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Winter Is Beautiful from Your Sunroom

Winter is the perfect time of year to enjoy the extra sunlight and beauty of your sunroom. The views of winter are lovely from the warmth of the indoors, and the extra sunlight in your life will brighten your mood. There are some things that will make this even more lovely.
Cozy Blanket ThrowsThere is nothing nicer in the winter time than cuddling up under a blanket with a warm cup of coffee, tea, or cocoa and looking at the weather. Adding plenty of cozy throws to your sunroom will invite you and your family to enjoy the beauty of the outside. Choose fabrics that look warm, fluffy, and comfy in colors and patterns that go well with your wintertime accents.




Bright Colorful AccentsWinter is a rather colorless time of year, so brighten up your space with splashes of bright colors and some deep warm shades. Some bright vases with dried flowers or even some potted plants with colorful containers will add a hint of the coming Springtime. Throw pillows are a quick way to change up your colorf…

5 Home Design Trends to Watch in 2018

2017 was a year of massive home designs reinvention thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT). We've seen homes with voice-controlled gadgets, smart security systems, and intelligent home assistants among others. Siri and Hello egg (the smart kitchen assistant), just to mention a few, were welcomed into several homes. But what's in store for 2018? 
Roof Top Decks The population is growing day by day, and that means less building space. Rooftop decks will now start replacing backyard decks for three major reasons; Rooftops are an excellent way to enjoy unobstructed sunlight.The view is always fantastic up there.Regarding building space, you are not limited vertically.Modern designers are getting creative with rooftop ideas. In apartment buildings, we've seen rooftop windows and sunrooms, rooftop swimming pools, as well as rooftop lounges. The possibilities are endless. Homeowners will now follow suit. Add a table, patio chairs, and a themed umbrella, and you get th…

Get Creative with Added Space in Your Home: 3 Fun and Fabulous Ideas for Your Sunroom Addition

Looking for more living space, but not the hassle of a big construction project and all of the planning that goes with it? A sunroom makes a great, cost effective addition to any home. It also has the added benefit of being able to function as the ideal space for many activities and uses.
Art Studio -- If you're a painter or sculptor, then you know how difficult it is to find adequate space to store art supplies. A sunroom addition will give you the room you need for cabinets and shelving to hold your materials. You'll have easier access to everything you need whenever you get in the mood to create an art piece. You won't have to worry as much about how messy things get when you have a dedicated space that's all yours. A sunroom will also provide the essential natural light that artists need and love. With all of the glass in the room, you'll find yourself more connected to the outdoors and inspired by nature's beauty…

Looking for More Living Space? Consider the Value, Comfort and Beauty of Indoor-Outdoor Living

Nature provides serenity from the everyday stress of work, running errands, and other time-sucking activities of life. Whether the sun is shining brightly through a window in your home or there is the gentle sound of raindrops falling outside, nature is fresh and relaxing and soothes the soul.
When designing your living space, be sure to incorporate the outdoors into your plan so you can take full advantage of nature’s beauty. With some simple planning, you can design your outdoor living space so that it looks just as beautiful, modern, and chic as your living room or your kitchen. Patio covers, pergolas, decks, or even the innovative LifeRoom best showcase your garden and landscaping around your home and offer more living space. Often, quality solutions offer style with the added advantage of minimizing harmful UV rays while offering homeowner long-lasting performance with minimal maintenance.

Looking to brighten and expand your home? You can easily decide how to make your room and hom…

2018 - A New Year for A New Home

What are your New Year resolutions for 2018? Is buying a new home one of them? Well, hold that thought. How about revamping your current home into a whole new house? Sounds good, right? Let's get started.
1. A Modern Lick of PaintLavender is in season this year. I wonder where this color has been all along because suddenly, lavender paints are running out of stock. Painting your home makes a whole lot of difference. The trick is to do something different yet creative. But don't go overboard with color.

Tip: You can rarely go wrong with bright and neutral colors.




2. Let the Light InLook around your home and identify "sunlight spots". If there is a way you can let this light in, by all means, do it. A big, open replacement window works magic. The secret is to add extra touches like a few potted plants or window sofas to make use of that space. And if security is not a problem for you, invest in broad windows panes for the other rooms as well. Not forgetting rooftop window…

How to Embrace the January Sunlight in Your Home

The process of adding more natural light to a home design brings many benefits to a homeowner. Daylighting, as it is known, comes with many health benefits and assists in reducing the cost of energy consumed in that residence. By expanding windows facing the west, introducing a single skylight to a hallway, or even adding TDDs (tubular daylighting devices) in your kitchen will not only brighten your home but it can also assist in uplifting your home comfort.

Currently, there are many ways to incorporate daylight into your residence. It is vital to note that what works in one Hamptons residence will not necessarily work in another. The following are ways to embrace the January sunlight in your house:
Winning with Windows These are old standards, but remodels of this nature will maximize the exposure of your house to the sun. For example, installing large floor to ceiling windows in your family room will bring in light without altering your interiors. The kitchen is another ideal location…

Decorating Your Home and Sunroom to Reflect Your Tastes

You may not think about the things you use to adorn your home as more than just things you like to look at and live with, but whether you realize it or not, you've got a "style" that probably leans toward one of the major interior design motifs which include
TraditionalModernEclecticArtful (Bold and Bright)MinimalistCountry/RusticYour style is a reflection of you, and your likes and dislikes. For example, if you like things to look neat and clutter of any kind drives you crazy, you may lean toward minimalism. If you like clean, angular lines, you probably tend toward a modern aesthetic. And if home to you means laid back, casual and relaxed, you may be a fan of country or rustic design. Some people like certain things with traditional touches, but also love artful pieces and bold colors. They might be described as having eclectic taste.

Whether you're starting from scratch in your first home, re-vamping or perking up your existing home, or downsizing once the kids…