The best part of a home office is getting to make it your own. There’s no limitations with what can be hung on the wall or the color of your walls or the style of your decor.
It’s hard to believe the fall season is upon us. As the weather begins to change and grow colder and the days shorter, it doesn’t mean it’s time to pack up your outdoor living space for the season.
When you think of motion furniture, you may first think of your Grandpa’s recliner or maybe your Grandma’s rocking chair. But motion furniture has come a long way from pull handle recliners that felt more like catapults.
Hot tubs are great for year-round use and typically don’t need to be winterized, but there are a few exceptions.
Topics: Spas and Hot Tubs
When you think of home theater seating, you probably visualize the stereotypical in-home theater set-up with a row or two of seats facing a large entertainment center with a big screen TV or maybe even a projector.
For many, this past year and a half has meant more time working from home. Whether you’ve had to quickly create a makeshift home office or already have a designated office space, you’re probably ready for an update!
While sideboards originated in the Middle Ages and began their evolution in the 18th century, their popularity was established in the early 19th century as dining rooms became a staple in home architecture. Wondering what a sideboard is? Other common names include buffets or credenzas.
There’s nothing worse than pulling your patio furniture out during spring cleaning only to realize that it maybe wasn’t stored properly and didn’t quite make it through the winter conditions.
Nothing beats the comfort of a movie night at home. Between the pandemic and the general expense of movie theaters, the desire for bringing the big screen into the home has skyrocketed over the past two years.