POSTS IN THE CATEGORY 'KIDS'
Roger Hazard · After carefully considering how the layout, style, and purpose of your kitchen fits with the rest of the house, it's time to define your kitchen renovation project by assisting your unique priorities, identifying the spaces that will be impacted by the renovation, seeking opportunities to optimize your budget, and applying the information you gleaned from Step One.
CUSTOMCUPBOARDS · DESIGN · GUIDEBOOK · KIDS · KITCHEN · KITCHENS101 · RENOVATION
Eileen Gill · Often I show houses and think, "Whoa, is this house really on the market?" There are dishes in the sink, unmade beds, clothes in hampers that are sitting in playrooms and bedrooms, all sorts of things piled on the stairs, carpets that need to be vacuumed, bathrooms with wet floors - and tons of apologies from the owner! Then I think, "Well, they must have never heard of the Ten Minute Tidy."
CLUTTER · KIDS · REALESTATE · TIPS
Roger Hazard · The Christmas tree is the centerpiece of holiday decorations in many homes, but there are reasons one might not be in your plans this year. Here are some alternatives for adding the Christmas spirit to your house.
ACCESSORIES · AUSTIN · BEFOREANDAFTER · HOLIDAYS · KIDS · PETS · STATESMAN · TIPS
Roger Hazard · Hooray! The kids are finally out on their own and out of your hair. Now what? The prospect of redecorating a home can prove daunting for empty nesters. Families tend to expand to fill their house, so the sudden reduction in people and possessions within the family home is often jarring. How should these newly emptied rooms be repurposed?
COLUMN · DESIGN · KIDS · STATESMAN · TIPS
Roger Hazard · Last weekend, I had the opportunity to meet Felicia Merritt, her husband Kenneth Sr., and their kids at their home in Omaha, Nebraska. Felicia is a fan of Sell This House and wanted my help with their home.
CLUTTER · FANS · KIDS · SELLTHISHOUSE · STAGING · TIPS