The Home Identity Crisis: The Dining Room Office

Remember life pre-pandemic lock down before your dining room morphed into your Zoom room, office, workstation and study hall? Thanks to your new work-at-home lifestyle, files and papers found a permanent home on your dining room table. You probably haven’t had a meal on that table, besides a quick sandwich and many coffees, since the [...]

How to Partially Finish Your Basement on a Budget

We’re always looking for more space in our homes, it seems, whether for extra storage, an additional living zone or a new spot to decorate. Often, valuable space can be found in the basement, but fully developing this square footage can be expensive. Add up the costs of framing, flooring, drywall, electrical and finishes,and your [...]

No Room for a Home Office? Try These Clever Ways to Create One

Working from home used to be a last resort, mostly when a kid fell sick with the flu or if the cable man was coming at some unspecified, unknowable time within a five-hour window. But as of 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 13.4 million people telecommute regularly (at least once a week), an increase of 35% [...]

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