Which makes more dollars and sense for families — living in the city, or in the suburbs? For Denverites, it’s the city, at least when it comes to child care and housing costs. Continue reading City or suburbs: Which makes more dollars and sense for Denver families?
If there’s a new baby coming to your house this year, you may be thinking about nursery room themes. If so, take heart from professional decorators, who say individual tastes are at the top of the list this year. Continue reading Welcoming a Puppy Home
If there’s a new baby coming to your house this year, you may be thinking about nursery room themes. If so, take heart from professional decorators, who say individual tastes are at the top of the list this year. Continue reading New Takes on Baby’s Room
From cool blues and smoky greens inspired by scenic mountaintop views to warm neutrals reminiscent of transitioning leaves, this season’s paint trends, according to Ace Hardware design experts Nathan Fischer, Katie Reynolds and Julie Richard, create classic, elegant palettes that bring the outdoors in. Below, the designers’ top paint picks and ideas for fall: Continue reading Spruce Up for Fall with Color
If you (or someone you know) will be welcoming a baby in the coming months, now’s a good time to plan an adorable and efficient nursery for the new arrival. Better Homes and Gardens checked in with decorators to learn what’s new and trendy in baby room décor this year: Continue reading This Year’s Trends in Nursery Decor
Forgive our morbid curiosity, but we couldn’t help wonder: What effect does a gruesome and terrible crime such as murder have on a property’s longtime value? Is a home forever tarnished? Or can the stigma be cleaned away, especially in less notorious cases? Continue reading How Murder Affects Real Estate Home Values
Apartment hunters in big cities know the drill: they spot a listing for a well-priced, attractive place and make an inquiry, only to be met with demands for an instant credit check or an upfront fee to access the full listing. Savvier home hunters spot these scams immediately, but others fall through the cracks, making popular rental listing sites like Craigslist a highly lucrative spot for fraud. Continue reading Renters Beware: Scams Pervasive on Craigslist
Trends in interior design are often dictated by the current culture. Themes taking off this year are a subtle nod to 2016, with bold furnishings mixed with soft patterns, according to a recently released report from the Delta Faucet Company. Continue reading 4 Interior Design Themes Taking Off This Year
Lux lighting and edible arrangements are on the rise this year, according to the National Association of Landscape Professionals’ list of the top landscape design trends for 2016, a gathering of data based on current consumer demands and lifestyle trends, as well as broader horticultural, architectural and design factors. Continue reading The Top 6 Landscape Design Trends for 2016
The snows may not be fully melted, but the first signs of spring are closing in—and with them comes the impulse to clean and de-clutter in the annual rite we call spring cleaning. Continue reading 7 Household Items to Toss, Now
All in the name of love! Valentine’s Day celebrants shelled out nearly $19 billion on outings and gifts last year, and that number shows no signs of dwindling this time around. The big bucks will be spent in three categories: Continue reading Valentine’s Day: A Dozen Fun Facts
Super Bowl Sunday isn’t just about the game—it’s about the food! And this year, one party favorite will stand above the rest. Can you guess what it is? Continue reading Who Will Win the Super Bowl?