Steve Green

After graduating in 2011, Steve worked in the interior design industry as a sales, advisor, and marketer. He has been writing and editing since 2014 mostly in the home decor and gardening industry. His area of expertise includes home decor, color matching, and home improvement. Steve is passionate about architecture, interior trends, using colors, and improving all parts of his home. 10 years of professional web publishing and media experience. 8 years working in the home design and interior decor industry.

Posts by Steve Green:

Mediterranean Revival Architecture
| Updated October 8, 2023 | Published October 3, 2023

Mediterranean revival architecture is a style of building that was enormously popular in the first half of the 20th century, especially in coastal regions of the United States. It was used in a wide range of structures, from hotels to mansions, public buildings, and private residences. 

How to Decorate Around a Wall Vent

If you want to decorate around a wall vent to help make the overall space more aesthetically pleasing, there are a number of ways you can do this, for example by installing floating shelves nearby, or hanging wall art alongside a vent.

Lilac vs Lavender
| Updated September 18, 2023 | Published September 18, 2023

While many people mistakenly assume that lilac and lavender are interchangeable, they actually have subtle differences that mean they can create totally different responses and atmospheres.

Should You Caulk Baseboards

Baseboards bridge the gap between walls and floors, fulfilling both an aesthetic and functional purpose. There are advantages and disadvantages to caulking baseboards, so it all comes down to personal choice. This guide explores the most common pros and cons of caulking baseboards to help you determine whether you should caulk this architectural feature in your own home.

Types of Caulk
| Updated September 15, 2023 | Published September 15, 2023

Caulk is a sealant commonly used in home renovation projects, especially in bathrooms and kitchens. It helps seal the gaps around fixtures to make them watertight, for example around the edge of a bathtub or a kitchen sink. Caulk can also be used to create a neat line to give a more professional finish. If you’re getting stuck into a home renovation project, you’ll need some caulk at some point. Here we explore the different types of caulk and what scenarios they are best for, and we also investigate whether caulk is better than sealant.

How Long Does Rustoleum Paint Take to Dry

Rustoleum offers a number of fast-drying paints that are touch-dry in as little as 30 minutes. In this article, we take a closer look at the drying time of different types of Rustoleum paints.

What Colors Make Coral

Coral is a vibrant and playful color that’s essential for any summery color palette. It is a cross between orange and pink, and can be used to contrast against cool tones or add personality to neutral color palettes.

Man Cave Wall Colors
| Updated September 12, 2023 | Published September 12, 2023

The color of the walls in a man cave is going to heavily influence the overall feel of the space, so determining the right color requires a lot of thought.

Sofa Colors for White Walls
| Updated September 11, 2023 | Published September 11, 2023

There are so many different colors of sofa that will look great alongside a white wall, depending on the type of style or atmosphere you want to achieve. In this article, we examine the perfect sofa shades that harmonize with white walls.

Color Schemes for Kitchens with Hickory Cabinets

If you’ve moved into a home with a hickory kitchen, you might be thinking about what accessories or wall colors will go with it to give the space a new look. Hickory cabinets are solid and durable, so if you like the look of them then there’s no need to replace them. Instead, paint the walls and update the furnishings to give your kitchen a makeover. Here we explore the best color schemes to use with hickory kitchens.

Types of Stucco
| Updated September 9, 2023 | Published September 9, 2023

Stucco is a type of exterior finish used on both residential and commercial buildings.

Hallway runner sizes

Hallway runners typically come in two width sizes of 2 and 3 feet, and they come in a range of lengths ranging from 5 feet to 14 feet. Here, we explore the various standard hallway runner dimensions and explain how to measure for a hallway runner.