Mother enjoying her new In-Law Suite

Design and Build the Perfect In-Law Suite for your Northern Virginia Home

Mother enjoying her new In-Law Suite

Forget all those mother-in-law jokes. Most people love their in-laws. So much so, that we’re seeing a trend in adding additional living space onto homes in Northern Virginia for multi-generational living. An in-law suite, or an accessory dwelling unit (ADU), not only creates the ideal space, it adds value to your home. If you’re considering moving your in-laws into your home, here are some tips on how to design and build the perfect in-law suite for both comfort and privacy.

Consider Who Will Live There. What are Their Specific Needs?

SDB Inspiration Studio Bathroom ShowroomAn in-law suite doesn’t have to be designated just for in-laws. With multi-generational living, it can accommodate anywhere from seniors to teenagers to young adults who have been out on their own but who are returning home due to life changes or financial savings. Each has their own specific needs for privacy, independence, safety and overall use.

To accommodate the needs of all ages easily and to plan ahead for the future, incorporate Universal Design features into the remodel.

  • Make areas spacious to accommodate wheelchair or walker access
  • Include no-slip flooring, wider doorways, grab bars and handrails
  • Incorporate separate heating, AC, and lighting controls
  • Install a walk-in shower
  • Switch to lever handles for doors and faucets
  • Use safe and low-maintenance materials

Where Will You Locate the In-Law Suite?

in-law addition

Zoning regulations and lot setbacks can play a big role in how and where you can create an in-law suite in your Northern Virginia home. Check with your qualified design/build remodeling firm prior to making any plans. They’ll know the zoning, ordinance and HOA regulations and restrictions. If you’re looking to accommodate senior members of the family, offering first-floor access may be the wisest placement, otherwise consider adding an elevator or chairlift.

There are many options for where to create your in-law suite:

  • Garage or porch conversion. An attached or detached garage or porch is normally not habitable due to its lack of insulation, heating and wall outlets. However, it does already have the framing, foundation and roof in place. That’s a great start that can save on the cost of creating a space from scratch.
  • Attic conversion. Remodeling upwards in your house can convert an unused attic into living space. You’ll want to add insulation and separate heating, and ensure that the stairway and interior spaces are large enough to meet building codes. Consider adding sound-proofing to the floor.
  • Basement conversion. Refinishing a basement is one of the simpler ways to add an in-law suite. Divide the space into sleeping and living spaces, and add or convert a bathroom. You may also be able to connect an outside entrance. Consider measures to protect against water infiltration and mold, and add windows for additional light and egress points.
  • Spare room conversion. There are likely a room or rooms in your home that aren’t used regularly—like the dining room, a formal living room, den or child’s bedroom. Convert a large room into a bedroom/bathroom in-law suite, combine adjacent rooms to create a larger suite, or add an addition to bump out additional space.
  • Addition. Depending on zoning regulations, you can raise the roof and build a second (or third) floor onto your home, or build an addition onto the side or back of the house. This allows you to design the features and spaces you desire with the least amount of space restrictions.
  • ADU. Another option may be the creation of a separate dwelling on your property called an accessory dwelling unit or ADU (depending upon jurisdictional regulations). This is defined as a complete and separate unit that includes a bedroom, living area, kitchen and bathroom. It can be used for family members or as an income-producing rental.

Think About the Layout

A typical “full” in-law suite can comprise a living room, full kitchen, separate bedroom and private bathroom, along with adequate storage and perhaps a separate entrance. Smaller suites can include a bedroom and sitting area adjacent to a nearby bathroom.

When thinking about layout, consider how the space will be used, and by whom. Do you need room for wheelchair access? Will you have to accommodate a disability? Is storage a requirement? Is it needed for younger or older people?

Think ahead to potential uses too. Is this suite to be used for young adults now and does it need to be ready for older adults in the future? All of these considerations should be incorporated into the original design to avoid having to make remodeling changes later on.

Are Privacy and Access Important?

Maintaining independence is often of large interest for seniors, and it is certainly a priority for young adults. Having a separate and complete living area with a separate entrance helps to enable independent living and privacy, especially helpful when living with different schedules.

Older individuals or those with disabilities may also need accommodations for access to the in-law suite in terms of first-floor living, low- or no-threshold entrances, or ramps.

