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And the blue all over….
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This is the last holiday weekend of the summer…enjoy the outdoors.
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I just listed a duplex yesterday…sort of buy one get one Free…
a two for one deal.
These are not your common duplexes.
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I can’t make it to Europe this year but that doesn’t mean I can’t be inspired by their kitchens…open, airy, sleek…find the appliances.
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Miss you Dad…
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Why is a room necessary when you use it five times a year? How many places does a small family need to eat. I completely re-configured my house…I dissembled the theater we had in the lower level that no one used…put half the theater furniture in the dining room with a new Fancy LG TV that is better quality than real life…hidden in a large armoire…put the dining room in the living room and completely got rid of the eat-in kitchen…here is the result…
Old Dining Room
New Dining Room
For a bookworm, turning the dining room into a library may prove to be a useful solution. And if you also have family members who treat your house like a hotel, install a Murphy bed within your built-ins. This also helps to alleviate the problem of finding somewhere to stuff that pesky air mattress each morning.
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What is Your Design Style?
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Double height interiors really don’t make you feel so small…on the contrary they give you a feeling of space.
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No matter what you do everyone will always hang out in the kitchen…Here are some ideas to make your kitchen less “kitcheny”.
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I see green……
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Which one is your favorite?
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An elegant home in Las Vegas that was designed to be low-maintenance and as kid and pet-friendly as possible so that children and family could gather and have a relaxing time together.
The sofa is a sleeper, so the room can be used as a home theater or extra bedroom.
The sofa is upholstered in a soft, cotton chenille fabric, and the ottoman is covered with durable polyester fabric that will hold up well to shoes.
This beautiful dining room is hiding a secret: The top of the table lifts off to reveal a poker table underneath! The durable chair fabric is finished with pewter nail-head trim.
The heart of this home is the large, open area…the family room, kitchen and breakfast room. Commercial grade fabrics were used throughout to hold up to spills. All the flooring is easy to clean 24″ tile except in the carpeted bedrooms.
One of the guest rooms…
The gorgeous iron headboard was found at a yard sale. The bedding and accessories are from Pottery Barn and Crate and Barrel. “You can get a great look and it doesn’t have to be super expensive,” she says.
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It’s no secret that animal prints are huge in home decor right now. My favorite is Zebra print. A fun way to add whimsy to every type of decor. With its neutral colors, Zebra print is easier to incorporate than you may think. Go ahead, add a little stripe to your life!
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Do you have the winter blues?
The holidays begin to wind down. Family and friends return home, the house gets really quiet and those winter blues start creeping in.
Here are some blues to make you feel better.
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Some of today’s residential wine cellars are breathtaking
Just travel down a set a stairs and you could find yourself among thousands of bottles of wine
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For another listing she again played up the porch. Staging the 6-foot-wide farmer’s porch, which ran the span of the house, with quality furnishings enticed potential buyers to check out the home.
Today’s ideal-sized porch is one where you can comfortably sit in a rocking chair. Dimensions matter. Modest-size streets and small lot sizes are ideal so people can stroll to each house .
Porches are considered an asset. About 40 years ago home owners spent more time in their back yards, and upgraded those areas with intensity, in part to create a private space away from the street and surrounding houses. All the social space was in the back yard. Now there’s a shift where front porches are added offering not only curb appeal but an extra space to congregate.There is a trend for more and more front-porch designs in new-home construction projects.
There’s a desire to bring the indoors outside (with comfy furnishings) and let the cool breezes from outdoors waft inside.