4 Ways To Protect Your New Mattress From Your Cats

As a cat owner, you likely already know just how much trouble they can get in—especially when you are sleeping and they are unsupervised. If you have recently begun shopping for a new mattress, it is important that you also recognize the challenges that cats can create. In order for the mattress to stay in good condition for many years to come so that you can remain happy with your purchase, it is vital that you look into the following ways that you can protect the mattress. [Read More]

Downsizing Your Home? How To Be Sure You Get The Most Out Of Your Old Furniture

When you have made the major decision to downsize your home and live a life that is more economical and more eco-friendly, you may find yourself wondering what you can and should do with your old furniture that will take up too much space in your new, smaller home. Before you make plans to have a garage sale or post ads on a site like Craigslist, get to know how you can be sure that you get the most out of your used furniture. [Read More]

How To Decorate A Contemporary Bedroom

If you have decided to create a contemporary mood in your bedroom, here are some ideas that might help you to plan something very special. Remember that there's a difference between modern decorating and contemporary decorating. In a nutshell, modern means anything from the 1920s to the 1950s, or from the twentieth century. Contemporary means that the look is current, though it also borrows from other styles and eras. Part of what makes decorating a contemporary bedroom so much fun is that your room can have an eclectic feeling, which means that you choose anything you love to incorporate into the room. [Read More]

Considering A Toddler Bed? Why You Should Skip The Little Bed Set

When your toddler is transitioning from a crib to a bed, and you aren't sure what to buy, make sure that you do some research and make the smartest financial investment. You can easily spend hundreds of dollars on a mattress--or even more than that on a bed frame--so you should buy something that never has to be replaced. Here are some things to think about. Buy One Size Don't spend money on a toddler mattress and a toddler bed--or even a twin bed--if you know you are going to get them a queen or something larger when they get older and have the space. [Read More]