There’s a lot to cabinets. And this is a big plus for your budget. It means that you have lots of roads to reach your budget and still get the look you want. Tony Pearson of Classic Custom Cabinets has been building exceptional cabinetry for all budgets for many years and he shared some of his suggestions for stretching your
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From simple sheet sets to complete bedroom and bath design, Bella Linea is a Nashville Treasure. Owner Linda Berry talks about what Bella Linea can do to transform your bedroom.
Done correctly, curtains are both functional and beautiful They can help tie together various elements in a room and more practically, they help insulate your home which helps reduce your heating and cooling bills. Kip Merrit of The Curtain Exchange in Green Hills offers his 10 mistakes you want to avoid. 1. Never choose fabric from a swatch.
Take a tour of Franklin's favorite furniture store with owner, Lisa Biggers.
Now that farmhouse tables have become the single piece of furniture that you must have that you actually won’t get sick of and changing styles won’t leave behind, you need to go the extra mile to get the right one. 1. Get the size right. A good rule of thumb is to have at least 3’ of space on all
“When people have a preconceived idea of cost per square foot ahead of time, it rarely translates to the actual home that they want,” offers Alan Looney, president of Castle Homes. Instead, Alan suggests that you start with a budget and work backwards. A good team of architect, builder and designer can take a budget and design to
Want to avoid mistakes? Spend money on a good architect. And don’t just get basic plans, the more detail, the better. Nothing is more expensive than change orders because they create a domino effect. To change one thing, you may have to redo two or three others, making that one change very expensive. By hiring a good architect and committing to
It’s tough to get cozy in a room that’s too big. Many builders have noticed a movement away from the McMansions to smaller homes designed for real living. The biggest waste of money is square footage that you don’t use. You either build to house your furniture and end up with what are basically storage rooms, or you