http://karen-keogh.co.uk/about/comissions Welcome to Hacking the Home, a blog where you’ll find all kinds of house-related hacks, from Dog Kennels to Modern Mailboxes to Alexa integrations and more. I’m helping you find easy ways to upgrade your home, garden, and life!
Designing for the Future
incognito When you are considering the functionality of your house, or features that you'd like to have, make sure you ask yourself: what's the timeline? Not.
Treat yo Self
order stromectol mastercard "Owning a house is costly." This was easily the most consistent 'advice' I got as I was planning to buy a house. What I didn't.
What a Difference Trim Makes
Color MattersWhen I moved into my house, there was not a speck of white in the place. Everything in the house - to one degree.
Accent Walls that Wow
2020 has been a whirlwind year for a number of reasons. And as of this post (October 12), there's still two and a half months.
Curb Appeal Quickies
I shouldn't have to be the one to tell you, Curb Appeal is a pretty important part of selling your home. We all know how.
At 30 years old, I bought myself a house.
I – like many – was tired of wasting my hard-earned money on rent every year. I live in Austin, much cheaper than my previous years in the Northeast, and I was still spending more than $25k every year just to have a roof over my head. Why couldn’t I spend that money on a house, building equity for myself. Then if I wanted to move (aka sell my house), I would get some of it back, or more!
So, I pursued that idea, and found a great little ‘starter house’ for myself. A 3-2, with a solid foundation, ‘great bones’ and technically was move-in ready, though a bit outdated.
In this blog, you’ll hear about some of my projects, big and small, so that you may hopefully learn from my mistakes. I hope to give you some easy ways to complete seemingly difficult tasks, and still achieve impressive results. Enjoy!