Home Design Trends to Look Out for in 2022

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

Maybe it's a byproduct of the covid-19 pandemic, or perhaps it’s simply an innocent desire to escape the stressors of the modern age; either way, in 2021, people were focused on making their homes as functional and relaxing as possible. That trend is expected to expand in 2022 as designers create havens of tranquility that tangibly improve the lives and wellbeing of their inhabitants. 

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Tags: Wallingford, Design Trends, For the Home

How Smart Should Your New Connecticut New Home Be?

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

There is plenty of talk these days about "The Internet of Things" and how our offices, automobiles, and homes are becoming smarter. Some new innovations for the home are pretty cool.

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Tags: For the Home

Moving to Middletown? Here's What You Need to Know

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

If you’re considering a move to Middletown, you’ll want to have an idea of what’s waiting for you. Here’s a quick overview of some of the things that make Middletown, CT a great place to live.

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Tags: Middletown, For the Home

New Must-Have Kitchen Gadgets

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

There is no question that the overall design of your kitchen has a huge impact on how comfortable, functional, and enjoyable your kitchen will be. Here’s a post that reminds you about some of the essentials you need to consider when planning the perfect kitchen. On the other hand, however, a lot of us like to have fun in the kitchen! Here’s a look at some of the new must-have kitchen gadgets that can make your kitchen more fun—and efficient! Best Buy has them for about $150.

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Tags: For the Home

Why You Should Start Your Own CT Herb Garden

Posted by Bob Wiedenmann

When you think about your Connecticut home, chances are you think a lot about the area inside the walls of your house. But the property your house sits on can have a big impact on the way you live. There can be a lot more to your yard than just grass and shrubs. It can actually produce herbs that you can use throughout the year to season your food. Here’s a quick look at some reasons you might want to start your own CT herb garden.

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Tags: Homeowner Tips, For the Home, Building a Custom Home

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