Tip #4 - Rearrange! Make sure your furniture placement allows for easy traffic flow and shows the purpose of each room. If you have too much furniture, consider renting a portable storage device to hold things until you’re ready to move into your new place. Too much furniture in a room can make it feel small, while the right furniture in the right place can make it feel large. Simplifying cabinets, wall hanging, and shelves will also add to the space in your home. #buncerealestate#realestate#realtor#homeseller#success#homesweethome#homebuyer#rearrange
Day 4 of painting and I think I’ve finally got a handle on it. Now it’s trying to get things back together, purging (😱😱😱) and rearranging. Getting rid of things is HARD for me. I have such an appreciation for things that are from a time gone by, handmade and worn. I always wonder where it came from, who used it before and how that chip happened? However, sometimes it’s time for things to go to a new home and have someone else appreciate them too.
⇢ I Don’t Know What To Say (detail), 2013. 11” x 15 ½” ¾” ⌄ Magnetic board, aluminum container, magnets, handmade words, audio. I transcribed the words and punctuation from a voicemail message that my ex-boyfriend left on my cell phone. The voicemail message was not very kind, so I wanted to allow viewers to reconstruct the message while the voicemail played on a loop. ⌄ My research and experience of how we shape, lose, and restore control in our personal conversations with the opposite sex has led me to investigate the transference of power between two individuals using unidirectional audio and written methods, such as voicemail, text messaging, and e-mail. Relationships involving power asymmetries are the focus of my research, which is guided by the question: What are the motivational, cognitive, and behavioral effects of power using one-way communication?