The Stockings Were Hung: Festive Ways To Use Christmas Stockings All Through The House

8 January 2019
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

When you think of Christmas stockings, you probably envision colorful stockings hanging from the mantel and a fire crackling in the fireplace. However, needlepoint Christmas stockings can be used in any room of the house to creative a festive holiday look. From the kitchen to the bedroom, stockings will make your holiday home merry and bright. Stockings in the kitchen Fill a Christmas stocking with wooden spoons, forks, and spatulas. Make sure to place the utensils in the stocking with the handles down so the utensils are sticking out the top of the stocking. Read More 

Copper Sink Patinas: Care And Consideration

29 November 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Copper develops a patina with use. In the case of copper pots and pans, the patina can make the pan look fairly dirty because of the uneven coloration of the patina, and removing the patina is standard. However, the situation is different for copper sinks. These often end up with a dark brown patina that is often more uniform in appearance and that serves as a protective layer; this is a patina that you want to have. Read More 

Unsure About The Condition Of Worn Fencing? 3 Reasons To Get Help From A Contractor

5 September 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If your home has fencing that's seen better days, you've likely begun thinking about what can be done to get fencing that's in great condition again. If the fencing is in poor shape due to years of wear and tear, you'll want to look into what can be salvaged and what parts of the fencing will need to be replaced altogether. Instead of trying to do all the work on your own, consider the following reasons that a professional fencing company should be relied on instead. Read More 

Is A Small Kitchen Cramping Your Cooking Style? Custom Cabinetry To The Rescue!

25 July 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Small kitchens are the bane of the serious cook who loves nothing more than experimenting with new flavors, recipes, and cooking trends. Unfortunately, many cooking enthusiasts live in homes that seemed perfect when they were purchased but quickly proved to suffer from shrinking kitchen syndrome, once the boxes of cookbooks, small appliances, and cookware were unpacked.  While purchasing a larger home is certainly one option worth considering, cooks who don't want to move can make some custom cabinetry changes that will make better use of their current space and allow them to truly enjoy their kitchens. Read More 

Is Mold In Your Home A Serious Health Concern?

27 April 2018
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Mold in your home is unsightly, a sign of neglect and decay. It will also damage your household goods such as clothing, books, furniture, and your home's walls and ceiling. Above all, mold can make you and your family sick. Should you be concerned? Worsens Allergies If you already have respiratory problems such as asthma and allergies, mold will make the condition worse. The result will be skin and eye irritation, sneezing and coughing. Read More