You’ve finally taken the time to swallow hard, research everything, pack your things, and entrusted what feels like your life with a contractor. You’re going to renovate that ancient bathroom of yours, add that kitchen, bump out that bedroom or pop those ceilings for more light. So far, it’s just what you imagined — beautiful, trendy, sophisticated and welcoming.
Now you’re faced with a decision: What do you do with your old stuff — the fixtures, furnishings and decor? What about all those leftover materials and unused building supplies?
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For items that can’t be used as is, you might want to consider:
If you’re working with an architect or designer, be sure to get their opinions. They may be able to recommend which items you should keep around as spare supplies.
Are you thinking of renovating your home this year?
Chroma Realty has a renovation manager on staff with an excellent reputation for getting projects done without delay or fuss. Consultations are free and the happy client list is long.