August 2014

There are 3 blog entries for August 2014.

Just as fashion trends change each year, interior design trends are also evolving into looks and styles that make for a contemporary space. If you’re a homeowner, it helps to review the latest in interior design to ensure your home stays trendy and chic. 2014 has brought several new designs that make for an eclectic and inviting space, and homeowners have a variety of great decorative options available for every room. Here are just a few trendy options you can use to spruce up your home.

Wallpaper is Back and Bigger Than Ever

Although taupe walls were once the primary look in homes, wallpaper has returned as a popular design choice. While the word 'wallpaper' may invoke visions of the 1970s and disco-inspired patterns, the wallpaper styles now

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So – you have gone through the tedious and sometimes stressful process of finding your ideal home, have come to terms with the seller on the price and have the necessary mortgage financing lined up, but you are still not quite finished yet. There is a saying among experts in the real estate business: the deal has not closed until it has been funded. What this means is that the final closing paperwork must be completed before the property officially changes hands.

Initial Introduction

For most first time homebuyers, the closing process may be difficult to understand and might leave you unsure of what to expect. Essentially, on closing day all parties involved in the transaction will sign the official documents that are necessary to close the deal

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Summer is upon us, and that means it's time to work outside. Beautifying your yard is one of the best ways to enjoy the warm weather, and it doesn't have to be expensive. Turning old materials into attractive landscaping additions is one of the easiest ways to save money. A few landscaping projects here and there can both spruce up your home landscape and give you a fun way to spend your time outdoors. 

Edging Your Garden or Home Landscape

A few considerations when purchasing edging are the cost, the look you are going for, and how your landscaping will change over time. Each style of edging adds a different look and feel to your garden, and each its own set of pros and cons. 

The actual edging material can include anything from bricks to wood to

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