Furniture for cats like condos, towers, litter boxes, etc., while great fun and necessary for your cat’s well-being, can take up a lot of real estate in your place. Everywhere you look it seems like manufacturers don’t seem to understand that a lot of people fall short where square footage is concerned. We may love our little furry felines, but sometimes we do not have much choice in the size of the place we must share with them. All it not lost, however! There are a few people out there trying to figure out how to keep cats and people living together in harmony even when space is at a premium.
Finding the right indoor plant containers to bring the outdoors into your space can help add another level of energy to your space. House plants have been indicated in study after study to correlate with improved health, lower stress, and a cleaner indoor environment. Why shouldn’t you want to dive into this trend? It may seem daunting at first, especially to those of you who view yourselves as having black thumbs. Starting out with the right guidance, however, will help most of you figure out just how easy it can be to not only incorporate plants into your design, but to keep them alive and thriving in your space.
Transitional design is another widely popular style whose ideas, when applied to your bed frame or headboard, can be a useful tool to kick your bedroom up to the next level. This room is intimate to your life and can be vitality important to your well-being and sanity so why not give it the treatment it deserves.
Aside from the very first room you see upon entering your home, the next most important is more than likely to be the kitchen. This makes it a prime target for creative and hopefully cheap storage and design solutions. The time we spend in our homes when we are not asleep tends to be split evenly between this room and whatever room your telly lives in. That means the kitchen ranks very high on the list of priorities for most people. Why not make sure the kitchen reflects your personal style?
It seems that home entertainment centers are firmly in the middle of life in modern households. Every era of human history has seen a specific spot in the home take up a central role for those who reside within them. For most of human history this central area was the fire. It was a place to keep warm, socialize with the family group, and feel safe in the darkness of night. With the advent of both electricity and cheap radios the living room took on that role where the family could gather around to hear their favorite programs broadcast in from afar. Then along came the television set which eventually supplanted the radio’s place in our hearts.