Once you know the location of where you'll hang your hat (and call it home), we develop a floor plan of the living space.
We work hand in hand with you, helping you decide what furnishings you love and want to bring into your new home. Function and safety become priorities.
Together, we develop a personalized floor plan to create a new home that truly fits your needs. As you start visualizing your new home it becomes less of an unknown and more familiar!
TIP: The question is not what furniture fits, but how does our client use space in their current home, where do they accomplish the functions that are important to them? Where is their "primary comfort zone" in the current home; where should it be in the new home? Where do they sit to watch TV, where do they pay bills or have tea? Which lamps provide the light they like, where do they sit to put on shoes, which side of the bed do they sleep on, where DO they hang their hat!
Home Suite Home Transitions Testimonial
A few years ago I saw Patti’s Home Suite Home Transitions presentation about helping Seniors move and /or downsize. I just “filed it away”, until ...
Last Spring I REALIZED I WAS READY TO LET GO of a lot of “STUFF”.... wedding presents that were lovely but no longer being used, inherited coins and jewellery that had been in a safety-deposit box for 50 years, some furniture, some art, old sports autographs from the 1950’s, good china, serving dishes, flatware, well-used camping gear, small appliances and many everyday items etc. After asking Family to take whatever they wanted, I contacted Patti.
My main goal was to downsize our stuff and also make it easier for our executors when that time comes (hopefully not too soon). I am extremely pleased with the results. Patti and her team did all the work and we were left with a nice profit and empty shelves! It was a real weight off my mind.
When you are ready to downsize, I recommend you contact Patti as she is very pleasant to work with, knows her stuff and reaches a wide range of potential buyers.
Liz Henderson, Peterborough, Feb 2019.