January 3, 2013
When the masses are resolving to get to the gym, eat right, and save more money in 2013, make sure you take time to consider some home-related resolutions. Here are a few suggestions on how to improve your home in the coming year:
Cut the clutter. “A place for everything and everything in its place” isn’t just an old wives tale. An organized home is a less stressful home. Set aside some time to go through a junk drawer, the basement, or another room that’s home to a lot of clutter. Donate old items to your local Goodwill or thrift store.
Trim down your To Do list. Embrace the power of technology and set up automatic payments. You’ll feel freer knowing that the bills will get paid on time. Dwyer’s oil customers can set up automatic oil delivery to ensure your heater never runs out of oil. It’s one less thing to worry about.
Make over a room in your home. Whether you roll on a fresh paint color or bring in a new area rug, changing up the look of a room will breathe new life into your home. If you’re determined to spend more time with friends and family in the coming year, make sure your home is ready for entertaining by rearranging the furniture to promote conversation instead of facing the television. If your family room lacks color and spark, choose an underused color and incorporate it in accessories like throw pillows and vases. Katy painters can help with your painting projects.
Freshen up the air. Adding plants is an inexpensive way to decorate. Choose a bright ceramic pot and plant an agapanthus for a pop of color. Plants are also functional décor, as they bring new energy and help clean the air in your home. For more help with indoor air quality, contact us today at 215-248-4300.
Happy New Year from the Dwyer Family!