Did you know in Westchester County, half the houses were built in the mid-1960s or earlier? Capes, colonials, farmhouses and Tudors of course. And almost as many split levels and raised ranches, with a bunch of moderns and bungalows, just … 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.
Vacant spaces do not make the space feel bigger, or “free up” buyers to imagine what could be; they only raise questions and make for shorter showings. Staged spaces point out the room’s strengths, and then give buyers reason to … Continued
Contrasting, but complimentary paint colors added value by visually creating separate spaces, while highlighting architectural detail.
While a just-delivered piece of furniture is very exciting, what’s even better is how much look and luxury fit into this small dining room by virtue of a lighter-colored lower wall, good lighting, and everyone’s favorite trick, a great mirror.
Instead of shrugging and saying ‘it’s just a kid’s room’, move the big pieces away from the entry to create a focal point while visually stretching the size of the room.
What-a law office with a sense of humor?! Yes, in this reception area, the clock is ticking, and positioned around it are photos of the colleges the partner’s kids are attending. And—full disclosure—this was the clients’ idea—good one, Richard!
A clean and modern space, but reduce the accessories by about 75%, and you leave buyers no choice but to focus on and admire the great expanse of counter tops, sparkling appliances and generous number of cabinets!
Great light, and nice color on the wall, but too many (little) things to look at make a space feel smaller. Clear the counters and windowsills, add a few dramatic pieces-you are not cooking, you’re creating! Fig plant is an … Continued
Wouldn’t each of us feel-and be-more efficient in this after office? Ask: what do I truly need to have at arm’s length? File cabinets/etc can often go in the bottom of a closet, or be better positioned, behind a door … Continued
What you take out is as important as what you add. This rug made room very bottom-heavy, and just a mass of things filling up the space. A few pieces with room to breathe, now you see the room, not … Continued