I have been restraining myself from buying ALL THE STUFF that I think I might want/need for the new house.
To be honest, the only thing holding me back is the fact that I don't want to pack or move anything I don't have to! Plus, I think I need to get into the house. Look at it. Live with it. And then figure out where I want to take things.
One of the best pieces of advice I keep seeing/reading is that the Number One thing that you should do when you move into a new place is to wait and see how you use the space. That if you jump in and start making major changes you are bound to make mistakes...possibly VERY expensive mistakes.
Considering we still have some more college expenses to get through for the next year, we cannot afford very expensive mistakes.
So, I've been restraining myself.
And I'm not gonna lie...it's been difficult. Particularly when I keep seeing images like these....
|A lovely desk...would fit perfectly next to the fireplace.|
|This would be perfect in that little nook in the kitchen|
|Wouldn't that be a beautiful oasis to have right in your own backyard?|
Since I'm in daydream mode, what about you? What what would you do - right now - to improve your living space if money (or rental restrictions) were no object?