by Mina Fies, Synergy Design & Construction
I love the start of a New Year! There’s nothing like that feeling you get after you’ve had time to put away the holiday decorations and put your home back together again after the flurry of family, friends, cookies, presents and cleaned up the trail of gift wrap and empty boxes all over the family room floor.
I often find that once I take the last bauble down, my place looks bigger. But, despite my dislike of the chaos the holidays bring, it also feels a little “flat” (kind of like that leftover New Year’s Eve champagne).
Which is why the New Year is the perfect time to start thinking about putting a little pep back into your space before the next round of hosting begins! If you found yourself thinking about how your kitchen just isn’t working for you anymore, or that your master bath wasn’t the sanctuary from the in-laws you needed, listen to that inner voice and decide this is the year you’ll make a change.
Whether you’re trying to figure out how much a remodel really costs, or you just don’t know what you need, we’ve got answers and we’re here to help! Check out our Free Getting Started checklist and to get a jump-start on your remodeling plans.
To get the creative juices flowing, this month, we’re sharing a beautiful lakefront home remodel in Reston. The first floor of this gorgeous home was completely transformed into a contemporary family-oriented space that now feels bright, fresh and 2019 ready!
You can see more photos of the home on Houzz.
If you’ve done your research already and are ready to discuss your remodel, give us a call to talk about your home and make this the year to make your space your own.
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