Whether buying or selling a home in St. Louis, finding the best realtor will involve some work. You’ll want to ask people you know for referrals, do some research, and finally, interview the best candidates. (Read Follow These 3 Steps to Find a Real Estate Agent.) Sales statistics and experience are important, but you need to feel confident in your decision on a more personal level, too.
If you haven’t heard by now, Pantone selected their Color of the Year for 2019: Living Coral! This vibrant hue is a bit livelier than previous shades (Ultra Violet in 2018, Greenery in 2017, and the Rose Quartz and Serenity duo in 2016), and for good reason. Warm, comforting, and sociable, this lovely shade of orangey peach was selected in response to the continuous onslaught of social media, calling for a more meaningful interaction with the world around us. Found in the gorgeous ocean reefs, Living Coral helps us reconnect with nature in this modern age.
Apprehension and inexperience keep many homeowners from pursuing renovation projects that would make their homes more functional, enjoyable and comfortable. Getting your hands dirty on the front end—with some planning and preparation – is the best blueprint for a successful home remodeling project.
Summer patio season is ramping up. The experts at Infratec say that outdoor design trends for 2018 are all about incorporating affordable luxury into your own backyard by turning your patio into a peaceful, lush oasis through low-maintenance water fixtures, a color refresh and vintage materials.
Are you interested in adding a little seasonal oomph to your space? Below are a handful of cozy—and inexpensive—winter updates.
What’s that smell? The sense of smell is the strongest of all the senses to connect buyers to a home. While a bad smell can really deter buyers, a good smell can tempt buyers to a sale. From “green” scents to seasonal scents, discover the right smells for triggering positive emotions and home sales.
Home staging offers a distinct advantage for sellers: a speedy sale.
The lazy days of summer are peak season for front-porch sitting. But if your porch doesn’t quite match the iconic image of lazily rocking with a tall glass of lemonade, it may be time for a little design refresh.