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Fresh Ideas for Your Home

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Did you know? Boysenberry is the most important new interior design color.

…According to the Color Marketing Group.
No matter how you spell it – boysenberry or boyz-n-berry or boys-and-berry, this vibrant color is off-the-charts right now, in what's new and fashionable in interior design. You’ll be seeing a lot of it soon, and you might just want to add some boysenberry accents to your home environment. Boysenberry is a purple shade, with a hint of red, and it looks as delicious as it sounds. Experts tell us that purple hues (like boysenberry) communicate good judgment, so it's probably a smart move to add some to your house this fall!
It’s also said that purple can provide peace of mind and a sense of calm. And, of course, purple is considered the color of royalty, so it exudes sophistication and luxury.
Even though boysenberry is bold, it can be the focal color in a room and not be overbearing. It’s also beautiful in combination with a variety of other hues. Best of all, …

Budgeting for Window Treatments in Utah

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One of the questions I get asked the most is how much should someone plan on paying or plan to budget for window coverings. This is an excellent question and the answer has many different factors.

Window coverings is typically one of the last things to be thought about or installed in a home, and at that point, homeowners, especially clients who have just built a new house are at the end of the budget, and are mentally spent on making decisions. That's where we come in! If you are planning on building a new home, you could start off by setting up a budget meeting with a window covering specialist, such as ourselves, to educate you on the different options available in window coverings, and get a budget set up based on your likes, needs, and wants.

There are quite a few things to consider when purchasing window treatments, and the more information you can get will help make the decision making experience a lot less painful.

 The average home buyer has been shown to spend approxi…