Wood paneling used to be a relic of interior design from the 1950s, 60s, and 70s. Now, it’s back in a whole new way. I love that people are finding fun and creative ways to incorporate wood paneling into their … Continue reading
One of my favorite design trends for 2020 is built-in seating. I love architectural elements that also serve a functional purpose. On top of that, built-in seats are an efficient use of space and create comfortable places to hang out. … Continue reading
The mega-mansion at 822 Sarbonne Road is absolutely jaw-dropping. The breathtaking views from inside the house rival the magnificent views from outside the house; the home itself is stunning to behold with its two-story deck framed as though it were … Continue reading
You’ve probably heard this before: Beauty is in the details. This is definitely true in home design and staging. The accessories pull the room together and add those little touches that truly make a house feel like a home. Here’s a cool tip that comes from one of our MHM team members, Heather Isaac:
Open up an old book halfway and fold inward two pages from the right and two pages from the left. You’ll be left with this beautiful (yet very simple and inexpensive!) design element that you can place on a coffee table, next to a bed, or even on an ottoman beside a comfy chair.
What are some of your favorite accessorizing tricks? Let me know in the comments!
Nothing grabs your attention like the color RED. That’s why (when used smartly) red can be a fantastic design element, even in staging. Yes, it IS best to use neutral color palettes when staging a home for sale, but occasionally that right pop of red is just enough to grab someone’s attention. Examples: A pillow, a piece of art, a basket of apples on the kitchen counter, or even…
A red front door! Really catches your eye, doesn’t it? It’s not for every property, but sometimes it’s that extra something that can really make a home stand out. What is your favorite way to use the color RED? Let me know in the comments!