THIS MONTH LET’S RAISE AWARENESS AND SAVE A CHILD

Here is one more awareness campaign that has been added to the month of October. This one is very important to me and has been promoted for years by the Window Covering Safety Council. To put it short and sweet-children and window cords do not mix! Window products with cords present dangers that should not … Continue reading

Room by Room – Designed for Senior Safety

A whole set of new concerns can descend on a family about the safety and comfort of their senior family members.  My interior design work concentrates on senior safety and design for comfortable living.  I’ve got lots of ideas for each area of the home.  Today we’ll start in the bathroom. Safety in the showers is … Continue reading

Healthy Downsizing – A Positive Life Change for You

Downsizing is another one of life’s happy transitions, such as getting married and graduating college, and should be celebrated as such. I love helping people with the “outside” of downsizing-design – with beauty, safety and comfort so they can live the life they want on their own terms.

Healthy Downsizing – A Positive Life Change for You

Downsizing is another one of life’s happy transitions, such as getting married and graduating college, and should be celebrated as such. I love helping people with the “outside” of downsizing-design-with beauty, safety and comfort so they can live the life they want on their own terms.

Healthy Downsizing – A Positive Life Change for You

Downsizing is another one of life’s happy transitions, such as getting married and graduating college, and should be celebrated as such. I love helping people with the “outside” of downsizing-design-with beauty, safety and comfort so they can live the life they want on their own terms.

Be Prepared – Be Safe

Sandi Vipperman, over at Napier ERA Realty has come up with a “Basic Disaster Supply Kit” with items she recommends that we all should have on hand for weather related emergencies. They are: Water, one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days for drinking and sanitation Food, at least a … Continue reading