A Houzz challenge :: a mission statement for you and your home

I love Houzz, there's no denying it, and this morning I read this article that really got me thinking. Developing a mission statement for your home is a great idea! How helpful this would be not only for decorating but purchasing a home, remodeling, starting a family, and more.  By definition a mission statement is meant to "guide the actions of an organization, spell out its overall goal, provide a path, and guide decision-making, providing the framework or context within which the company's strategies are formulated." We use mission statements in business every day so why not the same for our personal lives and decorating our homes? 

I challenge you, Something Lovely readers, to follow the steps from the article "Decorate with Intention: Could a Mission Statement Help Your House?" and find out what your mission statement would be. Seriously, do it! I took the challenge and was surprised at just how much it helped me to define what it is that is important to me for my home. What would your mission statement be? Take the challenge and see! 
I would love to know what you come up with, so please comment or email me.
Stay tuned for my mission statement for my home.


( images and article via Houzz here. )

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