Lighting can make or break your home décor, so it’s important that you do it right. Not only does lighting illuminate your space, but it can also help you set a particular tone and elevate your home décor. Yet, a great number of homeowners don’t pay enough attention to this important design element. However, if you want to make your home truly shine, lighting is the key element that will help you achieve that.
Buying a new home is a serious task, and something that cannot be rushed at all. You’ve probably seen dozens of them and are still wondering - have you already found the right one, but neglected it because you didn’t sleep on it?
First of all, whoever told you that you have to sleep on it in order to know whether the house is right or not, is a big fat liar. Your instincts should never be second guessed. So, how to know that you have found the right house?
In a quest to ensure that wood lasts forever or at least for many years, a technique had been developed by Dr. Karl Wolman less than a century ago. This process is known as pressure treatment and involves the injection of a chemical into the wood.
The wood piece is placed into a large cylindrical tank which has been depressurized to remove all air. The preservative fills up the tank with the wood under high pressure. The wood absorbs the preservative and is therefore protected from mites, fungus, vermin, and insects for many years. But, how to tell if the wood is pressure treated? Let’s try to understand.
Every home, no matter the size and style, has at least a few things that it can do without (some homes have up to a few hundred of those unnecessary items). So, regardless of how much stuff you have, you can probably benefit from a little decluttering and getting rid of things you don’t need any more.
There are many benefits to decluttering, both those that concern the aesthetics of your home and the wellbeing of its inhabitants. It will save you time and nerves, allow you to better enjoy your home, reduce stress and help you feel more Zen. So, here’s a thorough guide that can help you declutter your home top to bottom.