OTTAWA –Some domestic terms have come to define the pandemic: ‘work from home’, ‘learn from home’, ‘home renovate’ and ‘home update’ among them.
The pandemic has been a time of unprecedented home improvements. How we are using our homes has changed.
“Some homeowners have decided to renovate their kitchens, bathrooms and basements to handle our new lives. However, not everyone has the time, or budget, to take on such a large project,” says Taylor Bennett of Bennett Property Shop Realty.
“You don't have to break the bank to improve your home.”
Bennett is in and out of a lot of homes and he shares affordable ideas that maximize space for minimal expense.
“I have been in homes that have four occupants, all of whom needed their own home office workspace,” he says. “With a little creativity, and looking at your home from a different perspective, you can unlock the full potential of your …