Design Ideas for a Nursery Remodel

July 19, 2019
By: Julia Kilberg
When you’re about to have a baby, so many things are going through your mind. Your worries likely include how the new child is going to fit into your family and literally into your home. Remodeling or redecorating a new room for your baby-to-be is usually at the top of your baby preparation list. Moss Building and Design has all the remodeling tips you need to get started on this fun nursery project!
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How to Plan For and Live Through a Remodel with Young Children

June 5, 2019
By: Jenn Zschunke
Does the thought of starting a home remodel fill you with equal parts excitement and dread? If you have young children and you're considering a home remodel, those feelings might be tilted more towards stress and fear versus positive anticipation.
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8 Packing Tips to Prepare for a Remodel

May 10, 2019
By: The MOSS Team
Remodels generate dust that can destroy belongings if the owner doesn't take care. Before a major remodel takes place in your house, you may be required to pack up your belongings and put them somewhere safe. These tips about how to pack your home can help ensure your belongings will be in good condition when the remodel is over.  
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Our Favorite Design Hacks for Laundry Rooms

May 8, 2019
By: Janice McLaury
It seems to take no time at all for your laundry room to become cluttered — stray socks here, unfolded laundry there, and baskets for each family member waiting to be attended to. I found the key to good laundry room organization is having it designed in the most inviting and practical way possible. If you are in the market for some design help, our new Home Organization Promotion might be right for you. Read on for some design hacks that can help you get through the never-ending cycle of laundry.
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Before and After: An Oakton Kitchen Transformation

May 6, 2019
By: Julia Kilberg
The story is a common one, especially on the popular HGTV show Love It or List It. One spouse wants to stay in their long-established home, the other is ready for their home to change — or to move to a new one — in order to better accommodate a new stage in their lives.
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