Nate Berkus and Barbara Corcoran share with a young home selling couple some insights on how to stage their living room. Barbara and Nate agree that home staging is no longer an option and makes the difference whether to be able to sell a property or not. Check out their valuable insights:
As a Home Stager in Fairfield county, Connecticut, I often consult my clients to change lighting fixtures in order to update the look of a room. Great looking lighting fixtures are no longer a big expense, these would be great coupled with home control systems. Local hardware stores offer great looking, inexpensive lighting fixtures and…Details
Over time grouts just pick up dirt and don’t look fresh any more – this is just the natural life of tiled floors and backsplashes in the kitchen. But when selling your home you want them to look fresh. Have you tried scrubbing and cleaning them over and over again and are still dissatisfied with…Details
When preparing your home for selling (or also for living) make sure that realtors and potential buyers can easily move through your dining room. If you are looking to buy a new dining table, you could look into company like furniture in fashion, to help you find the best tables for your home. But what…Details
We love the new trend color for 2012 – FUCHSIA.
Our mood board shows one of our current favorite color combinations of gray, fuchsia and lime green. Nature inspired accent furniture together with transitional lines on a dark stained floor infuse interest into the room.
Those who watch HGTV know Sandra Rinomato from HGTV’s Property Virgins. She underlines the importance of staging a home for sale..”staging has become a household word the bar has been raised and buyers expect your home to be presented in its most favorable light….is required in order to keep up with the competition”. Click here…Details