H.A. Fisher Homes builds homes that meet the physical and emotional needs of women, from useful kitchens to welcoming front porches. A front porch is a wonderful place to sit back
H.A. Fisher Homes is excited about our upcoming Reynolds Farm Woman-Centric Neighborhood, in North Kingstown, RI. Our new community will offer floorplans for just about every lifestyle imaginable.
Did you know that women make up nearly 80% of all homebuilding decisions? What matters most to women when building a new home is a place for entertaining, de-stressing, an area that is flexible and serves different needs as well as a place for storage and organization?
Moving can often be a stressful time especially if your moving with children. No need to worry because we have tips that will make your move to your new home in Warwick, RI with kids go a little smoother.
Now you have talked with the H.A Fisher new home builder in Warwick RI about your plans of having a room designated for a home theatre, it’s time to start considering your options. First things first, get the dimensions of your room and bring them with you wherever
So, we paused our movie to continue our recent conversation about Home Theater… (See Home Theater, Part I, here). After you ponder how to use that “Flex” or “Bonus” room for entertainment in your home, and spent some time examining that space to see if/how your vision could play out, we move to the next part
Everyone in? Ok, let’s dim the lights! Did anyone grab the popcorn? Hurry, grab a seat! Shhh….the movie is about to start! Have you ever dreamed of having your own private home theater? Or a recreation room, complete with a ping-pong or pool table, board games, and, of course, a large flat
Everyone in? Ok, let’s dim the lights! Did anyone grab the popcorn? Hurry, grab a seat! Shhh….the movie is about to start! Have you ever dreamed of having your own private home theater? Or a recreation room, complete with a ping-pong or pool table, board games, and, of course, a large flat screen
Tradition dictates we make resolutions to improve ourselves, our jobs, our surroundings…on and on. It’s overwhelming and destined to fail. How about starting 2014 with a little less lofty agenda, but one that is doable and offers benefits to be enjoyed for the full twelve months – and beyond?
Tradition dictates that when we turn the calendar over into a new year we make all kinds of resolutions to improve ourselves, our jobs, our surroundings…on and on. It’s overwhelming – and destined to fail. Instead, how about starting 2014 with a little less lofty agenda, but one that is doable and offers benefits to
Hand-made crafts – Keepsakes are hard to beat! Personally designed ornaments, tote bags, potted plants, fudge, etc. Why not share your children’s Christmas creations in packages mailed to far away places? (Idea & Inspiration Sources: Real Simple, Better Homes & Garden, & Martha Stewart offer wonderful inspiration.) Entertaining/Cooking – For the “Chef Tell(s)” (or those
5 easy tricks to make your holidays merry & bright by Easy Entertaining, Inc. Chef Kaitlyn Roberts & her team at Easy Entertaining share the following… 1. No Stress Table Settings: Save time and have less stress by using a simple and clean place setting at your Holiday dinners this season. Use festive colors place