Month: May 2017

Lawn Mowing Service

Lawn Mowing Service

Lawn Mowing Service Minneapolis by The Lawnsmith! When it comes to keeping your lawn green and healthy all year, The Lawnsmith is the company you can trust! A stunning lawn gives a great first impression – visitors, neighbors, or potential buyers will all admire your […]

Metal Wall Decor

Metal Wall Decor

Metal Wall Art and Decor Is BackYour home may consist of four walls, but its unique personality comes from the details within. Want a great way to give your space that individual sense of pizzazz? Dress the it with metal art and decor. This trendy […]

Motorized Cellular Shades

Motorized Cellular Shades

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Easy Cleaning Hunter Douglas Comparable Privacy Take a look at our wide selection of privacy window treatments. Routeless Top Down/Bottom Up Top down bottom up is ultimate privacy and light control option – raise the shade from the bottom, the top, or both Blackout Cordless Cordless Top Down/Bottom Up Easy Cleaning Hunter Douglas Comparable Privacy Routeless Top Down/Bottom Up refine Brand ? Filter by brand Bali Since 1939, Bali has been providing beautiful, quality window treatments to customers around the world. Choose from a comprehensive selection of Bali blinds and shades. Blindsgalore Save money without sacrificing quality. Choose from Blindsgalore's signature line of custom window treatments and coverings. Boutique Exclusively from Blindsgalore, a designer brand featuring a contemporary collection of window treatments crafted with built-in luxury features Comfortex Comfortex has developed a wide array of innovative blinds and shades to meet your needs. 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Bike Garage Storage

Bike Garage Storage

Following the mechanical principles of a regular wall-mounted bike rack but with a serious eye for design, a number of small companies are offering some seriously cool-looking bike racks. The original Cycloc and the Tern Perch are both masterpieces of minimalism for £59.95 and $70 USD, […]

Home Interior Design

Home Interior Design

By Kelsey Kloss Dec 28, 2016 Prepare for a bright year filled with cheery colors, mixed patterns and happy motifs — plus a few unexpected twists. (And be sure to kiss these outdated 2016 trends goodbye.) View Gallery 11 Photos 1 of 11 2 of […]

