Useful information for your hearth and home.
Read my review if you’re thinking of rescuing an old piece of furniture with Amy Howard One Step paint.
Amy Howard at Home has developed several products to help rescue, restore and redecorate furniture pieces. She is also the ‘creative… Continue reading
Compost is rich in nutrients and a great addition to your next vegetable garden.
Sometimes, we have the opportunity to do something that is simply the right thing to do! Well, composting various waste materials in the fall, and using… Continue reading
As a home owner living in a new town, Jackson TN, it’s not easy to find a trustworthy roofing contractor.
We knew we would need to invest in a new roof for our home when we purchased it. So we… Continue reading
Completing home projects, making decorations, and building furniture on your own is growing in popularity, and for good reason.
If you do your research and complete the task or project well, you can benefit from a higher quality product at… Continue reading
We do a lot of home DIY projects, but when in doubt, its always better to call in the pros.
A do-it-yourself project can be an empowering way to save money, provided you know what you’re doing. But making even… Continue reading
Your garage is already a place you store your tools, so why not make it even more functional by turning it into a woodworking shop where you can create your masterpieces and have everything in easy reach in one place.… Continue reading
During the summer season, one of the best things to do is have an outdoor barbecue with friends and family.
Just imagine going to the beach or park and you get to serve specialties like smoked ribs, pulled pork, and… Continue reading
3D wall panels are the new craze when it comes to interior designs both for home and office spaces.
The best part about these panels, apart from the fact that they are low on maintenance and environment-friendly, is the number… Continue reading
Devastating house fires can happen in an instant, and many begin due to human error.
December, January and February are the leading months for home fires! The U.S. Fire Administration reports that cooking tops the list of residential building… Continue reading