Articles tagged #WOOD
Feeling Festive? Be prepared for every Holiday this season!
Happy holidays are rarely possible if you wing it, so you’ll need to be prepared early on for every holiday and finish off this season with something special for all your friends and family. The holiday rush is brimming with gift exchanges, but our customizable presents will allow you to add a personal touch for a lasting impression.
Stock up on custom Kitchenware for any Thanksgiving feast
If you plan on cooking up a holiday meal that makes everyone thankful, you’ll need the best kitchenware for your perfect Thanksgiving feast. But a gorgeous family dinner, filled with dishes and desserts of all sorts, can be a monumental challenge. It’s always best to prepare, so be sure to consider our kitchenware early and start the holidays right.
Decorate, Harvest, and Celebrate Kickoff to prepare for Fall 2022
As summer finally settles and the weather cools, it’s almost time to celebrate kickoff for the new football season and decorate the home to prepare for fall 2022. You might also have to begin harvesting the garden, and maybe add a few signs as fresh pumpkins and other treats ripen. We’ve got all the décor and gifts you need to welcome fall smoothly and warmly.
Custom Indoor-Outdoor House Signs
“All the great mansions have names, right?” Dan asks. “Well our home is no mansion, however; to us it is everything.”
Need to Get Away? You’re Probably Right!
What do you need to restore your well-being? A trip to the beach, the mountains, the desert or the plains? Kick boxing, yoga, a wine tasting or a good book? Researchers say it’s important to indulge in your favorite leisure activities to relieve stress, benefit your health and enjoy life more.
Natural Wood Décor
Consult an interior designer and they will tell you that the use of wood and natural light in your home has a beneficial effect on stress reduction, psychological health and well-being. Recent studies show home furnishings and décor made from natural wood, as opposed to more industrial or synthetic materials like steel, concrete or plastics, increases positive emotions. Participants commonly describe wood in rooms to be “warm,” “comfortable,” “relaxing,” “natural” and “inviting,” and appear to have a strong belief that the use of wood can help to create healthful environments.