Using Artificial Grass in Your Home and Yard

Sometimes, a yard becomes so hard to maintain. You always have to trim it, feed it, weed it and mow it. If you want a green yard that needs none of those, opting for artificial grass might be a good idea. You will surely save time and effort, money and your back … Read more

Granite vs. Quartz Countertops

Pros and cons of granite

Granite and quartz are both stone materials used for countertop surfaces. Other people don’t know the difference between the two, but both are entirely different materials. Most people are more familiar with granite because it’s the more popular material in the world of countertops. But quartz is quickly becoming a known as … Read more

Things to Know About Freestanding Bathtubs

When you finally get home after a long, tiring day, nothing beats the luxurious feeling of getting a relaxing soak in the tub. But if you want to be extra posh, perhaps you’ve been thinking about renovating your bathroom for a new freestanding tub. As the name implies, freestanding tubs are bathtubs … Read more

Things to Consider When Choosing Internal Doors

Sliding doors

Interior doors are an important feature for your home that can make a difference in your home’s style. The doors found in your bedrooms, bathrooms, dens, closets, hallways, and others make an important visual statement that doesn’t go unnoticed. A lot of people buy or rent homes with doors already installed, so … Read more

Tips for Finishing Outdoor Wooden Furniture

All outdoor furniture require maintenance, whatever material it may be since it will be exposed to elements like weather, moisture, ultraviolet light, and pests. But wood is perhaps the material that needs finishing and protection the most. Any wooden furniture for your deck, patio or backyard can look classy and beautiful, especially … Read more

How to Clean a Chimney

clean a chimney

People are drawn to the warmth of a burning fire in the fireplace that they tend to ignore the mess and hassle that accompanies its maintenance and operation. Burning fires in the fireplace lead to the accumulation of soot and creosote, which shouldn’t be ignored. Creosote is a gummy, sticky, foul-smelling substance … Read more

What is a Tankless Water Heater?

tankless water heater

During the holiday season when your house is swarmed with houseguests, you’d need a nice hot shower to soothe your nerves. But before you can relax peacefully in your bathroom, you have to wait in line behind your cousins and in-laws. Then, when it’s finally your turn, the big tank runs out … Read more

What Moms Need to Know About Home Renovation Contractors

Home Renovation Contractors

When planning a home renovation project, homeowners face a lot of concerns. The most important one is hiring the right contractor for the job. A lot of homeowners have spent thousands of dollars on a home renovation or remodeling projects, only to be left disappointed with the quality of work done or … Read more

Tips for Choosing a Dining Table

Base or table supports

The dining room table is more than a place to share a bountiful meal – it’s where your family and friends gather together to share stories and catch up. Choosing the right dining table is important because it will be one of the most used furniture pieces in your home. With so … Read more

Ways to Save Energy on Air Conditioning

Sometimes, a fan is just enough to keep you cool. But when temperatures start hitting 90 to more than 100 degrees, the humidity can be so intense that all you wanted to do is to stay at your house with the air conditioner turned on high. It’s a refreshing way to stay … Read more

Making Use of a Small Room with a Sloping Ceiling

small room

There is no such thing as a useless room. With owners creating functional and comfortable rooms, tiny spaces under the basement stairs and penthouses with barely enough room to kneel and could not stand, starting with a real environment means that your battle is already half won. A roof with less than the full height poses an additional challenge, but with a little imagination, you’ll find a variety of ways to make use of a small room with a sloping ceiling.


Using the Room

Hide the racks behind the curtains, as desired.
Create a bedroom if you can sit on the bed without hitting your head on the sloping ceiling. Place the bed along an end wall with one hand on the slope, or sets the headboard on the wall where the inclination is born, so it rises directly overhead. Installing shelves along the other walls of the room to use the floor space unusable for storage another mode. Replaces storage cupboard with decorative baskets and bins on the shelf. Cabinet racks located at each end of the room, as you can under the inclinations. Hide the racks behind the curtains, as desired.

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Tips for Painting a Ceiling

kitchen ceiling

Painting your ceiling is one of the most affordable ways to reinvent your space. When it comes to repainting, the ceiling sometimes becomes overlooked, but it’s a project that can work wonders for any room. However, painting a ceiling can be a literal pain in the neck. Even most painting professionals dislike … Read more