We’ve all done the weekend warrior thing: summoning our inner superhero, we go all-in on accumulated tasks on a free weekend. Fine for cleaning out closets or painting bathrooms, but preparing and maintaining exterior property is time sensitive, and shouldn’t … Continued
Home Staging and Decorating thought activism at its most passionate! Snappy answers and reasoned resets for your space and your stuff, and why it all matters so darn much.
August is usually when we start thinking about the productive things we ‘should’ be doing with our summer. Often that means getting rid of stuff we don’t need anymore. If that’s you-this Westchester County Home Stager says think Freecycle! A great … Continued
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In David Mamet’s gritty classic Glengarry Glen Ross, the air was ripe with the scent of desperation (yes, even in the movie theaters, or at home with NetFlix!) Audiences would tense and twist as one, seeing the sales pitch coming … Continued
“ When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’ “ While I don’t remember watching Mr. … Continued
FAQs are usually a one-shot topic: a quick answer to a single question, but renting furniture for preparing a Westchester County property for sale has several facets, so in this first (of three) we will address WHY consider renting, even if you already … Continued
Cleaning out some closets last week, advice I have often given to clients was ringing in my own ears: “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.” Certainly sage advice when it comes to things like that last slice of … Continued
A few days ago had started writing about a project I’ve been watching, and was now going to be participating in. The 1950s ranch house at 64 Holbrooke Road in White Plains has been transformed into an eco-friendly model of green building, and … Continued
FAQs is a series that gives quick and simple answers to the questions I hear the most often (click here to read others) Love this question. In my years of retail, lack of transparency in the cost structure of working with … Continued
Did You Know: An Elvis Triple-Header This week has a lot of Elvis history to it. Earlier in the week was the 55th anniversary of Elvis’ purchase of the mansion in 1957. Built in 1939 on what was originally farmland owned … Continued