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5 First-time Homeowner Reminders from an Interior Designer

Interior designer Aislinn Kee shares the 5 things that every first-time homeowner should do

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Photography: Marc Jao (Main Photo)

Moving into your first home on your own or with a loved one is an exciting thing! You get to choose your furniture, make new memories, and do pretty much whatever you want within the four walls of the space. You can even stay up as late as you want, eat junk food for breakfast, and simply enjoy being the king or queen of your own castle.

As you enjoy your newfound freedom, you must also handle more responsibilities like paying the bills and taking care of your property. If you want to create a safe and comfortable home, here are practical ideas that you should remember:

Ready for your own makeover? Contact interior designer Aislinn Kee at [email protected]

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