As Father’s Day approaches, consider sharing dad-focused features in your listings, from those that fulfill his hoop fantasies to his passion for barbecuing or hobbies.
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It’s been gray mania in home design over the last few years. We first saw grays grow as the base wall color in homes, then within flooring, furniture (hello, gray sofas!), and now gray colored kitchen cabinets are all the rage. Gray is everywhere!
You want potential buyers to remember a property from the moment they step though the front door. Think beyond just furnishings and décor and present a lifestyle that they can envision—all through memorable, engaging home accents.
Vignette staging is where small groupings of furniture and décor are used for adding some visual appeal and in helping to define the purpose and size of a room. It was a technique widely used at the time. But in today’s staging world, vignette staging does not work.
In a throwback to the 1980s, neon colors are popping up in more home decor. The flashiness of neon colors is a sure-fire way to brighten up your home’s interior, and the way fluorescents are being worked into a room isn't as nauseating as you might at first imagine.
When moms are looking for a property, they tend to be drawn to homes with features that work for the entire family. Highlighting these family-friendly features could be paramount in appealing to mom buyers.
New countertop styles are blending in to match your kitchen with high polish and soft, wave-esque patterns.
Besides a good window cleaning, there’s another way to boost your curb appeal and get those windows shining: Remove the screens.
Use these tips to make your outdoor space feel more like your favorite indoor space.
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