Home Organization Tips for a New School Year

Home Organization TipsBack-to-school season can be just as chaotic as it is relieving (for the parents at least!). After a long summer break without much structure, getting back into a daily routine can bring some much-welcomed order back to your home.

When you think about getting organized for school, there’s more to organize than just your kids’ rooms. Thinking about the rush you feel from the moment the alarm goes off until you’re finally able to push the kids out the door, you’ll understand why organizing the whole house is important. Here’s how to organize some key rooms in your home for this new season and start the school year on the right foot!

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Tips for Hosting the Perfect Summer Party

Summer is on the horizon! Traditionally, Memorial Day weekend marks the start of the summer season. It’s time to pull out the deck furniture, fire up the grill, and invite some friends and family over for some summer fun. We thought we’d kick off this season with some helpful entertaining tips so you can host some epic summer parties, from casual BBQs to stylish soirees. Read More


Organizing Tips to Maximize your Kitchen Cabinet Space

As the heart of your home, the kitchen is one of the most frequently used rooms. Having everything in its proper place makes working in your kitchen, including cooking and cleaning, easier. Use these following tips to create an organized and inspiring kitchen space you’re bound to love: Read More


Get Your Home Ready for Spring Homebuying Season

March is officially here, which means spring is literally around the corner. Spring also marks the beginning of another busy season: Spring Homebuying Season! This is when the largest number of homebuyers begin searching for a new home, so it’s the optimal time to list your home for sale.

If you’re planning on selling your home this year, here are a few things you can do now to make sure your home is ready to go on the market:

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Five Simple Ways to Refresh Your Family Room

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With spring on the horizon, you may be itching to update your family room to welcome the new season. Thankfully, refreshing and updating this space doesn’t mean you have to get all new furniture and paint! Even the smallest changes can make the biggest differences. In fact, most of these updates can be done over a weekend!

Here are some thoughtful ways you can easily transform your family room:

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Top Design Trends for 2018

Each year brings a new set of design trends and we’re excited to share some of the top trends that are expected to dominate 2018. From natural materials to bright colors, here are a few trends you can look forward to this year: Read More


New Home Resolutions: Make the Move in 2018

Do you dream of buying a new home in 2018? Buying a home is a marathon so the more you’re able to prepare ahead of time, the better shape you’ll be in when you’re ready to start the journey to your new home. Here are some new home resolutions that will help you prepare to make the move in 2018:

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Great No-Bake Cookies for Santa (or Yourself)

‘Tis the season for cookies! Between holiday parties, potlucks, and cookie swaps, your oven has been working overtime producing lots of yummy seasonal treats. It can be hard keeping track of everything you need to make this season! Give your hardworking oven a break and try one of these fantastic no-bake dessert recipes that are sure to impress your family, and most importantly, Santa!

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5 Tips for Hosting Holiday Guests

With the holidays here, many of us will be welcoming guests to our homes, whether family or old friends. A full home may be a happy home, but it can also be stressful if you’re not prepared.  The key is to make your guests feel like part of your family, and to make them feel comfortable in your home. That may seem like a long shot, but with some planning, you can make sure you’re ready to welcome holiday guests with open arms.  Read More


How to Get Your Home Ready for Thanksgiving

Hosting Thanksgiving is kind of a big deal. There’s so much happening that it’s easy to get overwhelmed, and we’re just talking about the meal! While it’s easy to focus your attention squarely on the feast itself, it’s also important to create a hosting plan to make sure your home is ready to receive the family and friends who will be celebrating the holiday with you.

Here’s a low-pressure guide to make sure your holiday guests are comfortable and feel welcomed in your home.

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