One of the most frustrating results of moving is finding out that your furniture was bruised, and some of the legs and glass broken. Apart from being an extra expense to replace and repair the broken items, they never really look the same even after repair. To ensure that does not happen to your beloved furniture next time you move, here are five tips to protect the furniture from dings and scratches.
- If you've got a collection of valuable antiques, you might find that you don't have the room to store it all at home. Perhaps you're moving, or you've had to downsize, or you've just slightly overdone it with the collecting. Whatever your reasons, you probably don't want to just sell things on after you've spent time gathering and hunting them down. A good option is long-term storage, which will let you keep hold of your whole collection without having to clutter up your home.
- The craft room can easily become one of the home's favorite places to be when an avid crafter lives there. But they can also become one of the messiest and disorganized rooms straight out of an episode of Hoarders. So how does one keep the space neat and clean? There are so many ways, and most of them can be done with simple organization ideas that are quick, effective, and cheap.
- Working out at home means you get to save time and money that would be otherwise spent on expensive gym memberships and the constant travelling between home and gym. However, despite a home gym's many benefits, there comes a time when it can become more than just a strain on your muscles. Moving house with your home gym in tow takes more than just muscles. Good planning is essential when packing a home gym—especially where multi-gyms are concerned.
- Moving to a new home can be an exciting and joyful occasion, though the move itself can be a highly stressful experience, especially if not handled in the most efficient and professional manner possible. There's usually a lot to consider during a move and, depending upon whether it's a local, interstate or international one, the costs involved and the time required to complete the move to the new address are two of the most important factors.