We’re taking a look at the high-end and budget versions of some modern bathrooms and specific features that drive up total room costs.
Spring brings to mind rituals of cleaning and planting that might include everything from a fresh coat of exterior paint to installing a new roof. If you are considering the latter, the effort you put into finding the right contractor will be as vital to the success of your project as the type of roofing material you choose.
The good news is that green is not just a trend; it’s a full-fledged movement and way of life that can help improve everything from your health to your bottom line.
Today’s living roof is just the next generation of a thatched roof.
Small touches of brass will make a room feel current, not straight out of the ’80s.
Making the right decisions about your roof ensures your home’s optimal performance and safeguards your peace of mind.
Before you take on any exterior painting project, it’s important to conduct a thorough examination of your home. Here’s what to look for and how to properly prepare your home for a face-lift.
Spring is officially underway, and while our focus has swung toward outdoor projects, it’s not all daffodils and sunny skies for homeowners this season. Bob Vila has five tasks for homeowners this month that will save money and time in the future.
Madness went beyond the basketball court this March, with these top-10 photos from Zillow Digs making interior-design fans go wild.
The lure of flickering flames on a cool night is hard to resist, and if you’re thinking of adding a fire feature to your outdoor space, you have several options.
Made of two shipping containers, the structure is New Orleans’ first shipping container home, says real estate agent Natalie Lafont of Talbot Historic Properties.
You’re already itching to start spring planting, but the last frost is still a month or so away. What’s a gardener to do?
With spring rapidly approaching and longer, lighter days ahead, you’re likely anxious to renew and refresh. Here are some projects to consider.
If you found your house felt too cold and you broke into a sweat each time you had to face another energy bill, consider making an improvement by adding insulation.
Neutral shades such as white and beige will always work in a home, but sometimes a space calls for bolder colors. Check out a few ways to add these new neutrals to your home.