Our previous blog addressed the increasing prevalence of ADU’s, or Accessory Dwelling Units. ADU’s also happen to play an important role in our current topic – Aging in Place.
Following up on the previous blog about OUTDOOR LIVING, let’s talk about the variety of structures that can play a supporting role to a primary residence. The umbrella term is Accessory Structure and it can include: a detached garage; a storage shed; gazebo; a pool house, etc. The common denominator is that it shares a parcel of land with the principal structure.
Memorial Day is in the rear-view mirror, meaning Summer is officially upon us. To all those lucky enough to have private outdoor space – is it providing maximum enjoyment? Is it an inviting extension of your living space, or just a place that demands ongoing maintenance?
“Will this look dated in 5 years?” That’s a question I hear a lot – particularly related to kitchen design. It’s, of course, a valid concern, since nobody wants their major investment to become a liability 5 or 10 years later. My response to that question is “layered.” There are many factors that contribute … Read More
The kitchen is the “heart of the home” and as such it’s the room at the heart of most renovation projects. It’s fair to say that a new kitchen is the primary motivation for most renovation projects. There are multiple routes a homeowner can take in search of their dream kitchen. That factor alone accounts for much of the angst and confusion that accompanies the process – where to begin??