Somewhere deep down inside, we would all love a home with a huge kitchen, three different pantries and an endless kitchen island. Who wouldn’t love a living room that can fit as many couches as it could beds? The reality is that we don’t all live in the same universe as the characters of Friends, especially today–more and more people are vying for apartments, and rent is increasing as a result. Space is limited–and valuable.
2012 is almost over, which means that you get to look forward to a new year full of success, failure, surprise and change. If you’re thinking about taking a big step in the new year, why not start with your home? Here are some ways to reinvigorate your home in 2013.
Decorating for the holidays can seem like a monumental task–how will you ever make your home as perfectly cozy as the ones in movies? Here are some ways to streamline the process and help you add a little holiday cheer to your home without going crazy.
When you are trying to sell your home, it is important to make it appear as spacious and inviting as possible. Rather than spending thousands of dollars on a professional home stager, many homeowners opt to stage their homes themselves. If you decide to go this route, here’s how to staging your home on the cheap.
Establishing curb appeal is an important part of the home staging process. After all, if a potential homebuyer isn’t impressed with the outside, it’s unlikely that they’re going to bother exploring the inside.
By John Donegan
By using an online self-storage finder, it’s simple to find a secure self-storage facility in your area. In addition to looking at the online reviews, you should also ask the facility managers directly if they’ve had any break-ins in the past.
By John Donegan
When relocating to a new home, it often helps to rent a storage unit. By using a self storage finder, you can find an affordable, well-reviewed location near your new address. A major question that people have is whether to pay extra for a climate-controlled unit.
By John Donegan at SpareFoot
Whether you’re staging a home for sale, moving to a new office or simply de-cluttering the garage, self-storage can be a lifesaver. We’ve come up with some techniques to help you find the perfect unit as efficiently as possible: