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canine friendly home decorating

Do you have to choose between having a nice, clean home and having dogs? Is there a way to finish your home in a way that is canine friendly and still beautiful? I have struggled with this for years, but was not about to give up my dogs to have a home that I was proud to invite guests to and happy to live in. The purpose of my blog is to help other dog lovers find solutions for their home decorating and finishing problems. Here, you will find ideas of materials that can hold up very well to dogs in the house and tips for helping your dogs behave a little better in your beautiful home.

Investing In Granite Countertops For A Kitchen: Things To Know

Are you disappointed because you bought the house of your dreams but the kitchen countertops need an upgrade? If you want kitchen countertops that will give you a lot of benefits, you should invest in granite ones. Discover below what you should consider about granite countertops for a kitchen so you can decide if they are investment worthy. Why Are Pros that Make Granite Countertops Ideal for a Kitchen? The first thing that makes granite countertops ideal for a kitchen is that they are easy to keep clean. Read More 

3 Interior Design Mistakes You Need To Avoid

When it comes to decorating your home, you may think that anything goes. However, there are certain things you need to steer clear of if you want your home to look fabulous inside. Here are three interior design mistakes you need to avoid. 1. Going overboard with a particular theme.  Selecting a theme for certain rooms in your home can be a fun idea. However, you need to make sure not to go overboard with a theme. Read More 

Remodeling Your Kitchen? 3 Ways To Stay Under Your Budget

If you are planning to update your home's look, a kitchen remodeling project is one the best ways to do it. With an average cost of $17,000 to complete this remodeling project, you will be trying to find ways to keep it under budget. Consider these three ways to lower the cost. Avoid Making Structural Changes You may have always wanted your sink to face towards the backyard, or place the stove against an interior wall, but doing so can dramatically increase the costs of a kitchen remodeling project. Read More 

Reclaimed Hardwood Flooring: Is It Right For You?

If you intend to remodel your home soon, then it's a great time to consider installing hardwood floors. Of course, you have the option of installing new wood flooring, but another choice is to install flooring from reclaimed wood. This is material is salvaged from old homes and buildings and it has several advantages over newer hardwood flooring. Here is closer look at some of the main considerations to keep in mind when deciding whether to use reclaimed materials. Read More