What home improvement is really about | The Chronicle Herald
Big, overstuffed, bulky couches and chairs arent ideal in a small space. Purchase furniture that suits the space you live in. 4. Think about the flow in your home. How do you use it? Do you have guests often?
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(Steve Maxwell) Stone and timber on full display indoors is one way you can make a home unique. (Steve Maxwell) For those of us who love to build, renovate and improve our homes, success should be about more than just gaining a reliable place of shelter. A good house should also thrill and energize the people who live in our homes now, as well as those who come along after were gone. I call this the legacy perspective, and there are three ways you can get intentional about making it happen in your home and life. Leave Your Mark Everything you create in life is only half the story.
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In fact, according to the National Association of Realtors, curb appeal is important to 71 percent of homebuyers. So beautify the outdoor space to attract possible buyers by focusing on small exterior improvements thatll pay off big like planting seasonal shrubs, painting the front door, refreshing a rusty mailbox or replacing old porch lighting with updated fixtures. These minor details will make a major and lasting statement.
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Essential outdoor home improvements | Easier
If you have wood decking, replace this material with an alternative that will only require regular cleaning rather than an expensive staining treatment. Tips from the Melbourne Home Show suggest that you should also check your perimeter fences and make sure that they are in good order. Maintain your pool If you have considered getting rid of your pool as a result of drought restrictions, it might be a good idea to see whether the pool is the major culprit when it comes to water consumption. If you look after your pool properly, keep it clean and ensure that the filters are working properly then youll discover that the pool might not swallow as much water as you originally thought.
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