Becoming The Host With The Most

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Everyone wants the perfect home with the most amazing layout and the most admirable qualities. Many times, getting there can be a long process. One driving force within the desire to enhance your space is the yearning to have complete hosting abilities.

Especially with the weather beginning to warm up (slowly but surely), many families will begin to host their friends, family, and associates at their residences. A common roadblock many experience when hosting is the lack of room or cluttered layout of the home.

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Today we’d like to provide our readers with some tips on how to enhance their homes as to improve their hosting capabilities:

  1. Play with furniture: The layout of a room such as the living room can make or break the flow of the space. Do some research on different interior design theories and spend a day moving around your furniture. What once may seem like a cluttered room can be transformed into an open space conducive to having company with just a few alterations.
  2. Remodel your kitchen: The kitchen, whether intended or not, is the room in the home most guests will migrate to during a gathering. Ensuring you have ample space to both prepare food and socialize in this room will ensure guests are comfortable. To learn more about our NJ kitchen remodeling capabilities, give us a call.
  3. Make use of the outdoors: Expand your gathering into the yard. Simply purchase some lawn furniture to transform your lawn into an area to comfortably enjoy company and the great outdoors. For those with a budget, consider the addition of a deck to the back of your home!

Enjoy the warm weather! Get in touch for any home remodeling or home addition related inquiries: https://www.trademarkinteriors.com/contact-us/

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Paul DeFeis is a Senior Managing Partner with over eighteen years of extensive experience in Residential Design. His experience, keen eye, and client-focused mindset have served as vital traits in his role as lead designer at Trade Mark Design & Build.

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