12 TIPS TO MAKE YOUR MASTER BEDROOM FEEL LARGER THAN IT IS In my years working with 1st timers, there have been a few who’ve questioned the size of the home they bought. I have heard from “It seems smaller than the show home” to “Should I measure the rooms to make sure they sold […]
If your new nest had a previous owner, then most likely refreshing (or renovating) the heart of your home is on the top of your list
Your first home is a financial investment and needs a design strategy. Don’t furnish it, don’t remodel it before knowing where you are heading first.
That “missing something” is the syndrome I call the “Unfinished Home Syndrome” and if your house has it, it is not alone.
Perhaps you feel that you lack space in your home and often think that getting new baskets, bins, and labels are the solutions you need.
Either one, facing the Christmas countdown can be stressful, especially if you grew up in a home where Christmas was a big deal!
If you want to treat your design project like a pro, start with interviewing yourself first. Why? Because that is how designers do it: they begin every design project with a client interview. During this initial visit, both client and designer have an opportunity to determine if they are a good match for each […]
When shopping for your first house, compromising is part of the process. Be prepared to make some hard decisions by identifying what you really need and why.
Last week I opened my internet browser to find out what kind of help is out there for First-Time Home Buyers. My search revealed an unexpected truth: There are tips, checklists, and articles about the steps for buying a house, what you need to know about purchasing your first home, flipping a property, top 3 […]