Home Improvement / Decor
Summer is here, which means there is not much time left to get your home season ready. If you need a quick guide to keep up with the year’s trends, we’ve got you covered.
Here are some tips to keep your home cool this summer that don’t involve just adding on more air conditioning power.
With the pandemic and now the war in Ukraine, experts warn that cyberattacks are increasing at an unprecedented rate. Here’s what you can do to protect yourself.
Say hello to your beautifully lit and comfortable home – these are styles we love from Lumenarea in Longmont.
Resurfacing with Miracle Method saves up to 70 percent compared to tearing out and replacing your countertops, bathtubs, tile walls or showerpans.
The flooring product that’s flying off the shelves at Family Carpet One Floor & Home in Longmont is luxury vinyl plank in hardwood or tile patterns.
Are you looking for a one-of-a-kind hardwood accent to make your living, dining or hallway space more memorable?
Homeowners have plenty of options when it comes to financing new kitchen remodel, spiffed-up bathroom design, new mud room or added wing.
Thanks to firms like Rodwin Architecture, sustainability comes standard in today’s residential design/build
Nothing quite transforms the outside look of a home like fresh new paint colors. External painting is a big project, but if it’s done well it’s something that you will enjoy for years – despite the incredible (sometimes crippling) anxiety it may cause you during the process.
Whether you are looking for versatility or to create an interesting configuration, modular furniture has become a popular go-to for interior designers.
From biophilic design to reclaimed materials, here are the top trends that will make your home an earthy delight.
With the cost and competition for home buying at historically high levels, many homeowners are opting to remodel their current home to better meet their needs.
For those looking for an industrial chic vibe, exposed brick is often an attractive architectural element.
It goes without saying that the pandemic changed a lot about the way we all live our lives. As homeowners reprioritized their spaces, builders and architects have needed to change the way homes are designed.
“The House that She Built” is a children’s book that educates young readers about the people and skills that go into building a home. It tells the true story of an inspiring group of women who came together to build a one-of-a-kind house.
Whether you’re looking for herb and vegetable starts, or annuals and perennials to beautify your yard and create wildlife habitat, you are in luck; it’s plant sale season!
With all of its beauty and wonderful outdoor and cultural activities, Coloradoans need to play defense when it comes to wildfire.
Whether you’re thinking about a full-scale remodel or just basic maintenance, make 2022 the year you go green for good.
For many people, the home is a personal sanctuary, and through thoughtful color design, you can discover a renewed sense of balance and ease each time you walk through your front door.
If your house is worth significantly more than what you still owe on your mortgage, you may be able to use that equity to pay for home improvements or renovations.
As we all spent more time in our homes, residential design experienced a shift with new features rising to the top of homeowner’s must-have lists such as healthy home environments, sustainable features, and work-from-home capabilities.
Whether fixing up a home, building anew, or preparing to sell, it’s a good time to consider key features and styles homeowners want most in their kitchens.
For those of us fortunate enough to have been out of the path of the Marshall Fire in Boulder County, there’s no time like the present to update – or create – an inventory of personal property.
As we walk through the architectural history of the loft space, it’s clear that the through line of the loft’s milieu is art. Recognizing its popularity, Boulder
has embraced the loft trend.
It’s that time of the year when many homeowners are considering renovating. While sprucing up your home can be exciting, here are some suggestions for prudent ways to approach a renovation, regardless of size.
There are quite a few things I would like to leave in 2021 as we begin a fresh and exciting 2022, but I can’t help but reflect on a few items I hope to bring with me as well.
Many in our Boulder County community now need to rebuild their beloved home so that their stories can once again be filled with joy. Today we join in that effort by sharing newly released guidance on what to do and what not to do in the days that follow a fire.
As the winter chill descends upon us, we will be spending a lot more time inside at home (it is hibernation season, after all). What better time for a home makeover than when we are stuck in it?
Here’s a rundown of some major home projects and their costs, so you can start planning, budgeting and hiring right now.