Time to go shopping for a new mattress? A comfortable mattress supports your back, joints and spine equally. Read our top 3 mattress shopping tips…
How to Choose Living Room Furniture
Whether living on your own or with a family, your living room is an important space. This room is where your family spends time together, and it is the room most of your guests will spend the majority of their time in. Choosing furniture...
Living Room Furniture Rearrangements Tips from England Furniture
Considering how you’ll arrange your furniture in a living room is important. Here are some tips to consider when you’re arranging – or rearranging – your furniture.
How to Buy a Mattress: Advice from a Mattress Salesman
Mattress shopping, as we've previously highlighted, can be quite a confusing experience. Take some off-the-clock advice from a mattress salesman on how to get the best value. Photo by caterina.
Houzz Live Chat: Furniture Arrangement Basics and Tips
Welcome to Houzz Live: Furniture Arrangement Basics and Tips! Today we are talking to some of the top pros on Houzz about some of the basics around arranging your spaces. Please welcome... Kate O’Hara of Martha O’Hara Interiors www.houzz.com/pro/oharainteriors/martha-ohara-interiors...
How to Create a Floor Plan and Furniture Layout for Your Living Room
Searching for a new living room look? Before you redesign, consider switching up the room's layout. Take a cue from professional designers and reconfigure the furniture by creating a paper floor plan using a ruler, graph paper and a pencil.
How To Paint Unfinished Hardwood Furniture
Have you ever wanted to paint your hardwood furniture, but didn't know how? It's easy! Here's how you do it.
10 Multifunctional Furniture Pieces for People Living in Smaller Spaces
Not all of us can live in a 4,000-square-foot megahome unless we’re able to get one that’s been abandoned due of foreclosure.
Nearly 6 out of 10 buyers prefer vintage
Vintage pieces are all the rage. In fact, 57% of consumers answering Furniture/Today and Apartment Therapy’s 2016 Home Decorating Survey prefer to buy vintage home furnishings. And, that percentage is even higher for younger buyers. Sixty-three percent of Millennials, ages 35 and under, favor vintage home products, compared with 52% of Generation X members and 53% of Baby Boomers. Experts believe several cultural and economic factors have contributed to the explosion of vintage shopping. They include reduced disposable income stemming from to the Great Recession; the prevalence of do-it-yourself design shows on television; the thrill of the hunt ...