips

Do winter days have you feeling gloomy and waiting for spring? Lighten up and bring warmth to your home with these transformative, bright interior tips.
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