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.Details
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.Details
Holiday season rapidly approacheth, and everyone is seriously busy thinking of the perfect gifts to give the special people in their lives. Nothing may be harder than choosing what to get someone who likes to do everything themselves, such as the typical DIY enthusiast. Known as DIYers, these folks are especially ambitious, resourceful, and industrious, and as a result, knowing what to give as gifts to these folks is somewhat of a mystery no matter how well you know them.
We would love to give you a foolproof gift guide to work from, however, we can offer you a selection of great gifts that many DIYers would definitely cherish.Details
Your home should be your ultimate refuge away from peeping neighbors, loud traffic, and the overall hustle and bustle of the outside world. If you’re feeling your home is lacking privacy, it’s time to make some upgrades! No matter where you live or what your budget is like, we’ve got some great home improvement projects that will give you greater peace of mind and the privacy you crave. Let’s explore some terrific options.Details
If you love the idea of fresh air coming in through your front door or patio doors, but you don’t love the idea of a wide-open door and all the bugs that come along with, you may want to think about a retractable screen.
They’re simple to install, neat and elegant looking, and made to be long-lasting and durable. A Brisa single door retractable screen instantly transforms your room by letting in fresh air and sunshine. The best part? It’s an easy, fun DIY project that will probably take you 30 minutes or less. Here’s how to get started.Details
Your home’s front entrance is the one that guests enter through and you want it to look its best. You’ve planted an array of beautiful plants and flowers, landscaped the front yard, and created a nice walkway. You also make sure the exterior of your house is looking good, but if your front door isn’t as attractive as everything else, it throws everything off. You could replace it, but there’s an easier, and less expensive option. Door glass inserts turn a plain door into a piece of functional art. Beyond their looks, there are five benefits of installing door glass inserts.Details
Now that the weather has cooled off quite a bit, it’s become the perfect time to get outside and tackle some of those home improvement projects. Of course, this Transformation Tuesday we’re highlighting what a little bit of your time can do to completely transform your entryway.
Below you’re going to find some of our favorite door makeovers. These homeowners are taking their existing door, cutting a hole, and adding some glass to give their entrance a completely new look. This project is a fraction of the cost of a new door, takes a fraction of the time, and saves you from throwing your door into a landfill. We’re up-cycling doors across the country, and we want you to see the difference it’s making in peoples home’s just like yours.Details
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.Details
Windows are part of your home’s architecture. However, a simple trip to the hardware store can turn into a nightmare. Here is an all-inclusive guide to help you find windows that match your home style. Decide the purpose the windows will serve. The windows you choose need to fulfill the purpose they are meant for, which is to let light inside your home. For aesthetic purposes, look for units that give a beautiful view of your house. Follow these suggestions to find windows that’ll not only brighten up your home but add to its beauty as well.Details
Do you feel like you could use more privacy at your patio doors? Want more control in modulating the light? Feeling like the space could use a pick-me-up in general? Consider enclosed blinds, which are an amazing option to enhance privacy and give you more light control on your patio doors.
If you’ve been thinking of enhancing your patio doors with enclosed blinds, we’ve got you covered with this step-by-step process. Set aside a Sunday afternoon, grab a friend or a neighbor, and get started on this easy DIY project.Details
Fall is perhaps the best time to focus on home improvement projects that will make your home more appealing to potential buyers (and add to its value)—especially if you’re planning to sell in the spring. For one thing, if you plan to hire a contractor to do some or all the work, most of them have fewer projects in the fall, which means you’re likely to get the job done faster than you would at other times of the year. For another, moderate fall temperatures are the best for installing most building materials, and for exterior painting.Details
Most homeowners are not aware the impact your entryway can make on your homes curb appeal and overall value. An old, dated, and beat up door can be an eye sore. Your entryway is supposed to be the key focal point and the first impression of your home. The problem is that replacing an ugly door is expensive. Really expensive.
High quality doors with decorative glass get very pricy, very quickly. Not to mention that tearing out an entry door and installing a new one is a labor intensive project, takes a long time and makes a big mess. That means your forking out big bucks to have a contractor take care of this for you.
We want to make home upgrades simpler and more affordable. That’s why we’re showing homeowners that you can get your entryway makeover for a fraction of the cost by keeping your existing door and simply adding (or replacing) a piece of glass.Details
If you are looking to make some improvements to your home to create a more modern look, you should check out enclosed blinds. Blinds between glass are exactly what they sound like — blinds built inside of glass panels.
Blinds are a necessity to almost any home, but traditional blinds don’t always fit any door, they attract dust and dirt, and they break easily. Blinds between glass are stylish, contemporary, and are easy to maintain. Here are seven benefits of having blinds between glass.Details
Enclosed door glass blinds are a great way to transform any old door. If you have an old door and are looking to replace its existing clear glass with enclosed blinds, you can easily handle the task yourself.
Replacing standard door glass with enclosed blinds is a fairly simple task if you have the right tools and a little help. Adding door glass blinds is a quick and easy upgrade that will add style to your door and value to your home.
Before you start the simple process of adding the enclosed blinds, you will need just a few tools to help you with the task.Details
You’ve invested quite a bit in your home and you want to make sure you can be comfortable for years to come. But you also don’t want that investment to cost you more money than it needs by wasting energy. With that in mind, we’ve got 5 top DIY projects to increase your home’s energy efficiency.Details