(sidetracking from staging tips a little bit)
Reading design blogs today and came across this (!) I should be so lucky if I can own a home like this. I do wonder how much it is sold for (?) unfortunately it was not disclosed. It’s Dutch designer Sietze Kalkwijk’s home. *sigh* I can keep dreaming one day I can own a home in Netherlands! Seeing this house (although in Antwerp) has brought back so much memories of my brief stay in Netherlands & Belgium.
(Gosh even the house # is stylish!) I shall add this in my long term goals *sigh* i miss netherlands so!You can visit it here: nr53
10. The listing photo is crooked: Why is the house tilted? I personally prefer my home level and my pens won’t roll down the table when I set them down (it can be quite a hassel!) I feel like I am on the Titanic… Leo, where are you?
Many people think that staging is a silly business. What stagers really do is just plunk furniture down, fluff some pillows and put some nice throw pillows on couches. Actually, not true. While staging may seem frilly to lots of outsiders, there are actually some science and psychology behind it.
Fellow blogger Dee Copeland, Broker-Associate, CRS, GRI, said it very well:
Fun Stuff! It’s always nice to blog about things that are light-hearted and not so serious for once. It’s also nice to share something personal for once. I am supposed to tell you 5 things you don’t know about me and here it goes.
- I was not born in a hospital. This question always get me a slot on the people bingo when we play 20 questions, and somehow I am always the only one in the crowd who can sign off the square. Shockingly it still is a question at icebreakers. Oh, many of you may be wondering, where was I born? Well, boring answer. I was (more…)
Accidents happen & somehow unwelcome evil relatives always show up unannounced. Here are a few tips that may help you.