Spring is the perfect time to perk-up your home’s curb appeal. To get started, it’s best that you go outdoors and take a walk around your home and property to inspect what may need to be done. Try to see your home through the eyes of potential homebuyers. What would they notice as needing some love and attention?
When you inspect the exterior of your home you should inspect it from all sides, and from the roof down. While you are walking around the property you may find it helpful to take notes, then gather your gear and get started!
Is your home ready for the summer? I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to open the windows and let some fresh air in. Typically, I spend the winter and spring months organizing, straightening and surface cleaning. To be honest, I prefer to spend those cooler days cuddled up with a great book or cooking up some new crock pot recipes. However, at the first sign of warm weather, I actually get excited about giving every inch of my home a shine.
What better way to plan for your home renovation than with your smartphone? While your phone can’t replace a toolbox it can help you get a great start on those renovation and repair projects. With these handy apps you can be one step ahead in the renovation process.
Home staging is a marketing tool to make a listed house more appealing to would-be buyers.
What Do Home Stagers Do? Who Pays?
Are You Using The Right Colour Palette? – Colour is often the first thing you notice about a room. Using the right colour palette will make your home more relaxing and enjoyable for the whole family. Here’s how to find your home’s “true colours”:
Determining Your Design Style – Identifying your own particular interior design style can be difficult. But once you determine the style that suits you best, the process of decorating your home will become much easier. Here are a few tips for finding your personal design style:
“Choosing the right furniture to suit your home” and your lifestyle is important; a home’s furniture reflects its character and yours. Here are a few tips to help ensure your furniture is functional, comfortable and makes a statement about your personal style:
When preparing to list your home remember you never get a second chance at making a good first impression.