Staging Your Home? 4 Mistakes Every Homeowner Should Avoid

Posted on: 26 September 2017
Staging your home when selling it is increasingly becoming an important part of getting a quick sale and a good price. But, since most people have little experience with home staging, it can be hard to know how to do it right. To help you be successful, here are 4 staging mistakes to avoid: Using Existing Furnishings. Staging isn't just about reducing clutter and moving furniture around. It's also about finding pieces that add to the feeling you want to convey and don't distract from it.
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5 Fun Ways To Improve The Look Of Your Living Room Space

Posted on: 27 February 2017
If you've always had the same living room look, you may be in the mood for a change. With improvements, you can better enjoy your living room space, whether you're relaxing alone or having guests over for a gathering. Luckily, there are many fun ways to make changes for the better. Keep reading to learn some fun ways to improve the look of your living room space. Play Around with Lighting
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3 Questions You Should Know The Answer To Before Buying Countertops For Your Kitchen

Posted on: 7 November 2016
Of all of the changes and upgrades you could make to your kitchen, simply swapping out your countertops for new ones could be the one change that makes all the difference in the room's overall appearance. However, choosing countertops can also be a daunting task because there are so many options to choose from--each with their own advantages and special considerations. From quartz to natural stone to ceramic tileā€”make sure you don't get lost in all the options by arming yourself with knowledge about what countertops will work best for you.
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Top Reasons To Choose Hardwood Flooring

Posted on: 20 April 2016
Have you recently purchased a home that needs an upgrade in its interior design? Do some of the rooms still have vintage shag carpet from the 70s that needs to go away? If you're busily looking through carpet catalogs for a replacement, here are some reasons why you might want to consider hardwood flooring instead: Allergen-free: Carpeting has a tendency to attract any allergens that come near it. Dust, dander, pollen and more become trapped within the carpet fibers.
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