Other Design Considerations

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Outside of the layout, details matter. Choose features that can add luxury, comfort and style to your in-law suite in Northern Virginia.

  • Color palette. You may love bold, vibrant colors, but if you are not going to live in the space, choose colors that suit the resident, or neutrals that can work for any generation. Add pops of color for interest. Hold colors to a simple palette to give a sense of openness and less visual clutter.
  • Separate utilities. Installing separate HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems allows your in-law suite to function independently and enables the residents to set their own comfortable temperatures. A plus if you ever want to rent it out!
  • Cozy touches. Since this will serve as somebody’s private residence, add touches that can cozy up the place, like a fireplace, sun-drenched reading nook, or a coffee/drinks station. Include space for a sofa, and chairs and a table for eating, crafting or games. Large windows and extra touches like crown molding can add a luxury feel.
  • Home office. If younger folks will be living here, they likely need a place to work from home. Creating a desk or workspace area can be helpful. Older folks may also want to set up a computer.

According to a Virginia Realtors’ data analysis, by 2017, more than one in five (22%) Northern Virginia residents lived in a multigenerational household. With more families are becoming concerned about older parents living alone, and about the high costs of assisted living facilities, they’re turning to remodeling to add or convert space in their existing homes to accommodate elderly family members.

Hire an Expert at Building Northern Virginia In-Law Suites—Schroeder Design/Build

Since 1986, Schroeder Design/Build has been transforming homes throughout Northern Virginia with award-winning remodeling. And we’d love to help make your home function well for multi-generational living with the perfect in-law suite.

Read about some of our exciting projects in our Project Stories, especially our story about a Fairfax, VA mother-in-law suite remodel with Aging in Place and Universal Design features. Then contact us to schedule a free consultation. We’ll be glad to discuss the process, costs and timeline for remodeling your home.

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5 Reasons to Invest in Your Northern Virginia Home Right Now

Invest in homeCertainly, the past two years have been strange and unpredictable to say the least. As we start to see the tides change, new uncertainties loom for Fairfax County homeowners now grappling with rising inflation caused by higher demand, rising interest rates, and a looming recession. 

The good news is that, despite all these concerns, remodeling your Northern Virginia home is a smart investment. Several factors come into play, including a unique housing market, less stretched remodeling firms, better lifestyle value, and improved home equity. 

Let’s take a look at each of these surprising reasons, and show how what seems like the worst time to renovate your home is actually the best time to design and build a new room addition, kitchen, bathroom, home office, home gym, outdoor living space, or other upgrade that you’ve always dreamed of. 

Reason #1: The Housing Market is Stable

So many factors are impacting the housing market that it’s easy to get confused. Part of the reason is that home prices and sales have skyrocketed since the pandemic began, and are at long last stabilizing. That makes it seem like the market is in far worse shape than it actually is. 

Here are some numbers to prove that: According to the Federal Reserve Bank, median home prices have shot up nearly 36% over the past couple years, and have come down only 2.4% over the past month. So the “downturn” is the housing market returning to ‘more normalized conditions.’

In terms of what’s around the bend, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) predicts that home prices will go up 11% the rest of 2022, and level off at 2% for 2023. So much for a looming “recession”–your home’s value is set to remain 30% higher than what it was in 2020.

Reasons #2: The Remodeling Market is Calming Down

If you think inflation is bad now, spending on remodeling throughout the pandemic was nearly triple that rate. That meant consumer demand was through the roof, and remodeling firm supply couldn’t keep up. The results were long wait times, high costs, and low homeowner satisfaction. 

Another ongoing challenge has been global supply chain issues, which also boosted wait times and costs for critical materials and appliances. But the National Association of Home Builders reported a record 4.1% decline in material costs in one month, signaling a turning of the tide. 

And yet another pandemic silver lining is interest rates. The Job Center for Housing Studies at Harvard predicts they’ll calm the overall market down, enabling your favorite remodeling contractors in Northern Virginia to dedicate themselves to your business, and do it more affordably than ever.

Reason #3: Live Better in the Home You Love

Home prices, sales, and materials costs are a numbers game, while you and your family’s happiness is difficult – if not impossible – to quantify. That’s especially true when you consider all the feelings associated with living in a home that’s beautiful, efficient, and comfortable. 

