Should You Stage for The Seasons? Obviously.

While it’s always important to keep a neutral palate when staging homes, it’s equally as vital to capture every season through colors and textures to evoke feelings from home buyers. Fall: As the temperatures outside begin to cool down, stage your home to feel warm and cozy. Change out lighter-colored throw blankets to earth-toned ones…. Read more »

It’s time to re-cozy (yes, that’s a word) your bedroom for sweet dreams.

It’s time to re-cozy (yes, that’s a word) your bedroom for sweet dreams.   You’re getting sleeeepy, very, very sleeeeepy. Or are you wide awake most nights due to stress? These are difficult times, which can lead to some very sleepless nights.         In a recent study, 76.8% of participants stated that… Read more »

Do kitchens and baths sell homes? Yes. But currently, home offices are king.

Imagine that you need to move right now. Yes, in the middle of a pandemic. Your must-haves rarely change…an awesome kitchen and a huge master bathroom. But don’t forget what has recently become the most important room—a home office. Check out the following tips on what to keep an eye out for when considering work… Read more »

How to Stage your Home to Sell

How to Stage Your Home to Sell June 2, 2020 by Lexi Klinkenberg If you are thinking about listing your home for sale and moving to Dallas or Atlanta, now is the right time to start getting your home staged properly. Staging is much more than just cleaning and decluttering your space. It emphasizes the beauty of your home and… Read more »

5 Reasons to Stage your Property

In this day and age, where buyers are spending a lot more time online before venturing out to a select number of homes to preview, it is essential that your property stand out. Here are 5 reasons staging makes a difference, and will catch the eyes of buyers. 1) Builds Emotional Connections and Relatability– People… Read more »

What’s It Worth To You?

Should you remodel before selling? Remodeling Magazine’s 2018 Cost vs. Value Report provides some valuable advice when weighing the decision to move forward with or abandon your upgrade or remodel project. According to the report, garage door replacements recoup costs at a much higher return than the 20 other remodeling projects that the study compared. Garage… Read more »

Common Mistakes When Preparing to Sell Your Home

Focus on what matters. When preparing your home for sale, don’t get caught up in the unfinished basement or in a secondary bedroom closet, even if they are disasters. Start on the main areas, the kitchen and the master bedroom. Move to other spaces afterwards. Out with the old, and in with the new. Update… Read more »

Tips for Prepping Your Home for Sale

First Impressions are Lasting Impressions. Curb appeal is crucial to a good first impression, so you must ensure that your lawn is eye catching and in pristine condition. Mow the lawn, prune the bushes, trim trees and plant pretty flowers. Exterior Makeover. A tacky exterior will make potential buyers think that you haven’t properly maintained your home’s… Read more »

Stuff I’ve made for Staging – Part 2

…. and that I wish I could keep for myself! My latest creation is a fun one. As I was driving on a Tucker, GA street the other day, I spotted what others consider trash but I consider a treasure: a sweeeeeeet pallet! If you too spend a lot of your free time perusing Pinterest,… Read more »

Stuff I’ve made for Staging – Part 1

I said in my previous post, I LUUUV to make stuff. Especially stuff made with wood. This all started when Hubby and I decided to remove the carpets in our living/dining/play-rooms and to lay our own hardwood floors. As soon as we started installing the floor boards, it became clear to everyone involved that I… Read more »