Virtual staging can help a vacant condo stand out from the rest and inject a new look into the listing photography, which brings that condo to life.
It’s important to understand the dangers of asbestos during home improvement projects and how to reduce exposure risks.
Furniture is getting curvier this year. Softer lines, curves, and rushing are trending in design. Rounded options are pushing out the sharp-edge designs. It can be a nod to the 1960’s and '70’s, but contemporary fabrics and details keep it from looking outdated.
Some home designers want to make a bigger statement with the ceiling, and they’re turning to wallpaper to do it.
As the island continues to gain stature in kitchens, homeowners are finding ways to spotlight it with contrasting shades or even different countertops to make it the focal point.
See how Libby Paulson staged this remodeled, single-family country estate in Gaithersburg, Md.
Whether you’re selling your own home or staging a home for your seller, paying attention to industry trends can go a long way toward ensuring a fast and successful sale.
We’ve seen brass fixtures gradually coming back over the last few years, and the trend is only getting bigger.
The front porch is making a comeback. More builders are adding them back into new home designs too.
A single-family home located in Upper Montclair in Essex County, N.J. The home was staged by Amy Burke and Katie Miedler, and ended up selling for 7 percent above the asking price--at $1,073,575. Burke and Miedler sought to stage the home with a “fresh, updated, classic, and timeless" look.