4 easy ways to make your home a better, more beautiful place to live
With January winding down, it’s time to reinvigorate those 2015 resolutions. Before you lose momentum, pledge to spruce up your home this year. We all feel better when our surroundings bring us a sense of peace and order — and look nice to boot.
Here are four things Delivery Limited — Dallas’ premier white-glove relocation and storage company — recommends to renew and revive your residence:
We all have a problem place, such as an overstuffed closet, a messy garage or a guestroom full of dated furniture. Sometimes an outside perspective can help you winnow the clutter and establish order where there was once chaos. Call in a professional organizer for help.
Just as clothes you no longer wear accumulate in your closet, no-longer-needed furniture can collect at home. Store it until you need it again for that larger home, vacation place or child’s first apartment.
Grandma’s china taking up too much space? Have other family heirlooms that don’t fit your lifestyle? Maybe those out-of-town relatives would appreciate it more, or eBay collectors would pay to take it off your hands. Just be sure that these often-fragile collectibles are packed perfectly and shipped reliably.
We all get into ruts where we don’t enjoy our surroundings because they seem stale. Breathe some new life into your space by rearranging your art.
“You’ll be amazed at how a painting changes when placed in a new location,” says Alex Lyle of Delivery Limited’s Fine Arts Services.
Delivery Limited and its specialty services can help with these resolutions. It has the experts and resources to transform your home from dull to dynamite.
The company picks up and stores furniture and furnishings and deliver when needed. Its Personal Spaces staff of professional organizers can whip any space into shape — and do the shopping to make it even better.
Crating and Shipping constructs custom crates for those heirlooms that someone else may love more. And Fine Arts Services can rehang your art and even help with conserving artwork that may need repair or cleaning.
Help is at hand to make those resolutions into realities.