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5 Home Remodeling Trends to Watch for in 2021

April 7, 2021

After a year of spending more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes fit their new realities. Open floor plans are out; dedicated spaces for remote work and learning are in. Yards are being transformed into entertainment spaces and walls are being repainted. At […]


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Top new home design trends for 2021

April 5, 2021

Many home owners are rethinking their space after spending so much time at home in the past year. The pandemic shifted activities that typically take place outside our homes, such as work and school, into our living spaces. Designs this year reflect changing preferences and lifestyles while at home. New home designs will likely include […]


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8 best desk organizer accessories and storage options for the home office

April 2, 2021

With the switch to remote work en masse, telecommuters festooned home offices on short notice with varying degrees of success. With more companies continuing to work remotely in the long term, professionals may need to invest in proper workstation solutions to enhance their day-to-day workflow. There are innumerable desk organizer accessories on the market to […]


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Top 5 Interior Design Trends That Should Be Left In 2020

March 31, 2021

It’s out with the old and in with the new, as they say. Haute Design is listing the top 5 things that interior designers should leave in 2020. #1 Having no home office This one is pretty self-explanatory. In the wake of Coronavirus and everyone having to work from home, the necessity of a home office […]


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A Plan for Prioritizing Your Home Shopping Wishlist, Based on Your Personality

March 29, 2021

Would you rather have marble countertops or an attached garage? A wood-burning fireplace or a dedicated office space? When it comes to finding your dream home in a tight market, you may have to make some tough calls and be prepared to be decisive. Whether that means getting your financing squared away with a Verified Approval […]


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5 Home-Design Trends That Developed During the Pandemic

March 26, 2021

WALLS! Why: Open concept sounds great—until you’ve been quarantining at home with your family and really just need your space. Thus ways to create designated home offices, gyms, guest rooms, or kids’ spaces are a hot commodity. The easiest way to achieve those boundaries? This novel concept called “a wall” Big and tall Why: Floodplain regulations are […]


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How the U.S. Housing Market Was Rocked by COVID-19—and Where We Go From Here

March 24, 2021

As home buyers already know full well, the residential real estate market has been on a wild tear for the past few years—and the pandemic has pushed things to new, uncharted extremes. Buyers who had been cooped up indoors for months rushed into the market seeking larger homes in suburban and even remote locations. They […]


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15+ interior design trends for 2021 you need to know about

March 22, 2021

It’s that time of year where we start looking into their interior design crystal balls and predict the biggest interior design trends 2021. You will definitely notice a theme here – so many of these new trends are about making your house cozier, warmer and more inviting. There’s lots of nature going on, and soft […]


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12 Vegetables and Flowers You Can Plant Outside Right Now—Even Before the Last Frost

March 19, 2021

Finally, at last, the Longest Winter Ever will soon be in our rear-view mirror—which means it’s a great time to kick-start your spring garden (or victory garden part deux). “In most of the country, late March and early April signify the start to the gardening season,” says Amy Enfield, a horticulturalist for Miracle-Gro. Worried that temperatures may plunge below […]


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Don’t Shed Your Sweats Yet! The Year’s 8 Hottest Living Room Design Trends Bring the Cozy, Comfy Vibes

March 17, 2021

Much as we might hate to admit it, the living room of 2020 was good to us. It was a space that became our office, our classroom, and comforted us during all the stay-at-home orders of the past months (and months). But as a result of all that time at home, the way we want […]


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