So we've been here about a year and starting to look for our first home, our first big purchase together besides the obvious: weddings, rings, honeymoons, moving...all crazy expensive, right? Total budget blowers, who knew? We've seen several potential homes so far and let me tell you, they've been all over the board. I'm a designer and I love everything. I'm obsessed with houses, they are like little children to me. I want to touch everyone of them, save them all, and love them back to their prime. Because of that, we thought we'd discussed all of the major details we wanted before beginning this madness but many questions keep creeping up after each house as if jumping out and saying, "ah-ha, gotcha!": are you sure you really want a fixer upper? don't want just a quick fix? something downtown or something a bit further out? temporary home or a forever home? All this we've discussed . . . or so we thought. So this leads us to the begging question of temporary homes vs forever homes. Can you really have both? A temporary fixer upper that is totally you right now and a home that has forever possibilities? Do you buy for the you now or the you in the future?
Traditional Exterior by Los Angeles Architects & Designers Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
Traditional Patio by Los Angeles Architects & Designers Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design