Remodel for Tomorrow: Take a Home Design Quiz

Take A Home Design Quiz

Thinking about making a change to your home environment to accommodate the evolving needs of your family doesn’t mean you need to begin looking at relocating or buying a new home. If you take time to survey your house, you’ll begin to discover there are countless ways to remodel or renovate to make your home comfortable for all members of your family, right now and for years to come.

Universal Design refers to home design solutions that make your house comfortable, functional and flexible for your children, your parents and you. In other words, livable design can make your house a home for a lifetime.

In assessing your family’s plans for the future, take some time to think about what the most important aspects of your home are now and what they will be down the road. Do you intend to stay in your current home long term? Is it important for you to have space to lodge friends and family visitors? Will an older relative be moving in at any point?

To help get you thinking about how you can make yours a home for a lifetime, we’ve created a series of quizzes to help you determine what kind of livable design solutions could help you and your family. Select from the below quiz options on your kitchen, bathroom, around your home’s exterior, and elsewhere in your home, and see where you stand!

Learn more on livable design and download our guide by visiting Remodeling Today.

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