How To Distress Chalk Painted Furniture

It seems like you see a lot of rustic and shabby chic furniture pieces and decor these days. It's very trendy and a great look for any home. To help you get this look in your home, you can distress a small piece of accent furniture. Something like a side table, entry table, or buffet table would look great distressed. See below for instructions on how to distress chalk painted furniture. Read More 

Restoring A Wooden Antique Dresser: Tips For Success

If you've got a little bit of time on your hands and don't mind putting forth some elbow grease, you can transform an old wooden dresser from a local antique store (such as into a unique and valuable furniture piece for your home. Not to mention, you can do this for a lot less than it would cost to buy a brand new dresser from a furniture shop. Before you decide to tackle a dresser restoration project, however, there are some tips you need to keep in mind. Read More 

Tricks To Making Your Home Feel Bigger

A bigger house means the ability to store more, have more room to roam, and even store more items. Unfortunately, a bigger home can usually mean a bigger mortgage payment every month. While it may not always be feasible to buy a larger home, you can make the home look and feel larger with a few simple tricks. If you dream of having a bigger home, but aren't ready to take on a new move, here are some ideas to help you transition your home into feeling much larger. Read More