If you’ve been shopping for window treatments lately, you know how expensive they can be. Wood blinds, silhouettes. silk draperies, etc., while functional, attractive and long lasting, can set you back a few thousand dollars. If that kind of money just isn’t readily available, or if you’d rather put your money into something else, what other alternatives exist? LOTS! That’s the great thing about window treatments!
Some of the most welcoming rooms I’ve ever seen were put together on a low budget. Let’s face it, anyone with deep pockets can have a ‘decorated’ room that is put together, tastefully done and beautiful. There are tons of interior designers that make their living helping people achieve their decorating vision. And there is absolutely nothing wrong with that. But if you want the satisfaction of
Ahhhhh…kitchens. The room we all have a love/hate relationship with. Maybe we hate to cook, but love to eat…or we love to cook, but hate to clean. Any which way you cut it, it’s always front and center in our lives and in our houses and deserves some special consideration. Kitchens are such public places, and yet at the same time they’re very personal and
Let’s talk about them decorating. That is, taking an idea or something you love and creating either a room or an entire house around it. Many children’s rooms can be found to be decorated in this way. A little boy may have a race car theme or sports theme. A little girl may have a castle mural on her wall, creating a lovely fantasy environment. At