Archive for July 2019
Who Is Involved in a New Home Build?
Remember all those group projects you had to do in school? Your group would start off on the right foot and vow to share the workload, but somewhere along the way, things would go south. Communication would break down, deadlines were missed, and ultimately, one person ended up doing the majority of the work. Those…Read More
Empty Nest Syndrome: What Is It and How to Work Through It
It used to be that you’d open the door after a long day of work to a sink full of dishes, an overflowing basket of laundry, and requests from your children for rides, money, or to sign permission slips. You’d spend your evening fixing dinner, rushing from one child’s soccer game to another child’s art…Read More
The Home Build Process: Lean On Your Interior Designer to Stay on Schedule
Buying a home has always been a big part of the “American Dream,” but building your ideal home to fit your exact wants and needs? Living in a beautiful house that you helped design from the ground up? That just brings the entire homeownership experience to the next level. You’ve undoubtedly heard stories, though, about…Read More
What Does An Interior Designer Do?
Here’s a question I get asked all the time: “What does an interior designer do?” It usually happens after mentioning that I’ve been brainstorming a blueprint edit or celebrating that a client ordered her new furniture and wanted to show the choices to me. People seem to have one general image of an interior designer…Read More
How to Downsize Your Home for the Next Stage of Your Life
This morning, your last child moved out of your home. You knew this day was coming for a while, but it wasn’t until just now that the bittersweet reality really hit you: While your children will always know that they are welcome in your house, they now have homes of their own. It’s time to…Read More
Future Planning & Your Home: What Decisions You Should Start Thinking About
Many of your friends are beginning to downsize and are actively looking for smaller homes to start this next phase of their lives. Their children have moved out. They’re inching closer to retirement, and they’re ready to travel — or at least spend a little less time cutting their massive lawns every week. This isn’t…Read More