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One Mantel, Styled Four Ways

  The advantage of keeping your home’s decor neutral is the ability to change accessories up for seasons, events, mood swings, you name it! I started buying seasonal decor for my mantel to fill visual space and tie us over until our beautiful iron sconce lights are installed. These lights will no doubt become the… Continue reading One Mantel, Styled Four Ways

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What is e-Decorating?

Did you know Sitting Pretty Redesign is able to assist you with creating the look of a professionally-decorated space in your home, no matter if we are living as next door neighbors or on separate coasts? E-decorating is perfect for clients who live outside of the Greater Houston Area. And at only $250 per room, this service is… Continue reading What is e-Decorating?

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Get to the Point: Five Favorite Focal Points in Home Design

Creating a focal point in each room is important to the success of the overall design. When staging your home for sale, drawing attention to a focal point can be a great method to move potential buyers’ interest away from awkward or less than impressive features of the space. If a focal point already exists,… Continue reading Get to the Point: Five Favorite Focal Points in Home Design

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3 Tips for Kid-friendly Homes with Undisturbed Adult Appeal

When I became a mom 16 months ago (but, who’s counting, right?), my home design and decor choices changed right along with my new lifestyle. My first priority is certainly now my child; however, I still have a need to take pride in my home and be surrounded by beautiful furnishings. There is an art… Continue reading 3 Tips for Kid-friendly Homes with Undisturbed Adult Appeal

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Master the Bedroom Retreat on Buyers’ Must-have List

Creating a serene and luxurious master bedroom is important for appealing to potential buyers. Even if you are not trying to sell your home, or if you just moved into a new home (congratulations!), this is also an important step for home owners. We work way too hard these days, and “life” gets in the way of… Continue reading Master the Bedroom Retreat on Buyers’ Must-have List

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Ten Items for a Home Stager’s Toolbox

1. Baskets: Use baskets of all sizes in all rooms to add texture and provide an aesthetically pleasing storage to corral blankets, pillows, magazines, toys, firewood, books, groceries, clothes, towels…to infinity and beyond! 2. Towels: We previously talked about the importance of fresh, fluffy towels in 3 Essentials Steps to the Most Valuable Bathroom. Having an… Continue reading Ten Items for a Home Stager’s Toolbox

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Living in a Staged Home Stinks, but Your Bathroom Shouldn’t! 3 Essential Steps to the Most Valuable Bathroom

Bathrooms sell houses, which brings them to the top of the priority list when preparing a home to sell. The master bathroom is often the very last room decorated in a home because it is the room least visited by guests; however, it will be one of the first rooms addressed when staging a home.… Continue reading Living in a Staged Home Stinks, but Your Bathroom Shouldn’t! 3 Essential Steps to the Most Valuable Bathroom

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Window Treatments for “Best Dressed” Homes

Window treatments are an important factor for earning top dollar for your home. When designing to sell, window treatments need to accomplish the following: 1. Enhance the warmth and beauty of the home. For universal appeal and a modern look, it is best to select simple drapery rods and hardware with clean lines, which also… Continue reading Window Treatments for “Best Dressed” Homes

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Frames for Days

Adding interest to walls goes beyond picking the perfect shade of “pebble” while staging a home for sale. We’ve already learned how best to put your money where your paint is. Another step a home stager usually takes is to remove all family photos and unappealing art (such as nudes). Subsequently, the walls themselves end up unappealing and… Continue reading Frames for Days

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Put Your Money Where Your Paint Is

A twenty dollar can of paint is all you need to transform a space. Changing the color of a single wall can be a quick, yet impactful, redesign. When selling a house, it is best to stick to neutral colors for most spaces. This doesn’t mean your choices should be boring. A feature wall in a… Continue reading Put Your Money Where Your Paint Is