It’s a beautiful September Day in New England! Just came inside for a break from some yard work, and came across this awesome home I couldn’t wait to share! Designed by Regan Baker & photographed by Wonderkamera.
Have a great rest of your weekend! My breaks over, back outside! :)
September 16, 2012 at 5:12 pm
Staging your home to sell is so important in this real estate market today. It’s a buyers market & sellers need to do all they can to show their home to its full potential. Staging makes the most out of what the home has to offer, and leaves potential buyers with a feeling of excitement when considering living out their lives in their new home. These are some simple inexpensive tips of advice when staging your home.
Check out some staging pictures of projects from the Liberty Cottage.
Living room before staging
Living room after staging; Let the light in & refresh with new floor plan
Bedroom before staging
Bedroom after; Adding a focal point & a warm paint color
Bathroom before staging
After staging; New paint & curtain
Kitchen before & after staging; Cleaning & removing all clutter
Dining room before & after staging; Remove rug to showcase wood floors
Front Hallway before & after staging; Paint does wonders to neutralize the space!
Living room before & after staging
The easiest most important staging tips are very inexpensive & easy to do.
First, most important is to clean and remove all the clutter from your rooms. Depersonalize your space so others can see themselves living there.
Second, refresh the floor plan only have necessary furniture. You want your home to be as open as possible, and to have a functional floor plan.
Third, open up the curtains let all the light in possible. You want your home to be as light & bright as it can be! *See the diagram below for curtain rod placement on windows.
Fourth, showcase your homes most beautiful features! Whether it is beautiful wood floors or gorgeous windows! Show off the positive features & downplay the negative.
Fifth, paint is an inexpensive quick fix to any room. Just keep it neutral, a sandy beige is always a great choice!
*As you can see in the diagram below; the curtain panels should be mounted close the the ceiling and covering as little of the window as possible. Same size window but WOW, look how much bigger the one of the right looks! Adding more light into your rooms, illusion of a larger window & higher ceiling!
If you have any staging or design questions I would love to hear from you! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or just leave me a comment!
September 12, 2012 at 10:09 pm
Some day I dream of being a snow bird! Unfortunately, I think it’s going to be a long time until that happens. Here are some gorgeous Florida homes I can envision living happily ever after in. All designed by the talented Geoff Chick & Associates.
September 9, 2012 at 6:03 pm
When my children were younger, I loved this time of year. Getting back to school, having a schedule, and getting back on track! I would enjoy having the house to myself, and getting it organized once again! Getting into my kids rooms and cleaning them up was a necessary.These are some awesome bunk rooms, my kids would of loved to have one of these! What do you think?
September 3, 2012 at 8:00 pm
Happy Labor Day weekend! Lots of cookouts with family & friends! Here are some patriotic ideas for you porch & party! Enjoy!
September 2, 2012 at 1:05 am
It’s Labor Day weekend, and Summer is winding down. How do you feel about red, white, and blue decor? Check out these rooms, they are beautifully done! I am proud to be an American! I hope you have a wonderful weekend, enjoy these last few warm days of Summer!
Happy Labor Day weekend! :)
August 31, 2012 at 11:41 pm