Kristina Browning, home functionality coach, shares tips to help you mold, craft, and shape your home to your family's values and needs.
Kristina is a licensed Realtor in Portland, Oregon. She is also a Home Functionality Coach and Podcaster. Her passion is helping people create a home that thrives, not just for today, but for the long haul.
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In this episode, you’ll enjoy:
- How Kristina became interested in the concept of home space design
- What's motivating home owners these days and what to consider when you're thinking about making a change in your home- renovation, re-decorating, tidying, or moving
- How to make the most of the home you want with the space you have
- How to make renovations part of the fun of home ownership instead of a chore
- Surefire ways to add value to your home
- Simple upgrades that will make your home spark joy for you
- Learn about Hygge. Kristina finds this philosophy very inspiring The Little Book of Hygge-Danish Secrets to Happy Living
Kristina's favorite tidying tip:
Buy the storage solution for the gift you are giving-consider that as part of your gift as well! For example, a pretty box for jewelry, or a lovely planter for a plant.
What sparks joy for Kristina:
Vertical grow wall. It sounds amazing! Read about them here: New York Times: Vertical Gardens
You can find Kristina over at spaceandreason.com and on Instagram at @spaceandreason
Check out her podcast: Home Space and Reason
"I ask my clients what their passions are and if the home is supporting those passions and those values."
"Take bite size pieces of a project without getting overwhelmed."
"Plants humanize our surroundings."