If you have a door or entryway that features a window, you may be concerned about your home’s privacy and security. Untreated windows are an opportunity for someone to take an unannounced peek into your personal space. This could put your property at risk for crime or intruders. So what are your options when it comes to adding window treatments to the entryways in your home?
It is never to early to be ahead of the curve. Interior designers are always trying to create unique spaces that make their clients feel truly at home. With 2019 fastly approaching, let’s take a look at seven of the biggest interior design/decor trends that will be taking the industry by storm and how you can integrate the trends within your own home.
If you haven’t thought about decorating your home for the holidays yet, now is the time to get started. With Christmas just around the corner, many people are looking for creative and trendy ideas for decorating their homes and entertaining guests. What was hot in Christmas décor for 2017 may not be in style this year. Here are five of the top 2018 holiday decor trends, along with some other ideas and considerations.
This Transformation Tuesday, we’re going to check out some beautiful transformations from the month of November. The hustle and bustle of the holiday season is coming, and everyone knows what they bring with them. With everyone settling down from the chaotic shopping weekend, what better way is there to relax than to see some satisfyingly beautiful door transformations. These families have prepared their homes to surprise party guests with their new door transformations. Let’s take a look at some of our favorites over the past month of November.
Blinds are a highly convenient addition to many homes. They allow you to let the sun into your home or take a look outside whenever you like, but they’ll also come down to prevent others from seeing in or to help reduce the impact of the sun on your home. Opting for blinds between glass, on the other hand, can add increased convenience to your home decor.
The 4th of July is quickly sneaking up on us, and that means it is time to do some new decorating around your home! The perfect patriotic home decor for this time of year is obviously stars and stripes. They are a simplistic, yet elegant design and will spruce up your home for the holiday.
Need some stars and stripes ideas that will bring life to your living spaces? Here is a list of some great products that are sure to bring some life to your home this 4th of July.
When it comes to home decor, there are a lot of different trends that can inspire a homeowner to take action in making a positive change to their habitat. We believe that the integration of the Star has made the list. ✪
The Texas Star is a popular design element used in home decor. There’s something about the symmetry and uniqueness to the geometric shape that creates a great focal point, especially when used in decorative glass. We wanted to highlight this trend and show off some great entryway enhancements that took advantage of the star that has grown so popular across the country (especially in Texas).
For this week’s Transformation Tuesday, checkout these door transformations using Elegant Star decorative glass.
Home design and decor trends are always evolving and changing just like fashion and food trends. While wrought iron is considered timeless, it’s rise in popularity recently can be seen throughout home decor to achieve multiple styles. Wrought iron can provide a beautiful and traditional old world feel; a clean, modern finish; or even a warm, inviting country style. The processes for making wrought iron were devised during the Industrial Revolution and it’s a great material to work with because it gets stronger the more you heat and shape it.
Spring is a great time of year to undertake home improvement projects. Something about spring weather inspires homeowners to let in the light, shake off the cobwebs, and tackle projects that have been delayed or neglected due to bad winter weather or the busy holiday season. While summer may still seem a distant future, it’s a great time to start preparing your home for summer living. In the season of warm weather, barbecues, and outdoor living, your indoor/outdoor traffic will increase, and warm weather can also bring unwanted heat into your home. Take some time this spring to get the most out of summer with these home improvement projects: