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4 Home Organizational Tips with a Luxury Feel

Having a place where everything goes in your home can bring a sense of peace and prevent you from running around trying to find something. The home organization trend continues to rise in popularity,…

How to Incorporate the 2022 Color of the Year into Your Home

These days, it’s hard to get anyone to agree on anything, but one thing that seems to be uniting the design industry is a single color. While the name may vary, a muted green-gray/sage color has been…

Housing Market Predictions in 2022

The last two years have been some of the most unpredictable the world has seen in a long time. The effects of the pandemic have impacted everything from the supply chain and hygiene to labor and the…

2021 Spring Interior Design Trends

The societal changes caused by the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic impacted every industry, including interior design. As we experienced lockdown, many of us found that we needed to do extra work on…

The Hottest Interior Trends of 2020

As 2020 begins to draw to a close, it's time to think about the key interior trends that have taken hold this year. From sustainable, natural designs, to retro-throwbacks, this article will outline…

4 Things that are a Waste of Money for Home Upgrades

There are many good reasons to upgrade your home. A home improvement project is a great way to modernize your space, make your home more functional, improve energy efficiency, and increase the resale…

Carpet and Rugs: Which is Right for You?

  Whether you're refitting an entire house with wall-to-wall carpeting or only looking to cover up a small stretch of bare floor with a rug, it's worth considering which materials and styles suit…

A 2020 Guide to Fireplaces

  When you think about fireplaces, one of the first things that come to mind is the undeniable cozy effect of warmth and a homely atmosphere. Fireplaces are the perfect addition to a romantic…

When Is Too Much Natural Light a Bad Thing?

  Can too much light be a bad thing? Rarely…but it happens! Natural light is one of the most coveted home features in real estate. It transcends size, layout, and even location in some cases. Light…

How Developers Should Stage the Smallest Spaces

The average new construction home now measures over 2,600 square feet, larger than ever! In some markets like Charlotte, though, developers are racing to take advantage of remaining infill land. This…