Fix Garage Door

Fix Garage Door

Dwight Eschliman/Stone/Getty Images Garage doors lead pretty simple lives. Up, down, up, down, over and over until they suddenly don't work the way they should. Fortunately, that simple life usually makes for relatively simple repairs. Sometimes, though, even reliable old garage doors bite the dust.If you are having trouble with your garage door, here are some tips on what to do.Quick Garage Door FixesWhen your garage door starts acting up, more often than not it is telling you it's time to do a bit of maintenance. So, before hitting the panic button, try these simple repairs. First, examine the rollers and tracks. If you can't remember the last time you cleaned them (and they look the part!), give them a good brushing and then add some lubricant. Next, perform these simple garage door maintenance tasks.If none of this fixes your problems, or if you would rather just let someone else fuss with the problem, take a look at How To Find the Best Garage Door Installers and Repairmen.Silencing a Noisy Garage DoorNoisy garage doors cause all kinds problems, especially for anyone who has to sleep above or next to the garage. Fortunately, most noisy garage door problems can be fixed with a combination of routine maintenance and the replacement of a few parts. For more information on the latter, see How To Quiet a Noisy Garage Door.Frozen Garage Door?It is precisely on those coldest days of the year when you most need and appreciate the convenience of opening and closing your garage door quickly. Sadly, those also happen to be the kinds of days when cold and moisture combine to make this difficult. Garage doors can and do freeze to the garage floor. Sometimes it is a minor icy connection between the two that can be broken when you hit the opener button.Other times, however, the door refuses to budge. When this happens to you, stop hoping that if you hit that button enough times, a miracle will happen. About the only thing that is going to happen is that you cause a much bigger problem with the garage door opener (including, but not limited to, stripped gears, broken coils and burned out motor).Instead, take a few moments that break the connection. Use a heat gun or hair dryer to melt the ice. Standard de-icing products will also work. And, if you are careful not to damage the door or the seal on the bottom of the door, use a flat shovel or similar tool to chip away at the ice.Once you get the door open, clear any water, ice or snow from the spot on the garage floor where the door rests when closed. That way, you should be able to plan on getting the door open next time you need it.Replacing Broken GlassI don't know about your record, but I have broken the glass on garage doors from both the inside and the outside. In the former case, I put the end of a 2×4 through a pane, and in the latter (and a much more common occurrence) an errant pass with a basketball (or perhaps it was a fit of anger after yet another missed shot) did the duty.Regardless of the cause, this is one problem you want to fix as soon as possible. Broken glass is a safety issue, a security problem, and an invitation to every bird and hornet in the neighborhood to make your garage their next home.It's not difficult to replace a pane of glass. ​Learn how with these instructions.Keep It SafeGarage doors are much safer these days than they used to be. That is especially true of garage doors equipped with garage door openers. Older garage door openers did not have the kinds of safety features that would stop them before closing on a child or pet wandering in or out of the garage while the door closed. That made for many tragic stories.But the improvements in safety haven't eliminated safety concerns when it comes to garage doors. Everyone needs to understand how to stay safe in the garage. See 10 Garage Door Safety Tips for some suggestions. Garage Door Opener ProblemsHave you ever noticed just how much you use, and rely on, your garage door opener? Sure, we spend the big bucks for attractive front doors to our homes, but for many of us, the actual coming and going takes place through the garage. And that means we depend on the garage door opening and closing at the press of a button.So, when the garage door opener decides to take a day off, it can leave you stuck outside, probably during a rain or snow storm. Though they may seem complicated, there really are several things most homeowners can do to diagnose and repair opener failures. A good place to start is with Troubleshooting the Most Common Garage Door Opener Problems.Replacing a Garage DoorThere are really only a couple of reasons why you would consider replacing your garage door. Either is has stopped working properly, or you are sick of the way it looks. Most often, it is some combination of those two factors.Unfortunately, shopping for a new garage door isn't a particularly easy process. Most of us rarely perform this type of shopping, and there really aren't a lot of consumer publications offering solid information on the best choices.It helps to break things down into bite-sized pieces. Your first thought might be along the lines of “What is a new garage door going to cost me?” A good place to look for answers to that question is with these frequently asked questions about the costs of a new garage door.From there, you ought to consider the different materials that garage doors are constructed from (see Choosing the Best Garage Door Material. Once you understand something about materials, you then need to make sure you choose the style of garage door that best complements your house. For that, see Understanding Garage Door Styles.Concerned about doing the right thing for the environment? Then take a look at Choosing a Green Garage Door.Finally, once you've narrowed down the type of garage door you want to grace the front of your garage, you will want to Get the Best Deal on a Garage Door Replacement. And part of that process will probably require that you find a good garage door installer. Read More
