Some people have homes that are always ready for company – should anyone just drop in. I don’t. That’s because I am addicted to “clutter”. Continue reading Confessions of a Clutter Addict
If time permits, my home gets through cleaning twice a year – spring and fall. However, if I were to do any of these chores only once a year, I prefer spring because I feel like I am shaking away winter doldrums and cobwebs as I am doing them. Continue reading 8 Things That Need Spring Cleaning
You just splurged on your first original work of art at a gallery or market. Or you’ve brought home a stunning new piece to add to your growing collection. Perhaps you have moved, and as you are unpacking the boxes you realize that your art will look different in the new home. The colors of the walls are different. The windows face east rather than south. You’ve purchased some new furniture. The whole look of this home is unlike anywhere you have lived before. You find yourself wondering “where is the ideal place for hanging your art?” Continue reading 6 Things to Consider When Hanging Art
I had been planning to do it for a long time now. And I had already been doing it– sort of, unintentionally, and very slowly. COVID-19, however, gave me concentrated periods of time at home – something we rarely find ourselves with. And so I decided to tackle my “Swedish Death Cleaning” – seriously. Continue reading Seriously? Swedish Death Cleaning?