Realtor.com recently published an article that highlighted a few pieces of insight from our very own Jennie Berger! Check out the article here: “7 Surprising Signs You’re Buying a House You’ll Slowly Come To Hate.”
Paint & hardware colors are an easy fix. So are more cosmetic type items such as light fixtures, sink faucets, and window treatments. Sure, in an ideal world, you don’t want to buy a house that isn’t ‘perfect’. At least to you. But there are much more important, and potentially costly, things to focus on. Such as the functional setup and layout of the home.
“The second rule of good bathroom design also has to do with toilet placement. You don’t want the fixture to be the first thing you see from down the hall as you approach the bathroom. ‘We always try to avoid this,’ says Berger. ‘Not only is the toilet the least appealing fixture in a bathroom, but it’s also the one that requires the most privacy. Tuck it in the corner, behind a door or a wall, off to the side, or in its own water-closet space. If you can’t put the toilet in its own “closet,” consider hiring a professional to move the doorway,’ she says.”
Read the whole article with more tips & insight here!