Faringdon flagstonesFarmhouse Kitchen, Berkshire
Faringdon flagstones were used for this kitchen floor.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
The DeciderPearson, the couples therapist, says that when he and his wife worked together on an addition to their house, they made two decisions that he says prevented 99 percent of all possible disagreements. The first was that they decided what the budget was going to be. According to the survey, this was one of the top tips given by respondents for other couples as well. Figure out what you can afford, agree on it and stick with it. If something comes up during the project that calls for a change in the budget, discuss it with your significant other before making a decision. The second was that Pearson and Bader divided up the decision-making process so that Bader got 51 percent of the voting power and Pearson got 49 percent. In other words, he had input and Bader sought his opinion on things, but in the end, she had the final say because they had decided early on that she would be better suited for spearheading the project.