Finding ideas on decorating smaller living spaces can be difficult in this era of suburban mini estates. The Home Neighborhood has many helpful books on decorating small homes and apartments.
Need money saving tips to reduce your cooling bill? Check out the US Department of Energy website for ideas on how to reduce costs AND stay cool.
If you are getting ready to paint the outside of your house, the Library has several books that could help you.
When juggling the demands of summer, it’s easy to decide that mowing your lawn every other week is as good as your yard is going to get. But you don’t have to sacrifice your home landscaping needs to summer’s craze.
Sometimes the best resource is a magazine. If you are looking for DIY project, or you need practical advice on purchasing tools, The Family Handyman is the magazine for you.
More than any other room in the house, the bathroom can become a private oasis, a place to get away to and shut out the world.
June is National Home Safety Month. Find out how to keep your home safe.
Outdoor retreats are both comfortable and add value to your property. Creating a comfortable outdoor getaway that reflects your personality is easy with all the new furnishings available. The Home Neighborhood has a wonderful selection of books that will get you started on creating your own unique space.
Now that winter is over and the temperatures are rising, it is time for some spring cleaning. Learn how the Library’s Home Neighborhood collection can help you with this annual task.
Banish winter by sprucing up the exterior of your home.
Dirt. The word conjures up many connotations. “He’s as old as dirt.” Dirt is ancient, it’s been around since the beginning of time. To “get the dirt” on someone – to know their secrets, the things they are hiding. “Ashes to ashes, dust to dust.” When we die, we return to the soil as all [...]