When it comes to choosing an interior decor scheme for your home, there are countless places to draw inspiration from.
Throughout history, people have often adopted a “more is more” mindset when it comes to interior design.
A small appliance always looks great when it’s on display at a store or on Amazon. Gleaming, enticing, perfect. You just can’t wait to take it home or have it arrive on your doorstep.
There is nothing quite like a hot shower and a fresh towel.
Homesteaders have historically been considered a relatively fringe group, but with the growing public interest in sustainable living and responsible consumption, the laid back homestead is becoming the new American dream.
Imagine: it’s five-thirty on a wintry Friday evening. You just got off work and you’re heading to a friend’s apartment where she’s invited you over for a drink before a dinner party.
Balancing work, family and home life is stressful.
Most of the time, being an apartment-dweller means you have limited space.
As the days become warmer and you prepare to start gardening, you may find yourself purchasing soil to add to your plot or raised bed.
If asked, any of us could rattle off a laundry list of simple pleasures we once took for granted — now luxuries of the recent past, casualties of the Coronavirus quarantine.