Choosing furniture for you home—whether you’re starting from scratch with your first home, adding pieces to what you already have, remodeling a room, or down-sizing—is an adventurous proposition. A quest.
So, here’s one sure-fire tip that’s guaranteed to set you on the right track to creating the comfort and look that makes you feel “at home” when you walk through your front door: Build your room, each room in your home, around pieces you genuinely love.
Sleep researchers tell us that the average adult needs seven to eight hours sleep each night to stay healthy. Experts tout the value of exercise, power naps, and eliminating (or at least, reducing!) caffeine intake. “Take a warm bath,” they say. “Sip a cup tea. Eat light at night. Practice yoga. Infuse your bedroom with essential oils.” If we did all these things every night—productive as they are—we’d never have the time to sleep the seven to eight hours they recommend!
Here’s a few great ideas for a good night’s sleep from the sleep experts at Walker Furniture you can easily initiate in a couple of hours on a weekend afternoon that can turn your bedroom into the haven of your dreams.
Looking for a new sofa? Let’s get down to brass tacks. (Literally as well as figuratively!) This means knowing what to look for in a sofa, knowing the basic facts of what makes a “good sofa” good—even before we talk about style, color and fabric selection.
Because, after all is said and done, your ...
Though Las Vegans do not have snow and sleet and ice to contend with, temperatures drop significantly from our triple digit summers. Everybody digs out their down jackets, hats and scarfs and Ugg boots and bundles up big time.
But thanks to the wisdom and ingenuity of some shivering romantic soul who made cuddling "official," we can all keep warm together! Yep! It’s true! January 6th is National Cuddle Up Day.
“Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Jack Frost nipping at your nose.” Not exactly what comes to mind when you think about winter in Las Vegas! Still, Nevada’s cooler weather, the holidays, and the often nostalgic look at the end of another year can stir a hankering for “cozy” and “comfy,” especiall...