Eight products to modernize your home

Eight products to modernize your home

Is your home looking dated? You might be surprised how just a few well-selected purchases can freshen up your home and make it look a lot more modern. Here are eight products you can buy to make your home worthy of a magazine cover.




  1. Floating shelves. One of the most popular home design trends right now is the use of floating shelves. Floating shelves come in many different styles but as long as they have the characteristic of appearing to ""float"" on the wall, it will give your home a modern look. The shelves hide the support mechanisms that secure them to the wall. As a bonus, they’ll give you additional space to display photographs and other knick-knacks.


  3. Fire ball set. Looking to do something a little different with your gas fireplace? Replace those fake logs with a fire ball set. It creates a sophisticated look and will sure to be talked about by your guests when they come over.


  5. Chic area rug. The floor tends to be the most underutilized space in a home. That’s because most people assume there’s nothing else to do once the flooring, be it carpet, hardwood, or tile is installed. However, a nice area rug can really modernize the room. It draws people’s attention to the floor and creates some visual separation.


  7. Sleek dining table. The dining table, whether in the kitchen or in a formal dining room is always going to be a focal point. It tends to be in a highly visible and highly trafficked location in your home so if you want to give your home a new look, a new, sleek dining table is a must. Make sure it’s not only stylish but functional given your family’s needs. Glass tabletops, steel frames, and combinations of wood and steel are popular dining table trends right now.


  9. Smart lighting. Lighting is another aspect of interior design that’s often overlooked. But good lighting can make all the difference in any room of the home. If you really want to impress your guests, install smart LED lights. You can adjust the color and brightness of these bulbs from your smartphone to change the mood in any room of your home.


  11. Wall art. Some carefully chosen wall art can be a great finishing touch in any room. Abstract art pieces are especially good if you’re going for a modern design.


  13. Wall accents. Traditionally, paintings, framed photographs, and clocks were the only things that you would hang on your walls. But modern design is all about breaking tradition so why not go with some wall accents that will give your room that unique look? Some carefully chosen wall accents can add color and texture to a room.


  15. Baseboard heater covers. Nothing dates your home like those unsightly baseboard heaters that were so popular decades ago. Fortunately, you can purchase covers for these baseboard heaters. They’re easy to install as they just snap in place over your existing baseboard heaters and they will modernize any room in your home.


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    Measure Your Baseboard Heaters

    How to measure baseboard heaters:

    Step 1

    Always measure left to right, and twice for accuracy

    Step 2 

    Always measure left to right, and twice for accuracy

    Step 3


    Based on how your heater is configured,

    choose an option below to expand and view

    specific hot water baseboard heater measurement templates.

    [+] Option 1: Straight Heater Configuration
    [+] Option 2: L-Shape and U-Shape Configuration
    [+] Option 3: 45 Degrees, Z-Shape Configuration


    Now that you’ve learned how to measure baseboard heaters,

    you’re ready to order.

    Quickly review our prices listed below.

    Standard Size Tall Size
    Covers by the foot $21.95 $27.50
    Endcaps, Corners & Solid Couplers $22.95 $28.75
    Mesh Couplers $16.95 $21.95
    90 Outside Corner $35.95 $44.95
    Universal Size
    Wall Widgets $3.50
    Floor Widgets $4.50
    Wall Contraptions $8.50