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Using Reclaimed Wood in Interior Design

Using Reclaimed Wood in Interior Design

In the age of name brands, it can be difficult to find ways to differentiate and personalize your home’s interior. One of the simplest ways to do this is to utilize reclaimed wood in the room or home décor design. Reclaimed wood encompasses both repurposed and found wood. Repurposed wood might be salvaged from an old building, then reassembled...

Staging Your Home in Winter

Staging Your Home in Winter

Winter can be a great time to put your home on the market. It’s true that spring is the busiest time for the real estate industry, but if a potential buyer is searching in winter, it’s likely they’ve got serious intent to buy. Plus, with fewer homes up for sale, your house won’t have all that extra competition, and holiday bonuses may mean your...

Creating a Home Office Setup

Creating a Home Office Setup

When many of us had to make the switch to working from home, one thing became clear very quickly: working at the kitchen table is not “just as good” as a proper desk. With more and more companies making a permanent switch to the work-from-home business model, you may be considering investing in a home office setup. The benefits are undeniable,...

Staging Your Home with Color

Staging Your Home with Color

If you’re planning to stage your home before selling it, by now you’ve likely heard the advice, “stage your home in neutral colors.” The common belief is that painting and staging your home in a neutral palette helps your house appeal to the broadest range of potential buyers. By avoiding color, you avoid pigeonholing your home into a specific...

Cozy Staging Tips for Fall Homes in Minnesota

Cozy Staging Tips for Fall Homes in Minnesota

Selling and staging a home in the fall is, in many ways, very different from any other time of the year. While winter sales might want to emphasize space, and warmer seasons might pull focus on indoor/outdoor amenities, fall is the season to make people feel cozy and comfortable in the home. The current housing market makes home staging and curb...

Painting Versus Staining Indoor Trim: The Best Option for Your Home

Painting Versus Staining Indoor Trim: The Best Option for Your Home

With interior home improvements on the rise, homeowners are looking for easy and efficient ways to enhance their interior design. One of the most important interior features to have is clean, finished-looking interior trim. There are many options to accomplish this, and it can be challenging to choose which will have a noticeable impact. Whether...

Curating the Perfect Gallery Wall for Your Home

Curating the Perfect Gallery Wall for Your Home

Gallery walls have been a hot interior design trend over the last few years. While some might say that the trend is beginning to fade, a gallery wall is a unique feature that you can tailor to your design preferences and personal style. It can be a bit intimidating to start a gallery wall. Sure, examples might look good on your Pinterest board,...

Navigating the Resurgence of Wallpaper in Interior Design

Navigating the Resurgence of Wallpaper in Interior Design

Over the last few years, interior designers have seen a resurgence of wallpaper. It’s a trend that has some homeowners excited and dreaming of change, while others remember gaudy patterns of the ’80s and are hesitant to give it a try. Check out a few of our tips for choosing the right wallpaper for your home.  More Adaptability Some of the...

Real Estate Best Tips: Should I Stage My Home or Leave it Empty?

Real Estate Best Tips: Should I Stage My Home or Leave it Empty?

If you are in the process of selling your home, you know that there are plenty of decisions to be made. Besides choosing a real estate agent, setting a price, and many other financial decisions, many homeowners wonder if it is better to show potential buyers an empty home or stage it. Because of lower interest rates, homes are in short supply at...

Vintage or Modern: What Interior Design Style is Right for You?

Vintage or Modern: What Interior Design Style is Right for You?

Do you have a modern or vintage style? That is the age-old question. The vintage interior design style incorporates a lot of older, antique pieces and uses low-key colors like beige, gray, or cream. A modern interior design style will include similar pieces as vintage, but people typically use a more earthy neutral color and do not use a lot of...

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