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ANDREW COTNER
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MPI Real Estate
5353 Mission Center Rd
Suite 212,
San Diego, CA 92108
619-843-5516
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About San Diego Real Estate: Art Can Make Your House a Home

So many factors have to be taken into account when making your brand new house your home. A house is merely a building or a place for a particular purpose. A home is a household and the life centered in it. It is more the feeling of the place rather than the place itself. To make your house your home takes more than just moving in. Some of the stuff that helps to make a home include arts and crafts that are made by someone in the house or by someone who has a significant relationship to somebody in the house. These arts and crafts projects can have a range of variety that is too broad to describe here. One place to start looking for objects to help to create your home may be with craft ideas for kids. Isn't it true that just about anything made by the little ones living in the house help to make the whole family feel a sense of pride. The crafts add warmth to the home and also help increase the esteem of the child who made it.

There are plenty of craft projects to choose from if you look around. Some of the fun ones that can be made and sometimes remade involve modeling clay. There is a variety of clay available that is safe and fun to work with. You can buy clay that hardens or clay that stays soft depending on what craft you want your child to do. If you're looking for something that is useful like a soap holder you may even have to glaze the clay and get it fired in a kiln. This is fairly elaborate and may be more than you bargained for. Painting pictures, coloring or drawing, making things out of popsicle sticks or paper mache are a few other things to consider.

After moving into your new house you may want to decide where new art objects will reside and how to move them in and out as your family grows or projects get old and mundane. Bookcases, refrigerators, shelves, display cases and pot shelves are a few places to consider. If you're at all interested in the energy in the house and believe it has an impact on your everyday life you may want to work with a fung shei consultant or designer. They will help you place things in the house depending on the energy of the house. Don't forget to let them know how important the arts and crafts of your loved ones are and that they need to have their place in the home.

If you or someone close to you is an artist that works in clay or other mediums, you may want to work your art or their art into your designs. Producing pieces that match the color palettes of the house make it much easier to fit them in. You can also create or have someone create different pieces that are needed for your strongest fung shei areas. The most important thing to keep in mind is to have fun and to transform the structure into a place that you want to come home to and spend time in as your space.




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