With the advent of sites like Airbnb and VRBO, you can find a vacation spot with all the comforts of home in just a few clicks.
According to a recent study, roughly 35.5 million Americans move each year. And while a new job, a new home, or an easier commute may spark a change in location, many people leave a piece of their heart in the place they first called home.
When two buyers got into a bidding war for Maggie’s Utah home, both insisted that the light fixtures from Barn Light Electric convey with the sale.
“Both parties put into the contract that we had to leave the lights,” Maggie recalls. “Sad day for me, but I knew I’d be back!”
While some people may have looked at the old barn and thought it wasn’t worth saving, Cindi saw nothing but potential.
“It was my Dad’s barn here in Brookhaven, Mississippi,” Cindi says. The structure had no flooring, just dirt, and needed some serious TLC. With a lifelong passion for design, Cindi grabbed the renovation reins and went full speed ahead.
In last Wednesday’s post, we visited with Lori-Ann and her husband, John, in Ladner, British Columbia, Canada. Their small home in this historic fishing village was built in 1970 and has undergone a number of renovations under the couple’s careful touch.