Walkthrough Wednesday: Kid Storage, Beginners Landscape & Increasing Home Value

Today’s house has a pretty great voice booming from it. If you’re in the Syracuse area, I know he’ll sound familiar to you – Joey Walker on 93Q. And as great as that voice is, the person behind it is even cooler. Joey is legitimately one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. The type of person where the moment you meet him, you instantly know he’s one of the good guys. So, it comes as no surprise that his family is, too. 

When they were considering their first home, they asked us to take a look, in all its shag carpeted glory. I could instantly see the potential, and so could they. Which, I have to say, not many people can see past the puke green shag, so they got even more points in our book. He and his wife Tiffany have made a lot of DIY changes so far and have swung from the first time homebuyer ropes with relative ease. They called us over to check on the progress, suggest other ways to increase their value, and give them some hacks to hide all those toys. Without further ado, here is this week’s Walkthrough Wednesday, presented by Busch Products and Cambria!

The baskets you see above are here, and a bit of a splurge. But the best part is they double as such a great statement piece and no one would guess they’re chock full of toys. Looking for a more budget-friendly option? Check out Home Goods – so many designer dupes for a fraction of the price – especially in the clearance section! And my favorite place to source baskets this summer has been at our local Farmer’s Market. Hand-woven, one of a kind, and you’re supporting local. A win-win! 

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