Having an efficient kitchen doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice style. You can work in some whimsy by slowly adding fun kitchen products that appeal to your silly side. As someone who doesn’t really love cooking, I need to have reasons to enjoy the meal-making process. These fun kitchen products are just the thing! Which ones […]
My husband doesn’t really take an interest in what is hung on the front door for decoration. As long as the door opens, closes and locks, he is happy. I like to feel welcome when I come home, and a nice wreath or hanging decoration does the trick. Recently, I decided to make a wreath we could both enjoy when we come home.
When we go on vacation, my husband and I love to stay at resort hotels. I love the way we are treated, and all of the great amenities you can find at a resort. I especially love the pool and beach settings. You know I love summer, and that means swimming and lounging on the […]
There is so much to think about when buying your first home as newlyweds—from how much you can afford, to what type of property and where. But it can become a reality if you set yourselves some realistic goals. Here are some questions to consider when deciding if you should buy your first home. How […]
I started thinking about different things that I share with passengers in the car and thought it would be a neat idea to create a little container to hold these items. That way they could be accessed easily, and passed around the car as needed…
The color block trend started within the fashion world a few years ago. It is when you wear a palette of 2 or more solid colors in an outfit. Usually, these colors are bright and contrasting to create a visually interesting outfit. The same idea can be used to create beautiful rooms within your home. Find out how.
Domino is wishing you and your spouse a Happy New Year with 10% off of your purchase! Resolve to make your home prettier this year and save while doing it. Here are some of my favorite pieces that would be great in any newlywed home…
The line between collecting and hoarding is a fine one. Simply stated, hoarding is the inability to throw away or otherwise get rid of items that you have set aside in case you need them later. For example, my husband tends to hold on to small pieces from furniture and electronics he’s found around our […]
In August, my husband and I sold our house and moved in with my parents until we find a new house. It was tough leaving the first home we purchased together, but we knew it was the right move. Although we fell in love with the house the first time we walked through it, we just bought too much of a house. It is just the two of us and Honey, our beagle; we don’t need a 4 bedroom home with a finished basement and huge backyard. So, at the ripe old age of 40 (and 46), we decided to downsize.
If you are anything like me, you’ve probably been out on the town with your husband and realized that you need something like Advil or a stain remover. You look in your purse, and either (a) can’t find it, or (b) realize you never put it in there. Now you are stuck with a headache or big stain for the rest of your date night, right? This has happened to me too many times to count.