Welcome to my blog! I usually write about three times a week....generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips. I also write about local events in the Seacoast area of New Hampshire and I throw in the occasional healthy recipe.
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Here is a great gift idea for anyone who drinks beer.It's a unique gift because it's not available in stores, and I can almost guarantee none of your friends already has one.It's called Bottlekeeper.....It looks like all those stainless water bottles we see so much of these days, except for one p...
Wordless Wednesday - Baking Memories
Whether you are preparing your home for sale or not....this tip on how to EASILY clean your stovetop burner grates is invaluable! I've hated my stove since the day I moved into my home two years ago. It's a fairly cheap gas stove with porcelain covered cast iron grates. The grates always seem ...
Wordless Wednesday - Twisted Sister
Home Staging is so much more than decorating or removing clutter. It's professional advice on every aspect of a home's condition and appeal to buyers. Home Staging consults can result in changes that the seller and the agent may never have expected. I recently did a consult for a vacant propert...
Wordless Wednesday - Some Bunny To Love
As a professional Home Stager I hear it all the time...."there's no budget for home staging" or "we can't afford to stage our home". Staging is one of the most misunderstood aspects of the real estate process. Staging comes in many different forms, and it can be customized to fit any budget. S...
Wordless Wednesday - Well Played Rabbit, Well Played
Although written by a Burlington, Ontario home stager...this information pertains to real estate agents anywhere. Janice Ankrett's advice on how to introduce the subject of Home Staging is just what the doctor ordered for every agent who has ever been concerned about insulting or embarrassing a ...
For many reasons real estate agents often hesitate to suggest necessary improvements to sellers. Whether it's a fear of losing the listing, avoiding an awkward conversation, not wanting to embarrass or insult the homeowner....they make the decision to keep silent.Keeping silent is not in the bes...