Mudrooms are a practical addition to any house since they provide a midway point from the outside to the inside. In addition to being a place to leave muddy shoes and wet coats, it’s great for pets, laundry, and keeping the family organized for daily activities.
But, like other busy areas of our homes, they can quickly become cluttered and defeat their intended purpose of organization and keeping the outside, well…outside!
While the “work from home” trend had already been growing, COVID put it into overdrive.
As a result, our homes have had to serve us in ways we never could have anticipated. Home is no longer just a place we go to unwind at the end of the day; it also serves as an office, a school, a restaurant, a movie theater, a gym, and frequently several of these functions simultaneously.
Severe weather, such as blizzards, hurricanes, wildfires, or an outbreak of tornadoes, seems to occur more frequently every year. While this can make it difficult for everyone, it’s crucial for elderly people to be equipped for inclement weather.
If you have aging family members who live on their own, following are some things to think about that will help you prepare them for severe weather.
When selecting decor, it’s easy to get caught in the trap of using the latest and hottest trends in home design. But these choices often don’t stand the test of time and cut into your savings over time.
To add value to your home — and avoid the hassle and financial burden of constantly redecorating — it’s important to understand the difference between timeless and trendy designs.
Your front door is one of the first things that people will notice about your home. Additionally, a solid front door offers defense against the weather, ensuring that your home’s inside remains cozy and dry. When properly maintained, a front door can last for many years. Are you able to tell when a simple fix will do or if a new door is needed?