08 December 2017

The Art of Latte Art

Ever sit down at a coffee shop and see art in your latte?  The unexpected flower or animal floating can be a nice surprise. The figures are made when pouring milk into a shot of espresso.  When pouring, the artist uses the steam to draw on the latte’s surface.  This can be tricky and requiresRead the full article

22 November 2017

How to Make the Most of Fall Fun

What is there not to love about the Fall season? Its hard not to become lost in the beautiful colors, the smell of pumpkin and cinnamon, and all those delicious foods. Every year we anxiously wait for Fall and then find disappointment when it comes and goes faster than you can say “Winter.” Let’s makeRead the full article

10 November 2017

Tea Time Engagement Party Ideas

The best part about engagement parties is that both the bride and the groom attend, unlike every other event leading up to the big day. I say, keep the bridal shower and bachelorette simple and go all out on the one you get to spend together. Here are three different ways to throw a tea time engagement party. TheRead the full article

06 November 2017

Creative Ways to Display Books Without a Bookshelf

Bookshelf, schmookshelf! Who needs one? No really, bookshelves are awesome and make a lot of sense but maybe your library has outgrown the one or two you have. More than likely, if you have this many books you love them and want to take care of them. You’re not just going to strew them aboutRead the full article

23 October 2017

The Day of the Dead

While partaking in your traditional Halloween festivities this weekend, you may consider picking up some new ones. Every year Mexico celebrates Dia de los Muertos, a.k.a. the Day of the Dead. This holiday takes place on November 1st of every year and extends through November 2nd and is all about honoring ones we love whoRead the full article

13 October 2017

Interior Design by Season

What if we all lived our lives according to the seasons? Sure, this is what Mother Nature intended and how things once were, but to us the thought is so foreign. But what if we ate only in season produce? What if we migrated during cold or storm seasons? And what if instead of justRead the full article

06 October 2017

Lighting Size and Placement Guide (Infographic)

Light fixtures can take a space from dull to design instantly. The smallest changes can bring your entire space together. This infographic is a great guide to picking the right size fixtures for your space, as well as how and where to place them. We recommend getting a professional to do the installation for safetyRead the full article

29 September 2017

Kentuckiana’s Most Haunted Locations

It’s almost Halloween and haunted houses are being advertised everywhere. What we don’t hear enough about are the real life hauntings that inspired the money making attractions people flock to every year. The Southern Indiana and Louisville areas are full of these interesting locations, and many of them hold tours year-round. The most popular ofRead the full article

Red House Restoration in Floyds Knobs

This project started with a concerned customer who was frustrated about the paint system on his home.  Upon initial inspection we noticed the color had faded (the color had faded within 24 months of painting).  The customer also shared that his home had been painted with Duration, by Sherwin-Williams.  We were a little surprised byRead the full article

19 September 2017

Decorating Your Pumpkin This Halloween

What better way to spend time with family and friends this fall then by challenging yourself to step up your pumpkin carving/decorating skills. The triangle eyes and zigzag mouth will always be classic for Halloween but this year try thinking outside the box. If art really isn’t your thing, don’t worry! There are plenty of toolsRead the full article