10 Houseplants That Can Actually Improve Your Health

Adding a houseplant or two always seems to improve the look of a room. But as it turns out, certain houseplants can also improve your health. According to recent studies by NASA, some houseplants filter out dangerous compounds that are commonly found in most homes – the kind of compounds that are often associated with respiratory illnesses, cancer, and other conditions. Continue reading 10 Houseplants That Can Actually Improve Your Health

Transitional Style Reigns Supreme-Kitchens & Baths

The “transitional” style will once again be the most popular design trend in homes this year. According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s (NKBA) annual survey, recently released for 2016, the transitional style, dominated by a neutral color scheme, is a trend that will continue in both kitchen and bathroom design for the foreseeable future. Continue reading Transitional Style Reigns Supreme-Kitchens & Baths

Just Announced: Ten Hottest Housing Markets for 2016

Predictions for the ten hottest housing markets in 2016 were recently announced by Zillow. Topping the list is Denver, followed by Seattle and Dallas-Fort Worth, all of which are major tech towns – ideal for job growth. Other places that made the list are Utah markets Ogden and Salt Lake City, along with Omaha, Neb. and Boise, Idaho. Continue reading Just Announced: Ten Hottest Housing Markets for 2016

Donald Trump Voted Worst Celebrity Neighbor – 2015

Donald Trump Voted Worst Celebrity Neighbor in 2015. Americans would most like to be neighbors with the singer-songwriter and pop sensation Taylor Swift in 2016, according to the ninth annual Zillow® Celebrity Neighbor Survey. Republican presidential candidate and business mogul, Donald Trump, was named the least desirable neighbor of 2015. Continue reading Donald Trump Voted Worst Celebrity Neighbor – 2015

3 Steps to a Healthier, Happier Home

When we think of interior design and décor, most of us contemplate the aesthetics, or how the home will appear to the eye. We’re missing the boat, according to Dr. Sally Augustin and Dr. David Fell of FP Innovations. Incorporating certain outdoor elements in our décor can improve our health and mental well-being, they claim. Continue reading 3 Steps to a Healthier, Happier Home