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How do you convince a homeowner that home staging can be fast and affordable? This guest bathroom was functional but needed some oomph. It was neutral; too neutral.  It needed COLOR. I shopped the house for potential decorations and accessories and found two framed posters in storage that provide...
06/07/2008
Rolling Tool Case by Bob Villa     What if your toolbox disappeared suddenly and you had to start over?  Catastrophe, right?  Most of us are so used to the tools and accessories that we use daily that to have to start all over again could be mind numbing. We have built up our supplies over the ye...
05/29/2008
When it comes to hanging artwork and mirrors when doing wall arrangement for staging, do you take a chance and guess at the weight when selecting the proper hangers?  Do you use the weigh-yourself-then-step-off-the-scales-and-weigh-yourself-again-while-holding-the-piece method which requires more...
05/28/2008
Historic homes have charm and ambiance that have been acquired over the years.  Older homes that are not quite historic may also have charm, character and interest that come from building techniques and craftsmanship or possibly features that aren't common in today's homes.                       ...
05/27/2008
Olympic Baseball  by Michael Dudash Summertime and the living is easy-and so is advertising and marketing if you know how to play the game. Baseball is America's game and professional minor league baseball is its most affordable and family friendly version.  It can also be an affordable and effec...
05/13/2008
 Which rooms to stage and how much staging is needed in a home is a subject that is often discussed and debated.  The one thing that is generally agreed upon is that the goal is to showcase the physical space-it's architectural features and amenities-not necessarily the furnishings.Occupied homes...
05/11/2008
  Have you heard it all now?  Staging the refrigerator? Oh come on! The 'fridge, medicine cabinet, pantry, under the sinks, closets, and the other nooks and crannies that a homeowner and you may overlook are fair game for buyers to inspect and draw conclusions on the home, what it will store and ...
05/03/2008
  My previous post on Staging the Refrigerator was slightly tongue-in-cheek though it did point out some of the practical aspects of doing so.  A response by my friend and fellow IRIS member, Irene Woodworth, made me think about the other appliances we may have been neglecting, like stoves and ov...
05/02/2008
  You may have seen these advertised on TV and wondered if they work-they do!  I happened upon Attach-its a few years ago when browsing through the big box hardware store.  The package had been marked down so I took a chance and bought it.  A few weeks later I had the opportunity to put them to t...
04/30/2008
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(Signs from USAbode.com)I just read an interesting article about attending open houses as a hobby or a past time.  This Open House Voyeurism, leads the author to guess about the home's occupants and their reason for selling based on the personal effects he notices when he tours the house (and pee...
04/25/2008
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