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Protecting Furniture From Kids

Children are a wonderful, fun-filled addition to any family, but they can be extremely hard on furniture—especially if it wasn't meant for rough-housing kids. I learned this lesson the hard way after I brought my daughter home to a living room filed with cream-colored couches. Her bottles were constantly dripping everywhere, and it was frustrating to see how many stains they accumulated. This blog is all about helping parents to protect their furniture from their kids, so that you can like your house as much as you love them. In addition to making your house look great, protecting furniture can help you to keep your investments intact.

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Are You Redecorating Your Family Room?

Have you recently realized that your family room needs a bit of attention? Perhaps you have the same furniture that you used when your kids were little, or maybe you even have hand-me-down furniture that you received when you bought your first house. Whatever the reason that you are redecorating your family room, from choosing a theme to buying wood bookcases, here are some ideas that might help you to design an attractive room that your family will enjoy using. Read More 

Four Features To Consider For Your Outdoor Kitchen

An outdoor kitchen gives you a great way to enjoy the outdoors while preparing meals, and it transforms your backyard into an outdoor entertainment space. When planning your outdoor kitchen design, you'll want to make sure you have all the convenience features and extras you need to make the space perfect. Here are some options to consider as you plan this project. Pergola A pergola provides added shade from the sun while defining the space for your outdoor kitchen. Read More 

3 Things To Consider When Buying A New Mattress

Sleep is an important part of your physical and emotional well-being. Unfortunately, you may not be getting an adequate night of rest due to your mattress. Whether it is old and worn or not suited to your body's needs, your mattress can cause pain and discomfort while limiting you from receiving a sufficient night of sleep. Most experts believe the lifespan of a mattress is around eight years. If your mattress has reached this age or you just want to improve how you sleep and your quality of life, here are a few things you need to consider. Read More 

3 Tips For Choosing Furniture To Be Used In A Shared Kids Bedroom

When you live in a smaller home or an apartment, it's almost inevitable for you to have your kids share a bedroom. While your kids may need to share a room in order for everyone to sleep comfortably, there are several things that you can do to make sure that their bedroom is a welcoming place for them. If you're intending on going to a furniture store and picking out new furniture pieces for the bedroom, it's a good idea to look into what kind of furniture is going to make the biggest difference in making the shared bedroom a great space. Read More 

Pros And Cons Of Choosing Concrete For Your Kitchen Countertop

One of the central decisions that you'll need to make when you plan a kitchen overhaul is coming up with a material for your countertop. Your contractor can offer you a variety of options, as can any retailer that specializes in kitchen remodeling. One material that you might not have considered is concrete, but this material can offer a number of perks in this application. There are also some challenges of concrete countertops, so understanding some of the pros and cons before you move forward will allow you to make an informed decision. Read More