Adding Change is Good

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Real Estate Agent with Team Properties Group, LLC

Adding a little change to the property you are looking to sell or buy can make all the difference. These following tips are sure to spruce up any living area, either alone or combined. 

 

1.  Going Back

Black-and-white floor tiles are classic, retro and elegant for both kitchens and bathrooms. This color combination works well with both older and new traditions when it comes to home design!

 

2.  Add some elegance with a chandelier

Adding a chandelier to your main living or kitchen area can set you apart from the competition. It brings about sophistication and elegance of bygone days.

 

3.  The Bathroom too?

 

Yes! Even the bathroom could benefit from change. Adding a freestanding tub brings along an elegance and drama that a standard bathtub simply can’t pull off. As old things come back to new, claw foot tubs are back in fashion!

 

4.  Another way to say "welcome!"

Painting an accent wall? Or simply add some wood to warm up the area. It provides a cabinlike coziness and creates a simplicity and uniqueness often sought after by home buyers.

 

 

 

See: Brighten Up Dark Spaces

Posted by

Summer Robertson | Associate Broker

The Summer Robertson Team - Team Properties Group, LLC

307.250.4382

summerrobertsonrealtor@gmail.com

www.GilletteRealEstateSearch.com

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As they say, change for the better. It is that little difference that will make or break the sale.

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