When buying your first home, you’ll be hearing a lot of “congratulations” and “isn’t it exciting.” However, what your friends and family may fail to grasp is just how bewildered and uncertain you may be feeling, not knowing what to do first.
To help you out, we’re bringing you a short list of items to invest in and items to save on when furnishing your very first home.
Spring is finally here!
Which means, for a lot of the world, that summer weather is on the horizon. So why not add an outdoor kitchen to help you take advantage of the beautiful days and nights in the months ahead?
Outdoor kitchens can vary in scope and size; they can be as simple as a table and a portable grill or as complex as a full-fledged kitchen, only waterproofed!
Which means the cost of an outdoor kitchen can vary greatly depending on how much of it you do yourself, and the components you add.
Moving in with your partner is always
exciting, but usually, there’s some trepidation involved as well. What will
your home look like? How will you adapt from having your own space to sharing
it? Our 7 tips will help you ease your way into creating a home both of you
A mother-in-law suite is just one of many names for a structure (often self-contained) that’s extraneous to the main housing unit.
Depending on where you live, some of the other names used to define this type of housing include mother-in-law apartment, guesthouse, in-law suite, accessory dwelling unit, or casita.
Ever had this happen?
You’ve just plopped down on your big comfy couch, settling in to watch your favorite show when Fido starts whining and pawing at the door.
Frustrating, isn’t it?