Does spring mark a groundbreaking moment at your place? Will you be doing a kitchen remodel, gutting that 1960s bathroom or building a new patio with an outdoor fireplace?
In Atlanta, where I live, the flowers (and pollen) have arrived, and it’s a terrific time to plant new trees, shrubs and perennials. But even if your yard is still buried in snow, you may be sketching out a new flower bed, ordering vegetable seeds or choosing planters for the porch.
Putting away heavier bed linens, changing out throw pillows and rearranging furniture for a fresh look are a few ways to lighten up your home for the warmer months ahead. What kinds of decor swaps do you plan to make this spring?
Spring is a good time to put on your “estate manager” hat and reach out to service pros to tackle maintenance and repair projects such as gutter repair, air duct cleaning and chimney sweeping. What’s on your must-do maintenance list?
Spring is a great time to tackle often-neglected cleaning jobs. I like to follow Houzz contributor Laura Gaskill’s monthly home checklists for a guide. Or you may be planning to revamp your home office filing system or reorganize your garage. What spring cleaning and organizing projects do you have planned?