99 problems but a couch ain't one
New house? Check. Keys? Check. Sofa? Check. So – now what?
Moving in to a new space is an exciting time, whether it’s a rental or a purchase, a family home or a studio apartment. You’ve likely found the perfect sofa as the centerpiece of your new home and are eager to design your space around it. But for every new decorating project there are a number of frustrating design dilemmas to go along with it. Perhaps the architecture is more traditional than your modern tastes prefer. Maybe the shower window looks directly into the neighbour’s house. Or – gasp! – your entire basement is covered in horrible ‘70s paneling!
You might have 99 design dilemmas in your new home, but we’ve got savvy solutions to fix them all. Read on for some of the frustrating design issues homeowners encounter when they move into a new space and creative ways to work around them.
99 problems: Bedrooms
99 problems: Bathrooms
99 problems: Living rooms
99 problems: Dining rooms
99 problems: Home offices
99 problems: Basements and attics
99 problems: Kids and family rooms
99 problems: Doors, ceilings and floors
99 problems: Foyers, stairs and hallways
99 problems: Walls and windows
99 problems: More problems