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Are you hoping that the home you live in now will be your forever home? If so, you’re not alone.
Two-thirds of U.S. adults say they would prefer to age in place instead of moving to a retirement home, according to one survey. However, only one-third believe they will be able to do so. About a quarter of respondents said they just don’t think their home is suitable for an elderly person to live in.
This is where an aging-in-place remodel can help. By following the principles of universal design, you can create a safe, comfortable and stylish home for all ages and abilities.
Here are some ideas to consider when upgrading your home to accommodate your needs as you age.
The kitchen is about so much more than cooking.
It’s also an important social space where families share memories that will last a lifetime.
This year’s most popular kitchen designs emphasize an inviting, lived-in look. People are craving a comforting atmosphere for enjoying good food and conversation with loved ones, away from the stress of daily life.
For many, that means livening up a previously all-white kitchen with clever touches of color. Soft blue cabinets or mint green appliances inject an uplifting, positive energy. A hint of yellow combined with natural woods add brightness and warmth.
Here are a few more great ideas for updating your kitchen.
It’s a decision every homeowner will face at some point — whether to complete a project yourself or hire a contractor.
The Home Improvement Research Institute estimates that ⅔ of home improvement projects last year were completed on a do-it-yourself basis. The most common DIY projects include interior painting and landscaping.
Lots of people think it’s more frugal to do the work yourself. However, this isn’t always the case. Let’s go over some considerations for deciding when to tackle a job yourself, and when to leave it to an expert.VIEW ALL NEWS
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