Healthy Home should be the most comfortable place to rest, socialize and share happiness with family members. Good home care must be done to maintain the quality of life of its residents.

Maybe you have lived in the same place for years. But do you know the requirements of a healthy home?

Here are 7 requirements for a healthy home for your health and comfort and that of your family:

Regularly Cleaned

Unlike in other countries, America is a country with a lot of dust. Dust from the surrounding environment, pollution from vehicles passing by around the house and the lack of greenery to protect against dust are the main factors that make the house dirty quickly.

The house should be cleaned frequently, the floor in every room swept and mopped every day. Household furniture and furniture should be wiped periodically with a damp cloth to avoid dust flying when …

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Are you expecting a new addition to your family soon? If so, congratulations! This can be an exciting time for your whole family. But it can also be a bit of a challenge, especially when it comes to finding room for everyone. One thing you may need to do is adapt your furniture to fit your growing family. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips on how to do that.

living room bed

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1. Getting a family mattress

The first thing you may need to do is get a family mattress. A family mattress is essentially a larger, more spacious version of the traditional mattress that can accommodate multiple people at once. This type of mattress will be especially useful if you have young children or babies who need plenty of room to sleep comfortably. As Sleepline professionals note, there are many different models and sizes

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Today we’re visiting with Sharon Danovich Lupone in Pittsburgh. We’ve been to her garden before (Sharon’s Pennsylvania Garden, Part 2 and Sharon’s Pennsylvania Garden), and today she’s sharing some views of the garden is it moves into fall.

pink panicle hydrangeas and other various shrubsAs summer winds down, the blooms of the panicle hydrangeas (Hydrangea paniculata, Zones 3–8) take on rosey hues.

two wooden rocking chairs on a patio in the shadeComfortable chairs invite you to sit and enjoy the garden.

plants next to the front porchA pot of coleus (Coleus scutellarioides, Zones 9–11 or as an annual) gives season-long color next to the front steps. The russet hues of the foliage complement the house perfectly and seem even more appropriate as autumn approaches.

small table in the garden set with a vase of pink hydrnageasHydrangea flowers in a vase and a flowering stem of sedum (Hylotelephium spectabile, Zones 3–9) laid across the plate help to make a beautiful garden table setting.

large hosta under a tree in the gardenThe late summer sun streams through the garden. The hosta leaves are still

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HI THERE. Happy Monday! We’re out of office today in honor of Indigenous Peoples’ Day, but I didn’t wanna leave you hanging without your daily morning coffee read…so today, I’m popping on really quickly to fill you in on the design news we’ve been talking about behind the scenes at EHD. But before we dig into the ~hot gossip~ (it’s not hot gossip; it is just regular news, I’m sorry for lying!!!), I wanted to highlight this incredible roundup of 27 Native-owned brands that Ryann created – if you’re looking to support some incredible small businesses today, that post is an INCREDIBLE resource. We’ll see you back here tomorrow morning for our regularly scheduled programming, but in the interim…CAN WE TALK ABOUT THESE 8 LITTLE DESIGN STORIES?

Nate + Jeremiah’s Collection For PetSmart

via petsmart

STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING. Watch this announcement video. (I’ll wait.) Ready? I know that …

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Today we’re talking about the stock market! Just kidding. Exactly as the title suggests, we’re going to show you how we earned some really useful extra storage in our new kitchen by upgrading a formerly VERY PACKED utility closet. It used to basically just have a water heater and an HVAC system in it without much room for anything else, and now there’s, say it with me… so much room for activities. Ok, not for like cartwheels, but significantly more room to store stuff than before. Like maybe 500% more. Really.

Two Toned Ikea Kitchen Cabinets With Stainless Appliances

If you watched our drawer-by-drawer kitchen organization video, you already got a peek at what we have going on in there, but today we’re sharing all the angles, and explaining how we were able to take this closet from “mostly water heater” to “so much everything else.”

Small Utility Closet Organized With Cube Storage And Open Shelving

The Utility Closet Before

We don’t have a lot of “before”

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Proof that this modern kitchen is timeless? The remodel could have been done three or 13 years ago, in the best way. To avoid the obsolesce of too-trendy finishes, architect Malcom Davis achieved an urban farmhouse-style kitchen with board-and-batten paneling, ceramic tile, soapstone, and Carrara paired with industrial furnishings and a Wolf range. Here, we detail the key components of the look.

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Above: The black and white (or neutral) kitchen in the 1871 Victorian is refitted with modern lower cabinets and a single floating shelf for dinnerware. Photography by Paul Dyer courtesy of Malcolm Davis Architecture.
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Above: The kitchen opens out seamlessly into the garden for multiple dining spaces attached to the kitchen. Photography by Paul Dyer courtesy of Malcolm Davis Architecture.


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Above: The paneling and ceiling are painted Benjamin Moore Nimbus (1465), a soft gray—”at 50 percent strength,” the owners say referring to the mix
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