We are living in unprecedented times and working from home has become the new norm for a lot of us. We recommend dedicating a space in your home specifically for work, so you don’t have to completely mix work with home life. Having a cosy home office set up is crucial, and it trains your mind into thinking that you have to be productive and get work done once you enter the space.
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Important Notice regarding COVID-19
At Right at Home Realty (RAHR), the health and safety of our team members, our agents, and the communities where we live, work and serve across Canada, is the top priority for us. This enduring value guides us as we face the difficult challenge of responding to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
If you’re feeling symptoms of allergies like sinus congestion, dry eyes, headache or coughing and sneezing, this could be due to poor air quality in your home. This can be from a multitude of different sources (like mould, dust and other allergens). Here are some tips to help you breathe easy in your indoor spaces:
New year, new you, new space. The new year is a great time to not only revamp the way you live but where you live. The keywords for this year are abstract and sustainable. We’re loving bold colours, big accents and patterns but it’s important to keep sustainability in mind.
Ah, winter - that fateful time when everything goes into hibernation mode. As much as you may feel like curling up with a warm blanket and (numerous) cups of coffee until it’s all over, winter can be the ideal time to give your home a makeover with an awesome new colour palette.
We’ve all been invited to a friend’s home for the first time only to be utterly astonished by the place before you’ve even stepped inside. Well, fear not! Regardless of if you live in a downtown condo or an urban townhouse, these five inviting entryway ideas can help you to show off your wonderful abode to any guests that enter your home.
The weather is getting colder, the days are getting shorter and the holidays are right around the corner. Our initial thought is to panic and think about all of the work around the house that has to be done; working within a deadline and a budget can be stressful, but it doesn’t have to be!
Here are some tips on how to deck the halls without breaking the bank at the mall:
1. Pick a theme
The home is meant to be a living space and it should feel (for the most part) like it’s alive. Now that we’ve reached the summer solstice, nature is thriving and the trees, plants and flowers are lush. However, there’s no need to be wary when we inevitably say goodbye to summer because you don’t have to rely on the outdoors to utilize this fresh green energy.
Taking on a redecorating project can be intimidating, especially when it comes to your basement. Basements are generally known as a dark, damp place that we use for storage but that doesn’t have to be the case! Follow these steps to turn your basement into a place where you look forward to coming home to:
1) Brighten Your Space With Lights
You don’t have to feel confined in your small space. Here are five tips to follow make you feel more open, comfortable and relaxed in your home.
1. Rely On Mirrors