High End Furniture Pieces Worth Your Investment

When it comes to furnishing your home, you want to make investments in pieces that will last a lifetime. Some furniture items are definitely worth the investment if you want to go high end. Here are high end furniture items worth every penny. Coffee Table A hand-carved wooden coffee table is worth every penny, and here's why. Contemporary and modern styles come and go, but classic wooden pieces always stay in style. Read More 

Differences Between Top Mattress Types

Are you tired of sleep that is not restful? Do you wake up feeling more tired and groggy than when you went to bed? If your sleep problems are caused by simple discomfort, and not by stress or anxiety, it may be time to get a new mattress. If you're trying to decide exactly what type of mattress will work best for you, here are some of the pros and cons of each type: Read More 

How to Create a Strong Homeschool Portfolio with a Bed Scanner

With a new school year getting ready to start, it's a perfect time to think about how you're going to create your home school portfolio. If you're looking for a way to create a comprehensive portfolio without having to keep huge stacks of papers and projects, investing in a bed scanner for your home school room may be just the answer that you need. Here are a few tips for putting a bed scanner to use for your home school portfolio. Read More 

Maintaining Your Wood Dining Room Furniture

If you purchased a wood dining room table and chairs, you will want to take steps to maintain the pieces so they look as nice as they do when they are new. Taking the time to do  taking precautionary safety steps and routine maintenance when dealing with wood furniture will help keep it from premature damage. Here are some guidelines to follow when taking care of a new set of dining room furniture. Use Protection Read More 

How To Style A Mid-Century Modern Living Room That’s Not Dated

Though "Mad Men" has ended, our appetite for mid-century modern design hasn't. The clean lines and a mixture of wood, textured fabric, glass, and metal that permeated the mid-20th century from roughly 1933 to 1965 are everywhere. However, many of the original rooms, if transplanted into a 21st century home, would appear dated. This how-to guide will help you create a mid-century modern living room without going overboard. Choose a Color Palette Read More