Comfort, warmth and shelter are essential (and enough) for a fantastic home, don’t you think?
Have you ever noticed hunters of houses on TV who claim they want “character” in their next house . . . only to declare, once there, that the kitchens and baths will have to be gutted bare?
Because they’re out of date! And don’t have double sinks!
Homeowners who can’t cook worth a lick white-wash the character they claim to be after by removing charming butlers pantries and hand-crafted cabinets to create room for stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops.
A cookie cutter home with a cookie cutter kitchen that others of like ilk will covet.
“Ooh . . . I love your new appliances!”
As hunters of houses troll through ponderous preposterous closets fit for a queen, they exclaim that the size is far too small to act as a suitable receptacle for their prodigious pile of possessions.
Even if the closet is large enough to park…
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