How To Take Your Home from Cookie Cutter to Custom


If you just bought a new house or are looking to update your current home’s decor you have to check out a new video blog one of O’Connor Insurance’s clients just started called Cookie Cutter to Custom.  In the videos, Laura gives her input on how to make your home go from boring to custom.  She is very creative and quite clever in personalizing your home.  Best of all she simplifies projects so you don’t have to hire someone unless you want to.  She was even kind enough to solve some of my “challenges.”

This is one of my favorites because of the personalized element with our family’s connections to the railroad.  Laura totally understood that decorating is very personal to Terry and I.  Generally we don’t hang or display items that don’t have some kind of “meaning.”  Laura really nailed this one; now to find the time to work on this!!

After Laura solved my design questions she and I got together at O’Connor Insurance and she featured me in her Expert Advice Series:  Protecting Your Home. She ask some great questions about home insurance.

Laura is offering all her advice free of charge.  You can find all her videos on her You Tube Channel

Connect with her on Facebook so you don’t miss any new videos and of course if you would like some advice reach out to Laura!

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