In our Philadelphia neighborhoods, outdoor space is at a premium. Many yards are too small or just too constrained by buildings or trees to enjoy the feeling of open space that city dwellers need to really enjoy the outdoors. You could always walk or drive to a park, but what you really want is a long-term solution that is part of your own home.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many different parts of life for families in Philadelphia, including the ever-important relationship to home.
Living in Philadelphia has its perks, not least because of the range of natural, recreational, and historical attractions and amenities located directly within the city.
When you’re remodeling your bathroom, your top priority is to address any architectural and design elements that are causing discomfort or no longer suited to your current tastes.
Any time you undertake a major project that involves multiple different players, you run the risk of potential challenges related to logistics and personnel. Home remodeling is no exception.
The time has come to expand your home to accommodate your current lifestyle and what you envision for the coming years. However, before simply adding on a new bathroom, kitchen, or workspace, there are several important steps that can help set up your project for success.
Philadelphia’s ubiquitous row houses provide affordable, convenient living for many families, but their narrow design create a particular set of parameters when it comes time for a remodel.
It’s a well-known fact that family life changes over time as children age, working from home, or you assume care for an older parent. As a result, your space needs also shift in order to maintain a comfortable life.
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A kitchen renovation is truly the most effective catalyst for improving how your family functions together. Here in Philadelphia, most houses were built long before best practice design rules for families who live in and around their kitchens.