Since much has been made about “lifestyle value” related to home ownership and renovation, the NAR decided to give its measurement a shot. In 2017 they created a mathematical algorithm to capture homeowner sentiment regarding their houses, and called it a “Joy Score.” 

Turns out that the Joy Score for homeowners who remodeled their houses, and did it with the help of experienced contractors, was substantially higher than those who didn’t remodel at all, or insisted on doing it themselves. The takeaway: Dream homes are a dream come true!

Reason #4: Get a Home Loan While Your Equity is Hot

Getting a HELOC, or Home Equity Line of Credit is a good idea now, thanks to the value of your home being so high. Since HELOCs have variable rates directly tied to the Fed’s interest rate, it’s a classic “use it or lose it” scenario to get the most value while your home equity is highest.  

All HELOCs have what’s called a draw period, and a repayment period. During the former you are able to borrow money, and may only be responsible for paying the interest. After that period is over, you’ll have to start repaying the loan and the interest charged by your bank.

Essential pros: interest rates are usually lower than for other lines of credit; you can borrow exactly as much as you need when you need it; you get great tax benefits. The cons: annual fees; over-borrowing; unexpectedly variable and high interest rates; unstable housing market. 

Summary: Now’s Actually a Great Time to Renovate!

Although we’re all reluctant to read the newspaper each morning, the headline is surprisingly good for Fairfax County residents who want to improve their homes, financial standing, and quality of life. Despite all the doom and gloom, the future is bright, especially for remodels. 

As we’ve seen, that’s because many of the factors that make consumers jittery have become incentives to invest in the renovation you’ve been putting off. You have a chance to do it efficiently, affordably, and spectacularly this chaotic year. The time is now to make it happen. 

Another vital consideration is your choice of Northern Virginia contractor. Make sure you’re partnering with a true “Design-Build” firm, one where the up front planning, design and project management is seamlessly connected to the actual construction work. Great communication is key!

Reason #5: Partner with the Best Design-Build Firm in Northern Virginia

Award-Winning Historic Home Renovation and Two-Story Residential Addition in Burke, VASchroeder Design Build is a multi-generational, family owned and operated remodeling firm located in Fairfax, Virginia. Since 1986, we’ve been providing 1,000+ clients throughout Northern Virginia with comprehensive design and construction services. 

We take our proprietary Design-Build process very seriously to ensure our projects are completed on time, on budget, and to client expectations. The first and most vital step is listening to our clients needs and interpreting their vision of a dream home. The design and build phases are seamlessly integrated to ensure continuous communication and a smooth project to completion. 

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CrossFit Garage Gym

How to Create a Fitness Garage Gym in Your Home

CrossFit Garage Gym

Every fitness garage gym is going to look a little different—that’s the beauty of the concept! By incorporating your gym into your home, you can completely customize it to your individual wants and needs. Still, there are a few essentials that most fitness experts agree that everyone should have in their home gym. Here are a few tips as offered by Andrew Schroeder, Schroeder Design/Build’s CEO and a CrossFit enthusiast.

Home Garage Gym Essentials

How to Get Started

First, determine how big you want your fitness garage gym to be, and how much space you can dedicate to it. If you have a 1.5-car garage or an extended garage, you might easily be able to adjust the space to fit all the equipment you need. (We can also build you a garage addition!)

Your home garage gym should require a minimum 10’ x 10’ space. This will allow enough room for the pull-up bar and other essential equipment, with breathing room to really get into your workout. You don’t want a tight space that will restrict your movement or make you uncomfortable, otherwise, you might not end up using your home gym as often as intended.

Tips for the Garage

To make your fitness garage gym a more comfortable workout space, and you are building your garage from the ground up, incorporate a mini-split (heated and cool area). Insulate both the room and the garage door.

