Adair's Favorite Recipes During Thanksgiving

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Nov 21, 2017 2:00:00 PM

Topics: Live Smart, Lifestyle

As Thanksgiving approaches, the team at Adair Homes is getting ready to enjoy some quality time with family and friends. Of course, for our food-loving group, the holiday also includes the chance to whip up some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes.

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5 Uses for the Dual Master Suite You Haven't Thought Of

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Oct 17, 2017 12:20:57 PM

Topics: Lifestyle, Floor Plans, Design

Having two master bedrooms in your home gives you flexibility in how your family lives today and into the future. Dual master suites provide large bedrooms, bathrooms, and closet spaces that offer both comfort and privacy, and can be used in a variety of ways, such as:

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Landscaping Ideas for Your Custom Home

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Aug 25, 2017 7:51:06 AM

Topics: Homebuilding Tips, Lifestyle, Design

For homeowners who enjoy a bit of gardening, landscaping can be one of the most exciting parts of building a custom home.

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How to Best Organize When Moving to a New Home

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Jul 14, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Topics: Lifestyle

Moving to a new home is both exciting and stress-inducing. While it’s easy to envision a comfortable life in your new space, the process to get there doesn’t feel so simple. Yes, it will require some hard work, but the rewards are well worth it. Having a plan in advance and sticking to it will make moving day less stressful.

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5 Signs You Need a Bigger Home

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Jul 7, 2017 7:36:00 AM

Topics: Lifestyle, Floor Plans

When it comes to our homes, Americans are all about having plenty of space. In fact, more than 40 percent of homeowners say they wish they lived in a larger home.

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Adjusting to Multigenerational Home Life: Part 4: Overcoming Conflict

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on May 4, 2017 7:57:54 AM

Topics: Build a Custom Home, Lifestyle

Multigenerational homes offer many benefits to the entire family. Children can spend more time with grandparents, young adults can save money when starting their careers, and adult children can help aging parents transition into the next phase of life. However, even close-knit families will face challenges in multigenerational homes

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Multigenerational Home Life Part 3: Making Your New Guest Feel Welcome

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on May 2, 2017 7:46:08 AM

Topics: Lifestyle, Floor Plans

Having parents move in or welcoming adult children back into your home can require some adjustment. Your daily schedules and living preferences might not always align, and unexpected privacy issues might occur if you didn’t plan for them in advance. Fortunately, with a short adjustment period and some forethought, you can make the transition to multigenerational home life go more smoothly.

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Adjusting to Multigenerational Home Life: Part 2: Prepping Your Home

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Apr 28, 2017 8:13:19 AM

Topics: Lifestyle, Floor Plans

As we explored in our last blog, a growing number of families are embracing multigenerational living. While fitting multiple generations under the same roof might sound like a stressful scenario to some, with the right preparation, it can actually be a positive, fun experience that offers benefits to every family member.

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Adjusting to Multigenerational Home Life: Part 1: What to Expect

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Apr 26, 2017 1:54:36 PM

Topics: Lifestyle, Floor Plans

Whether you have aging parents or young adult children who have moved back home, it’s not uncommon for multiple generations to live in the same household these days. While this living situation offers many benefits, it can be a difficult adjustment, especially during the initial transition period. Knowing what to expect can help reduce any potential stress and allow you to prepare in advance as much as possible.

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Pros and Cons of Multigenerational Home Living

Posted by Melissa Lynn Galland on Apr 20, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Topics: Lifestyle, Floor Plans

Since the most recent economic downturn began in 2008, the number of Americans living in multigenerational homes has risen steadily. Today, 60.6 million U.S. residents live with multiple generations under one roof, according to Pew Research Center. That’s nearly 20 percent of the nation’s entire population.

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