Spring can be a great time of the year for many people. The leaves are growing, flowers begin to bloom, and the weather starts to warm up. Unfortunately, it can also be a time where many storms start to appear, especially tornadoes. Since wind is invisible, you may not be able to spot a tornado until a few minutes before it hits. In an effort to keep you and your family safe during a major storm, you want to be fully prepared ahead of time.
If you have children, you're already aware of how fast their toys can take over your home. You may long to have your living room back or be able to walk through your home without tripping over toys. Creating a playroom for your kids will get their toys out of your space, and it won't cost you a fortune.
When buying paint for a playroom, always choose a paint that is washable.
Whether you are planting a single garden bed or trying to grow an entire meadow, wildflowers can provide a shock of bright yet low maintenance color to your landscape. The following tips will help you integrate the wildflowers into your landscape with the least amount of effort or trouble.
Tip #1: Pick a regional mix
Before purchasing a mix of wildflower seed packets, make sure the selections in the mix grow well in your area and aren't considered an invasive species.
Many people tend to confuse a sunroom with a conservatory. A conservatory is made almost entirely of glass panes and looks more like a greenhouse attached to your home. A sunroom is more enclosed, and more closely resembles an interior room with floor to ceiling windows. The differences do not stop there, and it is important to know the differences in the event that you need glass and window replacement for either of these rooms.
If you have purchased a rug to accentuate your decor, you may be wondering whether or not you need to buy a rug pad. Although you may not want to spend the extra money to purchase a pad, a pad can be a great investment. Here are a few reasons why:
Without a pad under your rug, rough fibers can scratch your floor. In addition, a heavily pigmented rug can transfer some its dye to your underlying flooring.