Must-Haves for your Fitness Gym

CrossFit Equipment

An ideal fitness gym includes these three must-have pieces or sets of equipment:

    1. Dumbbells
      Dumbbells are a necessary building block and can be incorporated into any weightlifting exercise. They are available in both fixed and adjustable styles. Make your selections based on your budget, space, and preferences. Adjustable dumbbells provide the most flexibility and they come in a variety of options,” Andrew says. “The best tool to have if you are limited on space is the adjustable dumbbell set. If you have ample space, go for the full dumbbell set.”
    2. Mats
      Mats help to protect your concrete slab and your weight sets. Andrew prefers horse stall mats available from the Tractor Supply Company store.
    3. Bench
      Another mandatory item is an adjustable bench that will allow angled workouts, bench presses, curls, etc.

Optional Equipment for Your Fitness Gym

CrossFit Garage Gym

If you have the space and the budget, additionally incorporate these items into your fitness gym:

  • Pull-up Rig (free-standing or mounted)
    A pull-up bar is one of the most effective exercises for strengthening your back muscles. As a fitness or CrossFit enthusiast yourself, you may already have one. If not, you may be able to find a bar attachment that works with your other equipment in order to save money. Or choose a stand-alone option.
  • Rack (full x-rack or cage rack)
    For safety and stability, a full power rack is a good option, and for CrossFit athletes, a power rack can be adjusted to adapt to various exercises. A squat rack may also be preferred. Most power racks are created from heavy-duty steel tubes, with a weight capacity of more than 800 pounds. The power rack can include an overhead pull-up bar. For the cage structure, you stand inside while working out, and load your barbell onto a platform with height-adjustable safety bars. It is designed to keep weights from falling on you or damaging your floor in the case of a failed rep by using catcher arms that extend across the entire length of the cage. The platform also allows you to add accessories like resistance bands or an overhead cable pulley. It also offers the option of securing it to the home gym floor for additional stability.
  • Plates (bumper, metal, or rubber plates)
    Not all plates are created equally. You will want to consider the pros and cons of bumper plates vs. metal vs. rubber plates. Bumper plates are formed from a high-density rubber, and bounce if dropped during movements like snatches, clean and jerks, and overhead squats, which helps protect the weight, the barbells, and your floor from damage. This makes them a good choice for a fitness gym. Choose sets in 45, 25, 10, and 5-pound increments to allow for a full-range CrossFit workout. Metal plates are created from cast iron, steel, or chrome and increase in both diameter and thickness as their weight becomes higher. They are available in 5, 10, 25, and 45-pound sizes and cannot be dropped. Rubber plates are metal plates with a thin rubber coating and may have a hexagonal shape and holes for effective gripping. They also cannot be dropped.
  • Barbell
    You will need a barbell in order to use your plates. It is a straight, 7-foot metal bar onto which the plates are held by clamp collars (pressurized spring coils). Select any Olympic lifting-style multipurpose bar that works within your budget, or choose the typical CrossFit 20Kg bar as a splurge.

Nice To Have, But Not Required, Equipment

You’ll have a great workout with the equipment we’ve highlighted above. But if you want to go even further, here are some nice-to-have add-ons for your CrossFit garage gym:

  • Cardio equipment – ski rower or stationary bike; great for lung and heart conditioning
  • Box – box jumps and jump-overs are important elements of CrossFit training. Choose a box with soft edges to avoid slip-and-fall injuries.
  • Rings
  • Clock timer
  • TV with speakers
  • Mirrored wall
  • Ab wheel

Other home gym essentials can include a weight lifting belt or straps, elbow and knee sleeves, and extra shoes. You may want to also invest in solid warmup and cooldown equipment like a set of bands for stretching, and a slingshot to loosen up hips, quads, and hamstrings.

How Andrew Schroeder Stocks His CrossFit Garage Gym


Here is what’s in Andrew’s own CrossFit garage gym:

