When looking for the home theater décor there are so many things to consider, but it all boils down to preferences and available space. If you have plenty of room you can do just about anything, but even if your space is limited there are several things that can be done to add depth. Read more.
Every year, there are over 2,000,000 home invasions in the United States. To ensure that you don’t become another statistic, here are 5 easy steps to follow to keep your home and family safe. Read more.
These characteristics should be high on the priority list when choosing the right furniture pieces for your room. Tucking entertainment gear into a cabinet can feel like piecing together a jigsaw puzzle. A cabinet with the right features, however, can simplify the task—and help your equipment perform at its peak. Read more.
Lights are a staple in every home, but that doesn’t mean your clients’ switches should be like everyone else’s. With a few simple tweaks, the fixtures can do more than simply illuminate their home. They can curb energy use, evoke ambiance, and protect the home. Read more.
Not everyone has the luxury of dedicating a room solely for big-screen movie viewing. More often, that space is shared with a family room, a den or a guest bedroom. And that’s OK. Your family room is already finished and furnished. Plus, it probably already has a good-size TV and modest surround-sound system. Read more.
These add-ons needed be expensive. You can start with something as simple as a motion sensor that activates the lights in the pantry automatically when you open the door, or put in a more sophisticated system that can stream music to speakers in the kitchen … and elsewhere. Read more.