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Garage doors lead pretty simple lives. Up, down, up, down, over and over until they suddenly don't work the way they should. Fortunately, that simple life usually makes for relatively simple repairs. Sometimes, though, even reliable old garage doors bite the dust.If you are having trouble with your garage door, here are some tips on what to do.Quick Garage Door FixesWhen your garage door starts acting up, more often than not it is telling you it's time to do a bit of maintenance. So, before hitting the panic button, try these simple repairs. First, examine the rollers and tracks. If you can't remember the last time you cleaned them (and they look the part!), give them a good brushing and then add some lubricant. Next, perform these simple garage door maintenance tasks.If none of this fixes your problems, or if you would rather just let someone else fuss with the problem, take a look at How To Find the Best Garage Door Installers and Repairmen.Silencing a Noisy Garage DoorNoisy garage doors cause all kinds problems, especially for anyone who has to sleep above or next to the garage. Fortunately, most noisy garage door problems can be fixed with a combination of routine maintenance and the replacement of a few parts. For more information on the latter, see How To Quiet a Noisy Garage Door.Frozen Garage Door?It is precisely on those coldest days of the year when you most need and appreciate the convenience of opening and closing your garage door quickly. Sadly, those also happen to be the kinds of days when cold and moisture combine to make this difficult. Garage doors can and do freeze to the garage floor. Sometimes it is a minor icy connection between the two that can be broken when you hit the opener button.Other times, however, the door refuses to budge. When this happens to you, stop hoping that if you hit that button enough times, a miracle will happen. About the only thing that is going to happen is that you cause a much bigger problem with the garage door opener (including, but not limited to, stripped gears, broken coils and burned out motor).Instead, take a few moments that break the connection. Use a heat gun or hair dryer to melt the ice. Standard de-icing products will also work. And, if you are careful not to damage the door or the seal on the bottom of the door, use a flat shovel or similar tool to chip away at the ice.Once you get the door open, clear any water, ice or snow from the spot on the garage floor where the door rests when closed. That way, you should be able to plan on getting the door open next time you need it.Replacing Broken GlassI don't know about your record, but I have broken the glass on garage doors from both the inside and the outside. In the former case, I put the end of a 2×4 through a pane, and in the latter (and a much more common occurrence) an errant pass with a basketball (or perhaps it was a fit of anger after yet another missed shot) did the duty.Regardless of the cause, this is one problem you want to fix as soon as possible. Broken glass is a safety issue, a security problem, and an invitation to every bird and hornet in the neighborhood to make your garage their next home.It's not difficult to replace a pane of glass. ​Learn how with these instructions.Keep It SafeGarage doors are much safer these days than they used to be. That is especially true of garage doors equipped with garage door openers. Older garage door openers did not have the kinds of safety features that would stop them before closing on a child or pet wandering in or out of the garage while the door closed. That made for many tragic stories.But the improvements in safety haven't eliminated safety concerns when it comes to garage doors. Everyone needs to understand how to stay safe in the garage. See 10 Garage Door Safety Tips for some suggestions. Garage Door Opener ProblemsHave you ever noticed just how much you use, and rely on, your garage door opener? Sure, we spend the big bucks for attractive front doors to our homes, but for many of us, the actual coming and going takes place through the garage. And that means we depend on the garage door opening and closing at the press of a button.So, when the garage door opener decides to take a day off, it can leave you stuck outside, probably during a rain or snow storm. Though they may seem complicated, there really are several things most homeowners can do to diagnose and repair opener failures. A good place to start is with Troubleshooting the Most Common Garage Door Opener Problems.Replacing a Garage DoorThere are really only a couple of reasons why you would consider replacing your garage door. Either is has stopped working properly, or you are sick of the way it looks. Most often, it is some combination of those two factors.Unfortunately, shopping for a new garage door isn't a particularly easy process. Most of us rarely perform this type of shopping, and there really aren't a lot of consumer publications offering solid information on the best choices.It helps to break things down into bite-sized pieces. Your first thought might be along the lines of “What is a new garage door going to cost me?” A good place to look for answers to that question is with these frequently asked questions about the costs of a new garage door.From there, you ought to consider the different materials that garage doors are constructed from (see Choosing the Best Garage Door Material. Once you understand something about materials, you then need to make sure you choose the style of garage door that best complements your house. For that, see Understanding Garage Door Styles.Concerned about doing the right thing for the environment? Then take a look at Choosing a Green Garage Door.Finally, once you've narrowed down the type of garage door you want to grace the front of your garage, you will want to Get the Best Deal on a Garage Door Replacement. And part of that process will probably require that you find a good garage door installer.

