Small Living Room Decorating Ideas - this is an article from HGTV: http://tinyurl.com/7rdclxm on how to make a small room look great.
When you are getting ready to sell your home - simple inexpensive improvements can make a big difference.
“As far as color is concerned, the Ardens are happy with their designer’s advice to choose a dark hue for the walls in their small space. Jodi initially assumed dark colors would instantly make the small space even smaller; however, she’s thrilled with the overall effect, stating: “Believe it or not, the peacock blue on the walls makes the room feel larger. It’s almost like the dark blue walls fall back and let the furniture and bold apple green jolts of color take center stage.” All three zones carry the blue tone through accents, including the graphic art and a shag area rug in the formal dining area as well as baskets and accents in the office.
We sign up sellers with 59 Days or We Sell For Free Listing Agreements, but they must Price Correctly. If home is outdated or needs maintenance - you will need to price at the low end of the average houses sold in your neighborhood in the last 90 days. If it updated and maintained - price can be in the average range.
You need to price your home correctly, initially or you lose 2 weeks of the most buyers you will ever have. When your home hits the market for the first time you will have 2 weeks of the bulk of your buyers and then it drops off dramatically.
Many sellers want to test the market with a higher price to see if they can get it. This is a big mistake. You should price your house at the average to low end of the market if you want to sell within 30-60 days.
I Love Lofts. This from a Liberty Loft. Cool Interior.
Cool Interior of a Townhome for sale in KCMO. I love the lime green barstools and accents.
1510 Jarboe, Westside ARt STudio Work/Live With Amazing Downtown Views. For Sale $729k.
Passive Solar House For Sale Yipee! 16009 W 145 Terrace Olathe $189,900.00. Interior is outdated, unfortunately.
First look: Gabriel Dawe’s stunning new thread art in Italy.
Gabriel Dawe created Plexis no. 19, a stunning thread installation thats beautifully spread across two balconies in the atrium of a historic villa. The early 19th century neoclassic house, called Villa Olmo, was acquired in 1924 by the municipality of Como and is now open to the public only during cultural events and art exhibitions like this.
Plexus no. 19 consists of two thread structures streamed across an upper and lower balcony that is meant to be experienced from different angles or at different times of the day. As Dawe tells us, “When the sun comes in during the morning, it is fantastic. Having those window-shaped light beams add a dimension to the installation. I always like when I get direct sunshine on them because it emphasizes the layering of the thread in very interesting ways.”
With two assistants, he constructed this installation in about a week. His greatest challenge was working to the confines of the space. “Because of the historic nature of the building, I wasn’t able to touch ceiling, walls or floors to screw in my structures,” he says. “So I resorted to fixing them to the railings, which in great measure restricted what I was able to do. In the end, it worked out pretty well; it really exceeded my expectations how well the installation inhabits the space.”