For some this is the fun part, for others deciding what color to paint, or where to put the couch is as stressful as going to the dentist. Either way HowStuffWorks has got you covered with tips, tricks and cold compresses.
Sewing is a hard craft to manage if you're stuck in the corner of a room or can only spread out on the dining room table. If you have your own sewing room, you can put everything in its place and create to your heart's content.
If you work at home, then you probably already know how valuable a dedicated office is. But if you want a room for only reading and writing, then you have to get rid of even more distractions. We'll show you how.
Working from home can be an awesome thing with many conveniences. But if you're toddler is constantly barging in or your spouse asks a million questions, then it's time for you to move into your own office -- with your own door.
If your dining room table has been taken over by your crafting and your spare bedroom is collecting dust, then it's time to merge the two for the greater good. Your family (and your crafting) will thank you.
Every sewer knows that space to spread out and work can be invaluable, and your dining room table just isn't cutting it any more. So, where do you go? We bet you've got a rarely-used bedroom just screaming for a sewing set up.
Have you always wanted your own home theater but never thought you had the space to set one up? Well, you may have to downsize from your dream screen, but an unused spare bedroom is a great choice for your movie-watching mecca.
Does your husband have a man cave? Do your children take over the family room? Where do you go to relax and work on your favorite projects? If you don't have a dedicated space, then it's time to create a craft room.
Admit it: Once the dinner is done and the dishes have been put away, you spread out on the dining room table to finally start scrapbooking. Wouldn't it be so much nicer if you had a dedicated space to do it? We can show you how to get it.
The curb appeal of your house could be the best on the block, but if your guests are greeted by the stench of rotting food when they enter the door, they probably won't come back. Do yourself and your friends a favor: Make your home smell good.
Whether you live in the heart of the Midwest or nestled in the Rocky Mountains, going coastal in your decor can help brighten up those cold winter days. Don't be afraid of boats and dinghies; embrace them and bring the beach home.
If you've ventured up and down the faucet aisle of your local home improvement store lately, you may have been so overwhelmed with the choices that you turned and walked out empty-handed. Let us break it down for you.