Every day in Tennessee, at least three people die from an opioid-related overdose, more than the number of people who die in traffic accidents.
These DIY closet organizing ideas can turn that helter-skelter space into the most helpful corner of your house.
The lazy days of summer officially kick off Memorial Day weekend. Giving your home a little extra love this month can save you time and money.
It’s the little things that get you every time. And that goes for your home, too. Stained porcelain, carpets, stinky appliances — they all hurt your home’s market value in the end. And, frankly, they’re no fun to look at every day, either. Get your house put back together with these house-cleaning hacks.
Take a few minutes out of your pool time this month to do these four tasks.
Then you’ll have more time to eat popcorn in front of the fire next January.
#1 Call the Snow Plow Now
If you live in snow-prone areas, now’s the time to get your name on the snow-plow contractor’s schedule. By the time your car’s buried in the driveway, their rosters will be full.
#2 Schedule Furnace Service
Get ready for sweater weather — and beat the rush — by scheduling the annual fall service for your furnace now...
If you’ve been dreaming of dangling your feet off a dock with the sun warming your shoulders, there’s nowhere better to do it than at your own lake house.
Yesterday’s chic home colors were teal and brown, today’s are a muted palette of gray, lavender, and blush. Tomorrow, who knows? If only you could get away with simple, easy white. Psst. You can.
When it’s hot outside, smart homeowners focus their energies inside on these four tasks.
You know: Like taking advantage of your nice, cool basement.
Picking a color for one room can be challenging enough. But picking a palette for your whole house? Get tips from two color gurus and you'll be on your way to picking a whole-house color scheme you love.