The weekend is shaping up to be a perfect one to finally get started on your spring garden.
While some of the rainy, cold, and unpleasant weather makes gardening one of the last things you want to take care of, this is the perfect time to start.
Everywhere you look, there's a bit of color popping up, but if you've got some spring flowers that just won't bloom, don't give up on them just yet.
Have you ever felt totally overwhelmed by a decorating project around your house? What colors do you want to use? What style furniture? Artwork and rugs?
Here are some events to get your Spring kick started!
Sometimes giving a room an entirely new look can be as easy as changing out the curtains or throw pillows, or in the kitchen's case, the old out-of-date light fixtures.
In Today's Home, Chris Olsen stops by a little shop in Little Rock, Massimo.
Life isn't just about symmetry; it's also about balance. The same goes for decorating your home.
When it's time for a new piece of furniture, where do you shop for it?
There's no doubt about it. An entry way can make the biggest impression on your guests when they first arrive at your home if it's decorated well.
Nothing is as grand as a large entryway into any type of home. I absolutely adore the entry space at my friend's home; with a big room like theirs, you can accessorize well.
If you want to redecorate your child's room, there are some things you need to consider.
The weather may seem miserable this weekend, but before long we'll be sitting on the deck, grilling dinner and enjoying outdoor family time.
You can decorate your home for the holidays with some many things from lights, to trees, to wreaths, to candles, but don't forget the traditional poinsettia.
One of the most popular Christmas time flowers is the Poinsettia. It makes a wonderful holiday gift for your friend with a green thumb, but what if you want to go for something a little different?
People are still decorating for the holidays, and while the standard for trees these days is lots of mesh and ribbon, it doesn't have to be that frilly.
During the holidays, there are so many areas of your house that need a little touch of decoration here and there, and those spaces need more than just a Christmas tree.
When it comes to holiday decorating, don't leave out the kitchen! Many say the kitchen is truly the heart of the home, and more often than not, you'll find someone either cooking or gathering in that very room to talk during the holidays.
When it comes to decorating for the Holidays, some of us, including myself, get so overwhelmed. We don't know where to start, and it almost gets confusing. To take the stress away, I'm going to tell you what I do each year.
Today, I got my hands on something plumbers know well-PVC pipe!