Home Staging in the bedroom can be one of the most important decisions a seller can make. The bedroom is a wrought with opportunities for making a home feel luxurious and inviting. When selling your home, getting it right here is a must. Nothing says more about the homeowner than what happens in the bedroom…Read More
Did you know that your closets are speaking subliminally to potential home buyers? What they say to them can not only make a difference in whether they make an offer on your home, but what kind of offer they make on your home. It’s neither a mystery or a surprise to most people to find out that storage and closets are one of the most important features that home buyers pay attention to, despite the fact that it is rarely listed on the “must have” list they give to their real estate agent. What is a surprise to find out is what they are really seeing when they are looking at them.Pin It Read More
Starting a new home staging company with the experience of previously starting a successful one should give me an edge. Most of the time it does. Still, sometimes, what I know from before works against me. It is really difficult to go from having a large home staging company with a nearly 4000 sqft warehouse,…Read More
Closet Organization: How to fold a fitted sheet. Want to know how to fold the perfect fitted sheet, so that your closets are tidy and organized? Elena Lai Etcheverry from Charity Wings shows just how easy it is to make it look just like it came out of the package, even if it just came out…Read More
I’ve always struggled with being organized. In the last year, downsizing and moving to another state, I’m finding that it is becoming more and more important. As the real estate trend shows families are ditching the McMansions and opting for smaller digs, finding a way to store everything is becoming more and more popular. Our culture isn’t a “do without” society, rather we have to find a way to make it all fit.
For the next 30 days we’ll be asking you to take 5 minutes out of your schedule, each day, and organize one small area of your life. It may be a junk drawer, a closet, your glove compartment or refrigerator. Pick what is important to you. If, let’s say, your garage is your big problem area, don’t freak out and try to do it all at once. Instead, pick a single shelf that you can work on that day, or work on one pile for 5 minutes. At the end of the month you’ll be surprised what you accomplished.Pin It Read More