Plastic Storage Cabinet

Plastic Storage Cabinet

At Lowe’s, we have everything you need to organize a garage. Think of us as your garage makeover specialists. We have an array of garage storage solutions to help redefine your space. Install wire shelving, metal shelving, metal garage cabinets and industrial shelving to keep […]

Garage Door Openers Reviews

Garage Door Openers Reviews

Types of Garage Door Openers Belt-Drive Garage Door OpenersChain-Drive Garage Door OpenersDirect-Drive Garage Door Openers Belt-Drive Garage Door OpenersBelt-drive openers use a metal-reinforced rubber belt to raise and lower the garage door. They are the most popular type of opener, but are also more pricey […]

Red Bedroom Ideas

Red Bedroom Ideas

Simon Upton By Kelsey Kloss Jul 29, 2016 Red is a hue that can evoke a number of emotions: It can be energizing and glossy in a living room, spicy and appetizing in a kitchen, and just sensual enough in a bedroom. However, choosing the right red can be tricky. (Remember when Mr. Big painted his bedroom bright red?). To make sure you don’t go overboard, we’ve collected our favorite red walls from incredibly designed homes, along with top designers’ insights on how best to pull it off. Read on for their tips on incorporating this statement hue into your next room makeover. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Artsy, Vibrant Library Eric Piasecki In a couple’s Houston abode designed by J. Randall Powers, vibrant red walls instantly draw attention to impressive pieces of art from the owners’ collection — but this isn’t a choice for the reserved. “Pulling off a red room is like pulling off red lipstick, because it takes guts and attitude,” says Powers. “After six tries, we all agreed upon Tomato Red by Benjamin Moore. It’s the perfect red to pair with rich woods, contemporary art and feels saturated enough to be the life of the party.” The library’s sofa and ottoman are covered in a Pierre Frey linen velvet, the William Haines cane chair and cocktail table originally belonged to the wife’s grandfather and the artwork is by Vik Muniz. A Sensuous Bedroom Simon Upton Red walls don’t always need to be approached with bright paint. In this slightly more muted red guest room in antiques dealer and interior designer Lorenzo Castillo’s home, wallpaper by Sanderson creates a sophisticated yet sensuous backdrop for the space. The headboard is upholstered in a Valentino velvet, the bench is Louis XV–style and the Spanish mirrors are 17th- and 18th-century. The paintings are by ­Yturralde. A Glossy Dining Room Thomas Loof If you’re not prepared to paint an entire wall red, try just part of the wall, as interior designer Celerie Kemble did on the trimming and wooden overlay on the mirror paneling of this East Hampton dining room. “We chose a deep raspberry color that was a few shades more pungent than the pink-red used in the centers of the peonies on the hand-painted Frontal scenic wallpaper,” says Kemble. “The high gloss finish of the paint holds equal shine power to the reflective glimmer of the mirror and lifts some additional reflective elements up high to the ceiling, making the room feel dynamic and balanced.” The trim color is Pantone’s Tibetan Red, and the vintage chandelier is from D & G Antiques. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Earthy Kitchen Jean-François Jaussaud Warm rust is an appealing backdrop for a contemporary space, as proved in this Copenhagen kitchen belonging to gallery owner Mikael Andersen. The hue complements an earthy vintage table by Hans Wegner. The chairs are midcentury designs by Kaare Klint. A Kid-Friendly Bathroom Grey Crawford This bathroom may be in the Napa Valley home of interior designer Martha Angus, but she can’t take credit for its colorful design. “My son, who was 12 years old at the time, chose this coral red and wanted it not just for the walls, but also for the baseboard, trim and ceiling,” says Angus. “I asked him if he was sure he wanted so much coral red, but I’m pretty embarrassed I doubted him. I love the result of the bathroom color. It’s a wonderful bathroom.” Small bathrooms are ideal for experimenting with vivid colors on every wall (with larger bathrooms, it may be best to start with an accent wall). The sconces, mirror, sink vanity and fittings are by Waterworks. An Elegant Guest Room Rich With Contrast Eric Piasecki A maroon red backdrop adds sophisticated dimension to a bed alcove in a guest room in the 11th-century Normandy, France, château of fashion designer Gérard Tremolet. The color echoes the red outlines throughout the rest of the spaces, drawing the red and bright yellow into one cohesive aesthetic. The wallcoverings and bed-curtains are of a Thevenon toile de Jouy and the bed alcove is lined in taffeta. The armchair is Louis XV, and the rug is Russian. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Child’s Room Bold Enough For An Explorer Thomas Loof In the East Hampton home designed by Kemble, bright red wallpaper offers a joyful contrast to the ceiling, painted in Benjamin Moore’s American Cheese, and the blue striped rug by Dash & Albert. “We were excited by the big red color field behind the intricately-drawn continents, specifically how the red replaces the enormous blue of the ocean we are accustomed to seeing on a map,” says Kemble. The bunk beds are by Pottery Barn Kids and are dressed in bedding Sferra. An Elegant, Floral Kitchen Simon Upton Red adds an appetizing spice to kitchen design, as shown in this London flat designed by Alex Papachristidis. In quaint, elegant style, 19th-century neoclassical prints are displayed against Nina Campbell’s Tamarin wallpaper from Osborne & Little. A Cozy, Welcoming Den Simon Upton In the den of this 18th-century apartment on the Left Bank of Paris, the walls and 18th-century Chippendale armchair at right are covered in a Pierre Frey fabric, creating a warm atmosphere ideal for reading or conversation. The sofa by Howard and Sons is upholstered in a Charles Burger cotton, and the leather armchair is Regency; the custom-made tatami mat was inspired by an 18th-century Persian design. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Elevated Roman Study Gianni Franchellucci An English chandelier from the early 1900s stands out against the matte red walls in this Roman palazzo. The 19th-century painting over the door was found in a Palermo flea market. This room is an example of how red can blend well with neutral earthy colors, but also a bit of shine, for a cozy yet elevated aesthetic. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below
