Benjamin Franklin once wrote that "Fish and visitors smell in three days." That statement is
usually the truth, but there are a few precautions that can be taken to remedy these problems.
Yesterday's fish stays fresh when kept in a refrigerator, but what can be done about visitors?
There aren't many things in life that are as wearisome and stressful as the unexpected long-term
houseguest. It may be a friend who is down on his luck, a son who's taking a break from his
education, or even your in-laws; whatever the situation may be, we often find ourselves in need of
some extra living space. Home designers understand this dilemma, and they have thought of an
excellent solution --- the " In-Law Suite! "
Home Designers are creating more and more houses that include an area to lodge your slightly
overbearing guests. Most people think that an In-law apartment is only for the wealthy. This was
usually the case in the past, but not any more! Check out Plan 153-1868, for instance. This plan is
stylish, compact, and affordable, but it also offers a spacious In-law suite! The key to having an
enjoyable time with visitors lies in your ability to separate yourself from your guests.
People say that "distance makes the heart grow fonder." Well, distance also makes your guests a
lot more tolerable. That is why a good guest suite should be situated in a manner that you can get
away from your company and they can get away from you, because even your best friends and
next of kin can grow tiresome after awhile. If you always seem to find yourself lodging guests, you
should really check out our selection of home plans with In-Law Suites. You'll be glad you did!