Staging Your Home for Sale

Does Your Home Have Too Much Personality?

Posted by on Oct 27, 2014 in Staging Your Home for Sale, Tips | 0 comments

Does Your Home Have Too Much Personality? Many sellers love their homes. They’ve made some of their most important memories there, and their home is literally where their heart is. When these homeowners took on improvements, from painting rooms to kitchen and bath renovations, they likely did it with the idea of adding personality. When it’s time to sell, those same homeowners sit across the dining room table from their real estate agent and wonder why, after three months, their home hasn’t sold. Usually, it’s because the home has too much personality. The problem with personality is that...

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Bedroom Trends: What’s In!

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014 in Home Decor, Staging Your Home for Sale, Tips | 0 comments

Bedroom Trends: What’s In Once upon a time, the big bedroom investment was a complete set of furniture that matched identically in style and details. This style is decidedly out this season. Here is what’s popular for master bedrooms for the year to come. In: Coordinated furniture Approach the bedroom like you would a living room, finding furniture that coordinates, but doesn’t necessarily match exactly.  In: Rustic, or raw wood and natural details One of the biggest trend surprises this season is the amount of raw or natural wood especially in pine finishes. The layer of textures, a rustic...

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Make Halloween Work All Harvest

Posted by on Oct 8, 2014 in Home Decor, Real Estate, Staging Your Home for Sale, Tips | 0 comments

How to Make Halloween Decor Work All Harvest While cobwebs and plastic ghouls can create a fun, spooky vibe, a more elegant approach to Halloween decor can last the entire harvest season. Bring Nature Indoors As the weather cools and people spend more time inside, bring in outdoor touches to represent the season. Curly willow sticks gathered with a ribbon and placed horizontally on a table, or arranged in a vase. And of course, wheat sheaves, bales of hay and dried flowers are also elegant additions. You can buy them at any sort of art supply or craft store, and they last from Halloween...

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