Whether your family lives in a metropolitan apartment, a brand new custom home in suburbia, or a century-old 1000 square foot house like I do, most of us parents want our kids’ rooms to feel calm, organized, and spacious.
Whether you’re a minimalist by choice or necessity, it can be a real struggle finding a home for all of your belongings in a small space.
The best way to think about storage solutions for your small space is to set aside any ideas you might have about what storage should be (e.g. closets, attic, etc.) and focus on the possibilities for storage in your current home.
If you’re selling your home yourself one of the most important things you can do to put your home in its best light is to upload great photos that will generate interest in your listing.
But, you don’t have to spend a ton of money on a professional photographer nor do you need tons of fancy equipment to take great real estate pics of your home.
Imagine what it would be like to have no monthly mortgage.
To have the freedom to use the money you would be sending to your lender for that dream vacation you’ve always wanted to take with the family.
Or to transform that cluttered kitchen into the envy of the neighborhood.
But no sooner do you sit down when you hear a funny noise coming from the ceiling fan above your head. Looking up, you see the fan blades begin to slow down until the whole unit shakes and vibrates, before freezing in place. Read More