Framing a home in a glow of lights can show off your holiday spirit and your home this season. Depending on how much you commit too, you could become the talk of the town. But there’s that fine line between magical glow of holiday spirit and, well, the one that sent Clark Griswold from “Christmas Vacation” yelling expletives.
Painting a room can be a quick, transformative update for new homeowners to accomplish.
Mix black and white buffalo prints with some burlap, greenery, and the warm, yellow glow of lights and candles and you have a very welcoming home this holiday season.
Virtual twilight photos aren’t just for luxury listings or already beautiful homes. For properties requiring exterior improvements, virtual twilight can add a polished look, improve curb appeal and increase buyer interest in practically any property.
These simple tips will put the finishing touch on your holiday staging.
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If you thought jeans were just for wearing, you are mistaken. Denim is becoming a hot fabric in home décor. We’re seeing denim sofa coverings, pillows, table runners, ottomans, rugs and bedding.
That spot over the stove is prime real estate in the kitchen these days. Lately that space is being reserved for a decorative hood, which is becoming the centerpiece of the kitchen.
Love it or hate it, faux fur furniture is having a big moment in home design, and you'll spot it creeping up in a lot more interiors lately.
Kelly Kurtz took the strategy of decluttering and cleaning this cottage but purposely muted her staging accessories to fit the style of the property. The home, which was built in 1925, was listed for $249,900.
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