When it comes time to sell your home, it’s important to realize that the manner in which real estate is sold has changed over the years. In years past, a property’s price and location were enough to sell it because buyers were not as design savvy or picky as they are today. In the current…Read More
We see it everywhere.
And it’s scary.
The Themed Kitchen.
Whenever we are in them, our senses are assaulted by wine bottle-carrying obese chefs, roosters of every possible size and description, hand-painted palm trees swaying the breeze on every plate and cup, swags of ceramic chili peppers around the window frame, Folksy-Country signs with wooden hearts telling us the dishwasher is full or empty, salt and pepper shakers made of cowboys napping whilst standing up against cactus (Ouch!).
It’s an epidemic. And when a family of fat chef figurines arrived at my house today, via my significant other on a shopping spree, I was suddenly mentally forced to draw a line between tasteful decor and utter crap (that would be udder crap if it is kitchen decor comprised of black and white cows). I absolutely must rebuke the chefs and banish them to the outer realm.Pin It Read More
Matthew Finlason, well known from HGTV’s hit show, The Stagers, was on Selling LA this past week (Episode 203, The Challenge of Making Decisions). For those of us who love Matthew, which is pretty much everyone he meets or has seen his passion and flair for both design and drama, this was another moment to…Pin It Read More
Karen Otto, SAR Staging Instructor and Mentor, shows in this local Fox TV segment that there is an art to everything and that includes making a great first impression when selling your home.Read More