It’s no secret: One of the cheapest and most effective ways to change up the look of your home is with a simple coat of paint. You can take that same lesson and apply it to Zoom meetings. You can change up the whole vibe of your home office — IRL and virtually — with a can of paint and a few roller brushes.
Stuck at home this Summer? Whether you have kids, a significant other, or are relaxing on your own, take the time to do something special this season. Here are a few out-of-the-box ideas that fit the limitations set by 2020 but are still a whole lot of fun.
In states throughout the US, open houses and private home tours have been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving prospective buyers and sellers to explore virtual alternatives. These tips will help you navigate the new frontier of open houses and stage your space for a virtual showing.
As the infection rate of coronavirus continues to rise in the United States, it’s increasingly hard to find cleaning products and disinfectant sprays. Many consumers are rushing to grocery stores to purchase antibacterial wipes and hand sanitizer, but there are other ways to can clean your living spaces. Here are some tips for cleaning your countertops, furniture, and other parts of the home to protect you and your family from COVID-19.
Tips For Designing Your Home Office
Bring The Outdoors In
Not everyone is fortunate to have an extra empty room for a home office. If you are looking for innovative ways to add a dedicated space for work, think about repurposing a table, bookshelf, or room. Some of our favorite dual-purpose areas are dining room/office combinations. While dinner parties are on a temporary hold, consider turning your formal room into the perfect WFH haven. Don’t have a dining room? Creative areas using space-saving furniture under a staircase, a nook, or tucked away in a corner, can help you create a dedicated space for your 9-5 even if you don’t have the extra room.