The word “industrial” may conjure up cold and hard imagery, such as cement, metal and machinery. But when talked about as a design aesthetic, many experts get warm and fuzzy about the industrial look.
It’s a common quandary, especially in older homes: One or more rooms lacks ample artificial illumination due to an absence of overhead light fixtures. Making matters worse, that same room may be short on outlets, requiring you to use extension cords or power strips to accommodate your only mode of lighting, table and floor lamps.
With homes selling for top dollar in many markets lately, some sellers may question the decision to spiff up their abodes above and beyond “as is” condition. Truth is, however, that homes boasting the in-demand features and frills that buyers crave will likely sell sooner and net a bigger profit.
Spring is the perfect time shake off the winter blues and make a few changes around the house.
Choosing the best lighting for your kitchen and bath.
Good outdoor lighting on your porch and around outdoor steps can deter intruders, prevent falls and accidents and create beautiful aesthetic appeal.
One-day projects to satisfy your desire to fix up your space