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.
Color forecaster Pantone cited geometric patterns as one of the top home design trends to watch in 2018. Shapes and, in particular, circular ones are being showcased in more home decor.
The keys are in your buyer's hands! They've gone through the process ... the search, deciding, inspection, stress, closing, and finally, the elation of buying a new home. Now, they have to make it their own. Here's how.
Does your listing’s lighting need a contemporary makeover? Edison bulbs may be the answer. These clear glass light bulbs, in which the center is exposed, have a nostalgic-like appearance and let out a nice warm glow. They can make your lighting stand out.
A key staging tip from Cyndi Ryan with Staging Gracefully: "Keep your staging simple. Whether for selling that property or even in your own home, no more clutter."
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