How to reach your home’s full potential (Part 1)
by Mina Fies
Let go of the notion that you are stuck with your current (and sometimes outdated) layout. I constantly remind our clients that walls are meant to be moved, spaces opened up and the overall flow of a home improved.
For example, if you’re remodeling your kitchen, don’t just “rip and replace” your cabinetry and appliances in their current layout. Often, investing a few extra dollars into combining two smaller rooms, adding an island and changing the overall traffic pattern can make a world of difference for both you and your family.
In addition, you want your home to be different from others in the neighborhood. By making simple layout changes, you’ve now set yourself apart from the rest of the pack making your home more marketable in the long run.