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The Pet Parlor: Tips For Designing A Fabulous Room For Your Dog

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Pet bedrooms are growing in popularity among pet owners for good reason. Creating a room for your dog gives you plenty of space to store doggie supplies, which in turn helps to keep other areas of your home less messy. And what could be more fun than decorating a room for your favorite four-legged friend? Avoid carpet The best flooring for your dog’s room is one that can stand up to repeated cleanings and that will resist stains. Read More»

Cleaning Codes And Your Upholstered Furniture

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The right fabric covering your furnishings can help you improve the look of your home. Rather than investing in new furniture, many homeowners opt to switch out the existing fabric on their old furnishings by reupholstering them instead. Reupholstering allows you to select a fabric that will match your home’s interior perfectly. You probably know that you should pay attention to color, pattern, and durability when selecting an upholstery fabric, but you might not know that you should also pay attention to cleaning codes. Read More»

Making Room For A California King Bed In A Small Space

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Having all of the room in your bed that you need to sleep soundly through the night is essential. Few things can make starting the day as unbearable as not getting enough sleep. So, go ahead, get that California King bed and spread out. If space is an issue, you’ll just have to get a little creative with the small space. Here, you’ll find a few small space solutions that will help you fit your big bed into your small room. Read More»

Having Your Parents Move In? Make Some Changes To Your Furniture

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The dynamic of your home can change in a number of situations. Having a child is one of the most noticeable ones because you will want to babyproof the entire home. Adopting a cat or dog is a big responsibility, but it will not change too much at home, aside from needing to provide them with things that they need such as a litter box, bed, toys, and a water bowl. Read More»

Reasons To Keep Your Company's Upholstery Clean

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As a business that relies on walk-in customers, it’s important that you give the best possible impression to everyone who comes through your door. When your upholstery isn’t clean, that reflects poorly on your business. Here’s a look at a few of the reasons why you should be working with an upholstery professional to keep your office upholstery clean. Avoid Odors And Discoloration Cleaning your office upholstery regularly will help prevent discoloration of the fabric due to dirt. Read More»

3 Tips To Care For Your Furniture Pieces

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In order to get the most out of your prized furniture pieces for as long as you own them, you should follow some tips that will allow you to protect them. Whether you have a favorite couch or an elegant dining room table, you will want to help these furniture pieces reach their potential through some excellent care. To this end, contemplate these guidelines so that your furniture serves you well. Read More»

Three Unique Ways To Use Bunk Beds In Your Home

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Bunk beds may have more uses than you ever realized, and they can be put to work in many ways in your home. Use this guide to come up with different ways to use bunk beds in your home to provide storage, sleeping space, and more. Guest Room Suite Furnishing You can maximize the available sleeping space in your guest room to create a sleeping suite for family and out-of-town visitors. Read More»

Creating A Kid-Friendly Interior Design

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Investing in nice furniture can turn any house into a home. Unfortunately, expensive furnishings can often be ruined by the imagination and curiosity of young children. If you have little ones in your home, here are three simple tricks you can use to help make your home’s interior more kid-friendly in the future. 1. Upholster your coffee table. When kids are learning to walk, they can often be quite unstable. Falls are common and could result in serious injury if your child comes into contact with the sharp edge of a coffee table. Read More»

Memory Foam Mattresses: Your Questions And Concerns Answered

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Memory foam mattresses have received a lot of hype recently. The idea is that the foam in these mattresses conforms to your body and helps support it for a better night’s sleep. The foam then springs back into its usual mattress shape until you return to sleep on it. The foam eventually develops a “memory” for your sleeping positions, supposedly helping you fall asleep faster. However, you might still have some questions and concerns about these mattresses, and here are a few of the answers you may be looking for. Read More»

Thinking Inside The Box -- A 4-Step Guide To Studio Apartment Layout

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Living in a studio apartment has its advantages (lower cost, less stuff to move around) and its disadvantages (mostly a lack of space and defined rooms). When faced with the task of trying to find a way to make one feel like home, those disadvantages can seem overwhelming. But you can create a real home in a studio apartment by following these 4 steps.    Start With the Bed. The bed is probably the biggest furniture item you have, so it’s a good place to begin. Read More»