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Whether you are a busy professional, a homemaker, or a work-at-home business owner, you will need to make sure that you are able to improve the environment you are spending a lot of time in. How healthy, supportive, and relaxing your house is will determine your mood for the day, as well as your level of concentration. Below you will find a few tips on how to create a home you can be proud to own.

Important Living Areas

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You need to focus on the rooms you are spending a lot of time in during the day and night. Start looking at your living room and assess how it makes you feel. If it is less than uplifting to get home and take off your shoes, curling up in front of the TV, you have to do something about it. Make sure that you are able to put your mark on the room and implement your favorite colors in the design. Next, consider the kitchen and your bathroom that is being used every day by all family members. Check out the latest projects of A+ Construction Pro to get some ideas on your remodeling project.  

Your Bedroom

You spend at least eight hours in your bedroom, and it needs to be designed to help you rest and relax. Take care of the lighting and tackle the clutter. Consider built in wardrobes to save the floor space of your bedroom and furnish the space with things you love and feel comfortable with, such as family photos and your favorite quotes.

Custom Designs

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You will also have to allow your imagination to take over when remodeling your home. Don’t simply stick with the standard furniture and storage solution offered by home improvement stores; make sure that you have a plan to express your style throughout your home. Get custom canvas prints and upcycle your favorite table or chair.

Your Energy Use

If you are a person who would like to look after the environment better, you might want to improve your home’s energy efficiency. Consider getting double pane windows and improving your home insulation. Your home needs to be built around you and make you feel supported in whatever you are planning to do there.

Smart Features

To ensure that your home reflects your values and is working with your lifestyle, you can add some convenient smart features. Control the individual room temperatures remotely on your phone, keep an eye on the pets, and get devices that are easy to program. If you can have a washing machine that can be programmed to start and finish at a certain time and keep your laundry fresh until you get home, you will find it easier to manage your household chores, too.

If you are not feeling fully supported by your home at the moment, it might be time to make some smart improvements that will better suit your lifestyle. Add smart and personal features, and pay extra attention to the areas you spend the most time at.

 

Aggie Aviso

Aggie Aviso describes herself as her family’s storyteller and memory keeper. A mom to two kids ages 14 and 8, she is certainly past the age of sleepless nights and adorable pigtails. However, motherhood stays exciting, more meaningful and yes, more challenging. She takes it all in stride, knowing fully well that moments pass by in a blink of an eye. As Gretchen Rubin famously said, “The days are long, but the years are short.” She has discovered how wonderful it is to have those fleeting moments in time documented in their family books and has made it her personal mission and passion to be able to tell their stories for her future grandkids. You can read more about her here.. Subscribe to blog updates and the occasional letter here.