Granite? Quartz? Marble? Polished? Honed? Leathered? Lots of great information on types and variations of stone countertops at our recent RESA chapter meeting … Can I just tell you all again how awesome it is to be part of the Real Estate Staging Association’s (RESA) local chapter? Our members meet monthly at various businesses that can support our home staging businesses, to advance our education and excellence in home staging.
I recently received a question on my Facebook page about decorating a room piece by piece if you don’t have the budget to buy new items all at once. The homeowner definitely wanted to be intentional about the items chosen for the space over time. I’ve come up with some suggestions, and honestly I believe these can work whether you’re buying pieces over a longer or shorter period of time
If you’ve visited my website previously, or seen the services offered on my Facebook page, you’ll see that I offer “Redesign” as a service. I’ve found that many people outside of the “home decorating/staging” world are not familiar with this term so I thought I’d take some time to clarify what it means and also share some fun and exciting information on my trade discounts! Redesign can be used interchangeably
In this blog post, I thought I’d share some considerations when choosing interior paint colors (I’ll post at another time about choosing exterior paint colors). As you probably know, paint is a great way to drastically change the look of a space and it’s relatively inexpensive compared to other renovation projects. In the home staging world we often call paint “money in a can” because a fresh coat of paint,
Styling a coffee table can be an easy and inexpensive way to add some color and flair to your living or family room. I like to use a tray to group decorative items on my coffee table; it’s easy to move if I need to use the entire coffee table space for some other purpose, such as placing appetizers, small plates, and napkins while entertaining. Using a tray also anchors