Thursday, January 08, 2009

Friday Poll

If you could change one thing about your current home, what would it be?

14 comments:

Steph said...

All of the clutter!! :) It's a work in progress....

Awesome Mom said...

I would love a fully finished basement that had a bathroom so that I don't have to keep running upstairs every five seconds when I need to go.

Heather said...

A bigger kitchen.

J at www.jellyjules.com said...

Only 1? How about 1000 more square feet, and I'll make refinements later. ;)

dgm said...

Although I love being on a big hill, I wish the street didn't have cars that speed up and down at 60 miles an hour. It would be nice if the kids could ride their bikes in front of the house, but that is way too dangerous.

Liz said...

I'd take out all the carpet and replace it with hardwood floors. Then I'd re-do the entire kitchen. Sorry, I couldn't stop at one.

Cherry said...

Increase its value to at least what I paid.

Maternal Mirth said...

2 more bedrooms so that each child would have their own pig sty ...

chichimama said...

So many projects, so unable to choose. Probably the dark scary, basement laundry room. I delay doing laundry until I MUST. DO. LAUNDRY. because the laundry room is so dark and scary...

Autumn's Mom said...

The laundry room. It was destroyed by the previous tenants and was the only room not repaired. Hopefully we can repair it before our new washer and dryer comes.

Nance said...

I'm with Awesome Mom--I want a finished basement, but I don't even need a bathroom down there.

I'm so easy!

gmcountrymama said...

Bigger! My house is so small, the only thing that helps me not feel claustrophobic in it, is that my closest neighbor is 1/4 mile away.

dr sardonicus said...

Put a basement underneath it. The crawl space is big enough to stand up in, but it would be nice to dig it out and have a finished basement.

Patois said...

Yeah, yeah, it's Monday and I'm answering a Friday poll. I'm thinking you don't mean the carpet, so I'd have a garage rather than just a covered carport. But, honestly, we found a perfect home which I still adore, eight years later.