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Below you will find a selection of the most recent entries from bloggers in the Your Home section. Anna helps her clients to visualize their ideal lifestyle and works side-by-side with tem to reach their goals. She offers personal organizing sessions, virtual coaching and organizes workshops on various organizing and zero waste topics. EMF handles the heavy lifting so clients do not have to learn a new trade, take time off work, or sacrifice family holidays or their sanity just to make their house a home.

Gareth Jefferies - Alpine Property Gareth Jefferies left the West Yorkshire Police in to make a new life for himself and his wife in the mountains. Responsible for marketing and technology at Alpine Properties, a French-registered estate agency with bilingual agents located all over the French Alps, Gareth is usually the first contact you will have the company.

He is always happy to discuss your project with you, usually by email, suggesting various properties and making appointments. Virginie Dor - Space of Mine As founder of Space of Mine, a professional business specializing in residential organizing, Virginie Dor is committed to helping individuals and families better their lives, take control of their surroundings and time by creating organizing solutions that are individually tailored to each client.

As a proud member of NAPO National Association of Professional Organizers , she is an expert in clutter control, work flow, space planning and time management. Tara Lissner - Swiss Gardening School An enthusiastic, self-taught gardener, Tara Lissner is passionate about gardening and eager to share her zeal and knowledge with other gardening fans. In , she joined forces with Hester Macdonald, a British-trained landscape designer, to launch the Swiss Gardening School.

Aislinn Delmotte - Settling Here Aislinn Delmotte runs Settling Here, a company which aims to provide practical help and advice to individuals, couples and families relocating to the Pays de Gex, a region where some of the customs are similar to those in neighbouring Switzerland, but where many aspects of living are entirely different.

Sophia Kelly - Sophia Kelly Home Design Responding to the growing demand for home design services in the international community, Sophia Kelly provides a range of tailor-made services, which are perfect for clients who have just moved into a new home or who simply need help reorganizing one that they have lived in for many years! From raging snow storms to sunny afternoons in short sleeves the month of March never ceases to surprise.

We feel we are just coming out of the cold of winter with length in the day and sunshine on our faces only to be hit with high winds, cold temperatures and snow. At least we know that the garden is prepared and ready for these crazy meteorological outbursts, even the seemingly delicate spring bulbs manage to withstand the wild weather.

For me March signifies the turning point, the new start, the wake up call.

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The sun is higher in the sky giving my neglected beds the warmth and light they need to come back to life. This of course is also a wake up call for me to get moving. Now is the time to clear these damp and cold beds of the debris from last year, all the frost kissed seed heads that looked so lovely a few months ago are now a soggy mess impeding the progress of my narcissus. I have a busy few weeks ahead of me. The vibrance of yellow always takes my breath away in March. The delicate shades of the first primula followed by the pretty narcissus and the billowing branches of the forsythia heralding the end of winter — such joy.

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Read more Said home is situated in the old town of Collex-Bossy, and although the s-era building itself is not classified, it sits in a Zone 4B heritage-protected neighbourhood. This means that relatively stringent cantonal regulations dictate every minute detail of the type of transformation and the choice of materials allowed when converting this space into a cosy family home. The structure is currently uninhabitable thanks to the discovery of undersized structural beams, rampant wood worm, asbestos and lead. Although the electric radiators and hot water heater still function, current rules insist that the old electric-based heating system has to go.

One of the first and most pressing questions among many we tackled to date was how to replace the no-longer-authorised and energy-consuming electric heating system given the lack of a cellar or sufficient technical space for a larger furnace and boiler installation.

What is more, modern energy regulations in Geneva require that once a roof is reconstructed remember, we will replace the timber roof truss and insulate the structure to 21st century standards , it must be fitted out with solar panelling and related equipment for heating water—another internal space zapper. Luckily, after a full though technically-challenging energy audit, we have decided to go forward with a wood pellet heating system with underfloor distribution on the upper floors and radiator units under the ground floor windows.

The latter was a compromise as we do not have the ceiling height necessary on the entry level for in-ground insulation plus an underfloor installation. Digging too far down into the stone and earth traditional foundation was also deemed too risky for the solidity of the building. We found a compact modulable pellet store that will be installed in the very back of the ground-floor technical room that is large enough to minimise the number of deliveries needed throughout the year, thereby reducing recharge fees. At the outset and during a few rather stressful moments in the planning process, this renovation project seemed to be full of nothing but constraints.

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However, we have had at least one rather pleasant surprise! Because the home will be heated with wood pellets, a renewable energy source produced from wood waste, the owner will be eligible for an exemption on the solar-heated water installation and still qualify for generous subsidies. Well other than the obvious reason of budget savings in the region of Fr. If it had been imposed on the project by building regulations, it is likely that we would have lost the ground floor guest bath and a portion of the vital technical room.

Instead, we are not only saving part of the project budget which will be dedicated to triple glazing on the new windows, an energy plus, but also we will be economising on technical space leaving more room for living space. A big win for this client. Liz spent the first ten years of her professional career as a free-market micro-economist and project manager.

A move to Geneva in with her young family inspired a change from the corporate world In , Liz founded EMF to provide renovation project management services to busy expat homeowners who want to transform their space without the overwhelm. Harvest is a time of new beginnings, as the long hot summer draws to a close, the hum of traffic increases as schools return to their academic routines and the garden gives its final push of colour and splendor before the weather changes and autumn is really upon us.

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We have had the most spectacular summer season. The Swiss federal office of meteorology has declared the third hottest summer since records began in ; only and were warmer. These extreme weather conditions affect the home gardener making planting decisions more and more critical.

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