  • Hyper volt
  • SSB 65#
  • Pulling sled
  • Matador dip bar
  • Curl Bar
  • Monster light rack with pull-up bar (not a full cage)
  • Oly bar, 45# & 35#
  • Cowboy power bar 45#
  • Trap bar 60#
  • Axel bar—stubby, 1.9” 20#
  • Fatter brushing bar, 45#
  • Plates (metal and bumpers), 700#
  • Dumbbells, 5-20 lbs. in 2.5-lb. increments; 20-25 lbs. in 5-lb increments; 50-60 lbs. in 10-lb. increments
  • 2p KB
  • Fat Gripz
  • Erg
  • Ski erg
  • 13’ rope (he has 13’ ceilings in the garage)
  • Rings on rig and from ceiling
  • 20# and 12 wall ball
  • Adjustable bench
  • 20/24/30” box
  • 12/14/16” box
  • Weight vest (up to 30#)
  • 70# wreck bag
  • 150# sandbag
  • Weighted belt
  • Zercher harness
  • Play mats for lunches
  • AB mat and wheel
  • Forearm roll up
  • Bosu ½ ball
  • Parallettes
  • Chains, 4 x 20#
  • Mountain dog band set
  • Safety bars
  • Rig pulley system
  • Kettle bell grips
  • Battle rope

Schroeder Design/Build. Building More Than Just Homes in Northern Virginia

As you can see, we have expertise in more than just remodeling or building homes! We can also help you build your body, strength, and health. If you live in Northern Virginia and you’d like to build a garage addition to hold a fitness gym, or retrofit your existing garage, contact us for more information. We can be reached at 703-449-1700 or

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5 Remodeling Project Trends Expected in 2022

People are always curious about what’s coming next. And in remodeling, we like to look at what consumers are asking for. What the industry is seeing are five remodeling project trends expected to boom in 2022.

Remodeling Project Trends for 2022

Trend 1: Better mudroom functionality

Families are well familiar with the frantic searches for keys, backpacks, gloves, hats, and other essentials, especially during the morning rush to get out the door. Remodelers can help alleviate the confusion with a mudroom constructed to a family’s individual needs.

Those designing a mudroom, or an “all-purpose drop zone,” can build from scratch or convert an underutilized space such as an area in or near the garage or laundry room. Other areas that function well include drop-off areas for package and grocery deliveries; pet washing stations with an oversized sink or shower pan; specified storage for each family member; laundry equipment area with shelving, a folding counter and a sink; a central charging station; and even something fun like a boot dryer. A waterproof, easy-to-clean luxury vinyl tile floor helps.


Trend 2: Specialized Outdoor Rooms

Homeowners are asking remodelers to build spaces to suit their favorite interests. Landscape architect Ryan Kettelkamp of the Chicago-based Kettelkamp & Kettelkamp found that “more clients wanted an outdoor kitchen this past season.” This included a grill, water source and a pizza oven!

Remodeling project trends indicated that other families may want a firepit or outdoor fireplace; a lawn or terrace area where a large screen can be put up to watch movies; an edible garden; and raised wood planters and trellises.

Trend 3: Larger Windows

Homeowners want to feel like they’re connecting with the outdoors even when they’re stuck inside and are changing out windows and doors to fit larger glass options. Windows installed higher, as in a clerestory; garage-style glass doors that roll up; and smaller framework for a thinner window profile are being requested. Durability and energy efficiency remain at the top of the list.


Trend 4: Flexible Home Offices

Having a place to work or study from home became a need during the pandemic. According to the 2021 Houzz Emerging Home Design Trends Report, searches for home offices were up 108%. Designing a room or area with privacy, light and quiet was important.

Connecticut-based designer Sharon McCormick suggests asking yourself these questions:

  • Do you need a door?
  • Do you want natural light?
  • Do you need or want to share space?
  • Do you have an extra room or space, like a large walk-in closet, landing, attic or basement?
  • What furnishings and accessories do you need?

Trend 5: Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)

Those with space on their property may opt for the remodeling project trend of building an accessory dwelling unit, or ADU. Similar to a tiny house, these structures are “generally detached from the main house and range in size between 500 and 800 square feet, but as large as 1,200 square feet,” said Caitlin Bigelow, an ADU advocate who runs Maxable, an educational resource on ADUs.

Increased approval from planning and building departments has boosted the popularity of ADUs, which can be used as a housing solution for returning grown children, renters, or older parents (granny flat).

Bigelow recommends installing doorways that accommodate a wheelchair, and removing thresholds between areas when designing your ADU, and including natural light, insulation, key appliances and universal design features overall.

Related: Did you miss our July 2021 design seminar on ADUS? Watch it here!

For Expert Remodeling, Contact Schroeder Design/Build

You too, can add function, value and joy to your home, both inside and out with these remodeling project trends. Contact Schroeder Design/Build to talk about your remodeling dreams in Northern Virginia.


