With the holiday season upon us, no one really wants to think about 2013 yet. But if you are thinking about about a project in the new year to refresh your space (renovation, addition, redecorating, etc.) the earlier you start planning the better.
*If you spend some time getting clear on your goals and your budget, your project, big or tiny will go smoother.
*Also, the good contractors out there fill up their spring and summer schedules pretty quickly, even in our current economy, so the earlier you get in touch with them the better the chance you’ll get the work done at your convenience.
*Even if you just want to get one room painted, do the leg work now (picking colors, getting samples, making up your to-do and supplies lists) and as it starts to get a little bit warmer you can take advantage of the spring sales and get everything you need at a discount.
*Right now the big box stores are crowded with people buying their Christmas trees and life-size blow-up snow globes for their lawn. But right after the holidays they will be empty and that is the perfect time to start pricing and sourcing materials, asking questions of the staff if you are planning on doing a DIY project and simply just getting educated about your project whatever it may be.
Check out my SMALL, MEDIUM and LARGE design packages for various size renovations. These can help get you on the right track by giving you an idea of what is POSSIBLE and then also what you can AFFORD.
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