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Most of us have at least one small bathroom in our home. But just because the space is short on square feet doesn’t mean it needs to skimp on function and looks. Here, eight designers on Houzz show a range of ideas to save space and express style.
The options for containing and sorting stuff are virtually endless. And while it’s important to remember that decluttering before organizing will save you unnecessary anguish, there comes a time when your spaceisclutter-free, and you just want everything to have a home. If that resonates with where you are now, this guide is here to help.
In today’s housing market, it can be a big challenge for buyers to find homes to purchase, as the number of houses for sale is far below the current demand. Now, however, we’re seeing sellers slowly starting to come back into the market, a bright spark for potential buyers.
The dog days of summer are upon us. With intense sunlight streaming over our gardens, we’re reminded of just how brutal August can be in the heat. The tricky part is that spots in the garden that are hot now may be less so at different times of the year. Good landscape design understands these seasonal aspects of the garden and plans accordingly.
For the last two years, Ikea and Sonos have been collaborating on a line of audio products for the home, and now, the results are finally ready to debut in all their multifunctional glory. The final designs, which were first unveiled at Milan Design Week 2019 in April, will go on sale at Ikea starting August 1.
As remote work continues on for many businesses and Americans weigh the risks of being in densely populated areas, will more people start to move out of bigger cities? Spending extra time at home and dreaming of more indoor and outdoor space is certainly sparking some interest among homebuyers. Early data shows an initial trend in this direction of moving from urban to suburban communities, but the question is: will the trend continue?