July 2018

Found 3 blog entries for July 2018.

These Vintage Bathroom Decorations are Hot Trends Once Again

Styles tend to make a comeback but that doesn’t mean just fashion. Interior design trends can come back around, too, and that’s what we’re seeing with these vintage bathroom decorations.

If you’re a fan of retro pieces, some of these trends could fit right into your home decor. Mix them with old or new items and your bathroom may just become your favorite place in your home. These are a few vintage bathroom decorations that are making a comeback, according to Realtor.com.

Vintage Sinks

Vintage sinks are replacing the boring old faucet and cabinet combination. This gives a vintage look to a bathroom and it gives the washroom a clean, minimalistic feel. If your bathroom includes a

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Kelly Clarkson Lists Her $8.75 Million Mansion For Sale

Pop star Kelly Clarkson’s beautiful mansion is on the market. Her Hendersonville home is on sale for $8.75 million.

The home boasts an impressive seven bedrooms and nine and a half bathrooms. It was built 11 years ago, back in 2007. This house was actually custom designed by Clarkson and, judging by the photos, she definitely has an eye for design. She’s currently in the process of building a new house in the Middle Tennessee Area, according to The Tennessean. She also just purchased an $8.5 million home in California for true bicoastal living.

Clarkson’s Hendersonville house is 20,121 square feet and it has a lot of amenities. There’s a gym, beautiful pool that overlooks the water, outdoor

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Here’s What Your New Construction Builder Warranty Covers

If you’re buying a new construction home, you need to be familiar with your warranty. The builder warranty is very important but it covers things you may not realize — and leaves out some you may not realize.

First, it’s important to understand the difference between a builder warranty and a home warranty. To sum it up, a builder warranty covers new construction or possibly a remodel by a builder. On the other hand, a home warranty comes to homes that aren’t newly built. These usually cover appliances and systems like electric, plumbing, etc.

Now that you understand the difference between these two warranties, you should get to know your builder warranty. According to Realtor.com, a

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