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Friday, 19 September 2014

House is a home


Hello.

What does it mean to you, to be "house proud"?
According to online Cambrige dictionary, it's being "very worried about your house being completely clean and tidy, and spending a lot of time making it so"


It has been quite some time since I've seen an inspiring home in person. I was fortunate to be able to take a better look at a home that is truly lovely. I was in a backyard of a wonderful little home, and reassured myself that size truly does not matter. 
The house is small, and the yard is not taking a wast space, but it was decorated with so much taste, the flower garden looked magnificent (despite the horrible summer we've had this year). This proves that, with some love and care we can all transofrm out living spaces into a work of art.

Today, we are checking out another one of 1930's house plans. On our menu today is:

Hamlin


From the clustered pillars on the broad front porch to the shed dormer that allows for generous upstairs bedrooms, the Hamlin is a nice plan with a good room flow. The stairs are centrally located for housekeeping convenience, which is further facilitated by a laundry chute to the basement wash room.

How much time do you take to make your home look the way you want it to? Do you have any advice?
Marija

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