Interior Redesign: Changing Your Life One Room at a Time

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty

Suzy Minken, professional home stager and redesign expert of Best In Showing.com (www.bestinshowing.com) will be conducting a workshop about interior redesign in Westfield, New Jersey on March 28, 2011. With the widespread popularity of HGTV, home redesign is one of today's fastest growing trends in home decor. According to Suzy Minken, "by repositioning your existing furniture, you will be amazed at the profound impact this change has on how you "feel" in your home." Workshop attendees will view "before and after" photos of rooms that have been redesigned and obtain key redesign tips for transforming any room into a more inviting space.  If you have a room in your home that is in need of a design makeover, you won't want to miss this fun-filled and inspiring workshop at the Westfield Adult School (www.westfieldadultschool.com).

Date: Monday, March 28, 2011
Time: 7:30 to 9:00 pm
Where: Westfield Adult School
Cost: $24
To register:
www.westfieldadultschool.com

Comments (2)

Henry Pailles
Chula Vista Realtor,Short sale,Eastlake Real estate,Realtor - Chula Vista, CA
San Diego Real Estate, San Diego Realtor, Chula Vista Real Estate

Good luck, it has to be tough in this market to have staging clients, but it is an important thing when you try to sell, specially high end homes

Mar 26, 2011 06:17 AM
Suzy Minken
Keller Williams Realty - Short Hills, NJ
Your Win Win Realtor, Keller Williams Realty

Thanks Henry.  The interest in staging homes for sale in the New Jersey market is very strong.  With the widespread popularity of HGTV, homesellers recognize that in order to safeguard their largest asset that they need to engage the services of a professional home stager.  For some homes, all that might be needed is just a few hours of redesign to generate buyer interest.  And the top producing Realtors that I work with know that home staging can make the key difference in getting the home sold quickly and for the most amount of money.  Tough market conditions, especially for the high end homes, require that the home be "best in show" to appeal to today's savvy buyers.

Mar 26, 2011 07:28 AM