–Excerpted from “5 Remodeling Projects Expected to Boom in 2022” by Barbara Ballinger, published in Pro Remodeler, September 20, 2021.

Build Up, Not Out: Adding a Second Story to Your Home

Many of the older homes here in Northern Virginia are smaller than what today’s families want and need. And the houses can be built on smaller lots, especially the closer towards Washington, D.C. they are located. So when families want to add space, they don’t have the option of going to the front, back or sides…they have to build up, not out, adding a second story to the home.

Here are some reason why you should consider adding a second story to your house.

You love your location

One way to get more space is to move to a larger home. But you love where you live! You don’t want to disrupt the kids from their schools, the neighbors have become great friends, and the area is so convenient to all you do.

You increase your home’s value

Larger square footage certainly adds to the value of your home. So does a second story. Plus, you don’t love valuable yard space. When you eventually sell your property, future buyers will appreciate the second story and your home will be a more desirable purchase.

You can design what you want

All homes have things that you wish you could fix. Here’s your chance! While adding the second story, take advantage of reconfiguring your home’s overall layout, or modifying the existing structure to make it more of what you really want in a home. Remove walls, relocate room functions, add windows, or just have fun with the design options.


Second story addition going up.


Same house before second story addition.


What are your options for a second story addition?

Although there is room for creative design, there are also building regulations and codes that need to be followed. Your design also depends on your budget and the home’s location. Taking these into account, there are a couple of choices in a second story addition: a full addition/remodel or an expansion.

Full second story addition

A full second story addition is ideal for one-level houses like a ranch-style home where an additional floor is required. A full addition can also mean a total revamp of an existing upper floor. It can reconfigure existing space or totally change the look and use of a home.

Adding a large space may require additional support systems including plumbing, HVAC and electrical installations or upgrades. New heating and air conditioning zones may need to be added. You may also want to take this time to install green or energy-efficient systems, windows, and thermal insulation.

Second story expansion

A second story addition doesn’t have to involve the entire upper floor. It can mean expanding out horizontally, such as adding a room over an existing garage or porch.

Related: 2021 Home Addition Costs

Additional things to consider with your second story addition

  • When you add a second story to your home, expect a disruption to your lifestyle. Because the roof will need to be removed, your family will need to relocate to temporary housing during the remodel or renovation for approximately six months.
  • Depending upon the size and style of your addition, you may also expect that additional structures will need to be put into place to support the extra weight. This can require modifications to the existing walls and foundation.
  • You will also need a staircase to the second floor, which will reduce the floor space in one of your first-level rooms or require modification on the ground floor.
  • Keep in mind that you will want your second story addition to match the rest of the house. Choosing matching siding and windows can create a seamless look. If these items are no longer available, however, you may want or need to change out the windows and siding on the first floor to match the new addition.

Choose a Design/Build Remodeling Company

Before you do anything, talk to an experienced professional, like Schroeder Design/Build. As our name says, we offer comprehensive architectural design, interior design and construction services for homeowners throughout Northern Virginia, and we’ll be glad to schedule a virtual or in-house, no-obligation consultation to talk about your second story addition. In the meanwhile, check out our Additions Portfolio for inspiration.

Contact Schroeder Design/Build today at 703-449-1700 or send us an email to

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The 5 Home Addition Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid

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The 5 Home Addition Mistakes You Can Easily AvoidEven minor mistakes can affect your enjoyment of your Northern Virginia home addition. Avoiding these five addition mistakes will help you ensure that your new space is practically perfect.

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In-Law Additions & Conversions – What to Consider When Remodeling to Care for Your Parents

In-Law Additions & Conversions – What to Consider When Remodeling to Care for Your Parents

Many couples today are making the decision to remodel their homes to allow their aging parents to move in with them. This generous gesture will enable your loved ones to maintain a sense of independence and have the security of being close by when they need additional care or assistance. If you are finding yourself in a similar situation, one of the first things on your mind is likely how to adapt your home to accommodate them safely and comfortably. There are several ways to remodel your home for your aging parents and fortunately, just because a home is senior-friendly does not mean it has to sacrifice style or luxury! Read more