Home Channel TV – Vlog 12:
Today we are visiting the Cliffs of Fontana in Fontana Wisconsin. This is a new home community by Plote Homes. The community offers 5 ranch plans and 1 two-story plan. The homes range from 1,700 square feet to more than 2,500 square feet. Plote offers 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2 to 3 baths and elegant finishes throughout!
Learn more about the Cliffs of Fontana here: http://www.plotehomes.com/cliffs-of-fontana.html
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Nature Inspired Wall Murals
It’s the perfect time of year to introduce some nature into your decor. With everything in bloom and the weather warming, spring is on our minds. What better way to celebrate this wonderful time of year than with some nature-inspired decor? Introducing nature-inspired elements into the design of your home is very simple with the variety of products and tools available today. The best, easiest and most affordable way to do this is with wall murals.Decorating the Nursery With Ease
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As windows are the eyes of the home and are a major focal point of any room, it is only fitting they deserve special treatment. And, yet, the modern impulse to forget or play down their dressing is omnipresent. It appears that when there is a “view,” the decorative framing aspect of that vista is dismissed. Instead of enhancing the attractive outside perspective, dressing the window has oftentimes become a forgotten art.