When selling your home, chances are, you are looking to both sell quickly and for the highest price point possible. One of the best ways to make this happen is to stage your home. Here are four reasons why: Show Off the Layout: There are many situations in which a homeowner isn't using the layout of their home in the traditional way. While there is nothing wrong with this, it could be a bit off-putting for home buyers. [Read More]
Want Your Remodeled Kitchen To Be A Chef-Friendly Place? What Finishes Are Best?
If you've spent far too long dealing with a less-than-functional kitchen, you may be excited to finally schedule a full kitchen remodel. But while kitchen finishes that don't stand up to heat or moisture may seem counterintuitive by design, there are a number of popular finish options that may leave your newly-remodeled kitchen no more functional than your old one--or, worse, show visible signs of wear and tear after just a few prepared meals. [Read More]
Baby Talk: Why You Should Call Your Interior Decorator For Your Baby's Room
If a new baby is coming, you may be in a tizzy getting ready for your new arrival. There are many items that you may need in order to prepare for a baby including baby clothing, receiving blankets, and diapers. When you are piling so much in the household, it can start to become cluttered. One of the things that you need to remember when bringing a baby into your home is that there needs to be some order to the chaos. [Read More]
How To Use Your Window Treatments To Make Your Home More Energy Efficient
Keeping your home comfortable during summer and winter can be a challenge, especially with the rising costs of energy to power your home's heater and air conditioner. With the use of window treatments and window blinds, you can help keep your home more comfortable during each season's extreme temperature variations. Here are some tips to help you accomplish this. Summer Window Tips Your home's windows provide you with sunlight during the day and a beautiful outside view, but can also allow solar heat gain to enter your home and heat it up. [Read More]