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Mary Tyler Moore Inspired Design-Sneak Peek - 03/31/11 10:19 PM
Barbara Heil-Sonneck and the Design2Sell team are excited to unveil the Mary Tyler Moore Show inspired space within the Total Wine and Design Experience at the Atlanta Home Show. Below is a rendering and sneak peek of the unique exhibit.
Visit www.atlantahomeshow.com for ticket information and check out the Design2Sell Facebook page for pictures of the space. (3 comments)
Mary Tyler Moore Inspired Design at the Atlanta Home Show - 03/31/11 07:55 AM
Barbara Heil-Sonneck and the Design2Sell team will create a space within The Total Wine and Design Experience exhibit at the spring Atlanta Home Show. “A Taste of Hollywood”, the theme of the Home Show exhibit, will feature two separate spaces inspired by classic television shows. Barbara will craft an environment inspired by the set design of the popular sitcom, The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Retro modern furnishings and décor will reflect the style of the much loved hit series. The set of the 1970s sitcom was one of the most well-known TV living rooms of all time and is certainly one (1 comments)
Mary Tyler Moore Inspired Design at the Atlanta Home Show- A Special Apartment - 03/30/11 09:01 PM
Mary Richards paid $130 a month for the unforgettable studio apartment she rented in Minneapolis. The apartment's grand windows, elaborate moldings, charming chimney, vaulted ceilings, and sunken living room created an environment that was a young career woman's dream. The set of the Mary Tyler Moore Show was more than memorable, it helped to define Mary Richards' character on the show. The apartment consisted of one large living area, a closet, a bathroom, and a tiny kitchen. So much pizazz was packed into such a small space and it reflected the chic style of its occupant. The main character of the (3 comments)
Green Staging: Sustainable Design Series - 03/18/11 04:59 PM
Home staging is going green! As the world is moving toward greener ways to do things, it’s important to consider ways to incorporate sustainable design ideas in your next home staging project. Many homebuyers are becoming more concerned with their impact on our environment. A staging professional can get your home on the “green” market by offering sustainable improvement solutions. Potential homebuyers understand that green solutions not only benefit the environment but save them money in the long run. Will going green give me a good return on investment? Studies on the average ROI for green improvements suggest that you will see nearly (2 comments)
Put a Little Lace in your Space - 03/17/11 10:53 AM
New lace trends are popping up everywhere this year. These new designs offer glamour, sophistication and a touch of nostalgia to any room. You can find something lacy for nearly every area of your home. Top designers have created bold statements pieces and sweet soft accents to add to your living space. These are not your grandmother's doilies!
Check out the links below for great design ideas! The Living Room Mah Jong Coture modular sofa by Jean Paul Gaultier Dining Area Wonkiware Black Lace Dinner Plate Walls Ebony Lace Wallpaper Design your own Lace Art Kitchen Range Hood Please (5 comments)
Home Staging Tips from IAHSP's Barb Schwarz - 03/11/11 09:12 AM
Barb Schwarz, founder of the International Association of Home Staging Professionals has been featured in an article published in the Wall Street Journal explaining the history and importance of home staging. Schwarz coined the term “staging” during the 1970's and created the marketing concept that we use today. Here are some home staging tips from Barb Schwarz : • Remove family photographs, trophies and certificates •Pack away religious items • Stow personal collections and controversial artwork, no matter how valuable • Declutter countertops and dresser tops • Use neutral colors on the walls and floors; for pop, use “movable” color on pillows, towels, (4 comments)
Going Green: The Bathroom - 03/05/11 11:25 AM
Your bathroom is a great place to begin going green! Changing this area can help you cut back on water, energy use, sewage, and greenhouse gas production. Read on for 5 tips on how to create a green bathroom! •Get a low-flush toilet. Toilets are the single largest use of water inside our homes. An older model can use up to 5 times as much water as modern versions.Installing low-flow fixtures save energy and water. These modern fixtures promise comfort, style, and performance. •Update the shower. Showers are notorious for wasting water in the home. Install low-flow showerheads. There are plenty (6 comments)
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