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Simon Upton By Kelsey Kloss Jul 29, 2016 Red is a hue that can evoke a number of emotions: It can be energizing and glossy in a living room, spicy and appetizing in a kitchen, and just sensual enough in a bedroom. However, choosing the right red can be tricky. (Remember when Mr. Big painted his bedroom bright red?). To make sure you don’t go overboard, we’ve collected our favorite red walls from incredibly designed homes, along with top designers’ insights on how best to pull it off. Read on for their tips on incorporating this statement hue into your next room makeover. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Artsy, Vibrant Library Eric Piasecki In a couple’s Houston abode designed by J. Randall Powers, vibrant red walls instantly draw attention to impressive pieces of art from the owners’ collection — but this isn’t a choice for the reserved. “Pulling off a red room is like pulling off red lipstick, because it takes guts and attitude,” says Powers. “After six tries, we all agreed upon Tomato Red by Benjamin Moore. It’s the perfect red to pair with rich woods, contemporary art and feels saturated enough to be the life of the party.” The library’s sofa and ottoman are covered in a Pierre Frey linen velvet, the William Haines cane chair and cocktail table originally belonged to the wife’s grandfather and the artwork is by Vik Muniz. A Sensuous Bedroom Simon Upton Red walls don’t always need to be approached with bright paint. In this slightly more muted red guest room in antiques dealer and interior designer Lorenzo Castillo’s home, wallpaper by Sanderson creates a sophisticated yet sensuous backdrop for the space. The headboard is upholstered in a Valentino velvet, the bench is Louis XV–style and the Spanish mirrors are 17th- and 18th-century. The paintings are by ­Yturralde. A Glossy Dining Room Thomas Loof If you’re not prepared to paint an entire wall red, try just part of the wall, as interior designer Celerie Kemble did on the trimming and wooden overlay on the mirror paneling of this East Hampton dining room. “We chose a deep raspberry color that was a few shades more pungent than the pink-red used in the centers of the peonies on the hand-painted Frontal scenic wallpaper,” says Kemble. “The high gloss finish of the paint holds equal shine power to the reflective glimmer of the mirror and lifts some additional reflective elements up high to the ceiling, making the room feel dynamic and balanced.” The trim color is Pantone’s Tibetan Red, and the vintage chandelier is from D & G Antiques. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Earthy Kitchen Jean-François Jaussaud Warm rust is an appealing backdrop for a contemporary space, as proved in this Copenhagen kitchen belonging to gallery owner Mikael Andersen. The hue complements an earthy vintage table by Hans Wegner. The chairs are midcentury designs by Kaare Klint. A Kid-Friendly Bathroom Grey Crawford This bathroom may be in the Napa Valley home of interior designer Martha Angus, but she can’t take credit for its colorful design. “My son, who was 12 years old at the time, chose this coral red and wanted it not just for the walls, but also for the baseboard, trim and ceiling,” says Angus. “I asked him if he was sure he wanted so much coral red, but I’m pretty embarrassed I doubted him. I love the result of the bathroom color. It’s a wonderful bathroom.” Small bathrooms are ideal for experimenting with vivid colors on every wall (with larger bathrooms, it may be best to start with an accent wall). The sconces, mirror, sink vanity and fittings are by Waterworks. An Elegant Guest Room Rich With Contrast Eric Piasecki A maroon red backdrop adds sophisticated dimension to a bed alcove in a guest room in the 11th-century Normandy, France, château of fashion designer Gérard Tremolet. The color echoes the red outlines throughout the rest of the spaces, drawing the red and bright yellow into one cohesive aesthetic. The wallcoverings and bed-curtains are of a Thevenon toile de Jouy and the bed alcove is lined in taffeta. The armchair is Louis XV, and the rug is Russian. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below A Child’s Room Bold Enough For An Explorer Thomas Loof In the East Hampton home designed by Kemble, bright red wallpaper offers a joyful contrast to the ceiling, painted in Benjamin Moore’s American Cheese, and the blue striped rug by Dash & Albert. “We were excited by the big red color field behind the intricately-drawn continents, specifically how the red replaces the enormous blue of the ocean we are accustomed to seeing on a map,” says Kemble. The bunk beds are by Pottery Barn Kids and are dressed in bedding Sferra. An Elegant, Floral Kitchen Simon Upton Red adds an appetizing spice to kitchen design, as shown in this London flat designed by Alex Papachristidis. In quaint, elegant style, 19th-century neoclassical prints are displayed against Nina Campbell’s Tamarin wallpaper from Osborne & Little. A Cozy, Welcoming Den Simon Upton In the den of this 18th-century apartment on the Left Bank of Paris, the walls and 18th-century Chippendale armchair at right are covered in a Pierre Frey fabric, creating a warm atmosphere ideal for reading or conversation. The sofa by Howard and Sons is upholstered in a Charles Burger cotton, and the leather armchair is Regency; the custom-made tatami mat was inspired by an 18th-century Persian design. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below An Elevated Roman Study Gianni Franchellucci An English chandelier from the early 1900s stands out against the matte red walls in this Roman palazzo. The 19th-century painting over the door was found in a Palermo flea market. This room is an example of how red can blend well with neutral earthy colors, but also a bit of shine, for a cozy yet elevated aesthetic.

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Sliding Glass Door Blinds

French Doors A common problem for French Door blinds is that the handles get in the way of functionality. The solution is to buy shallow blinds for your French doors that fit comfortably between the door and decorative handles. French door blinds should enhance the […]