Whether you're single and have complete decor freedom or married with young children, you may dream of what's next for your family room. Three bloggers — newly married, married with young children and married with teens — show us their family rooms and what's changed over the years.Read Full Story
Chances are you spend a good amount of time in your family room, so why are so many of its components out of date? It's totally understandable if you've been allocating your remodelling funds for other key areas of your home, but now it's time to focus on your main living space. You may not be able to afford to redo the space from top to bottom, but that's OK. We share some of the most important elements to focus your attention on.Read Full Story
The living room is an important space in your home. It's the perfect room for enjoying family time, entertaining guests and unwinding after a long day. Make sure it's a space you can be proud of in terms of both beauty and practicality with these simple decorating tips.Read Full Story
When the warmer weather of spring arrives, many of us start thinking about home renovation projects. It’s no wonder we often want to start with the living room – it’s where we spend a ton of our time. Give your living room a makeover using one (or more!) of these hot spring colors.Read Full Story
We all need change every once in a while, but we can't always afford a complete home make-over. Living rooms are a great place to start, since they're one of the most heavily used “chilling” spots at home. And remodelling your living room can make you feel rejuvenated and fresh. Here are some tips for changing up your living room without having to spend more than you can.Read Full Story
After a long, hard day, it’s nice to kick back, relax, and enjoy some time with the family. But without a comfy retreat, relaxation may be the last thing you’ll find. Whether your living room just needs to be spruced or completely overhauled, these five tips will help you create a cozy space you’re bound to love!Read Full Story
There were a lot of brown living rooms in the '70s, and although we can sometimes call the '70s the decade that taste forgot, the brown living room was not a bad thing. Give it a modern twist with lots of light to complement the earthy tones that create a mood of reliability, warmth and security. Experiment with tone, textures and shades.Read Full Story
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