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Budget Minded Tips for Summer Decorating

As we all know summer is not always as relaxing as we would like it to be. Between trips to the lake and family gatherings, when can you find time to make improvements to your home and still not dip into your summer vacation fund? Making little changes here and there can make a big impact, and here are a few tips!


Demand for larger homes and lots peaking

After several years of increasing demand for larger homes and lots, homeowners' interest in extra square footage is waning. Additionally, homeowners continue to express a high level of interest in features that will allow them to stay in their home even with limited mobility. These findings are from the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Home Design Trends Survey for the first quarter of 2017, which focuses specifically on home and property design and the use of interior and exterior space. All of the data can be accessed through the included infographic.


New Single-family Home Stats from Census Bureau

The United States Census Bureau recently released highlights of single family homes completed in 2016, a number totalling 738,000. Of those, 686,000 had air conditioning, while 71,000 had two bedrooms or less and 336,000 of them had four bedrooms or more. The median size was 2,422 square feet.



Shopping in Berry Hill/Design District

Berry Hill/Design District continues to grow and attracting stores offering tile, flooring, furniture, fabric, and more.

At the Fabric House you’ll find not only decorator fabrics in every shade and texture imagineable, but you’ll also find design consultants and an array of trims and drapery hardware.


Ask a Designer

What Will Bring Style to My New Home?

Q. I have a house that was built a few years ago. It has a nice floor plan, but there is no trim and there are no interesting windows. What can I do to give it a more substantial look? I want it to look “designed” not just decorated with pillows and things. On the other hand, I can’t afford to rip up perfectly good floors and walls. I want something more than paint, but less than a remodel. What suggestions might you make?—K.J.



Roses in the Garden

Each year the  National Garden Bureau selects one annual, one perennial, one bulb crop, and one edible for the honor of being selected a “Year of the” crop. Plants are chosen because they are popular, easy-to-grow, widely adaptable, genetically diverse, and versatile. The organization has declared 2017 the Year of the Rose in recognition of its importance. Part of the Rosaceae family (important for the food supply—think apples, strawberries, etc.)—there are more than 150 species of roses but only a few are used in today’s gardens.


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