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Minimalist Design Trends in Home Staging

August 17, 2022

For many people, minimalism is more than just a design trend; it’s a way of life. Having a smaller to-do list can help alleviate some of the stress of having a lot of stuff. If you are planning on selling your home, there is a lot to learn from minimalists when it comes to staging…

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Clyde Hill Mid-Century Modern Staging Success

April 21, 2022

This beautifully sun-drenched Clyde Hill Mid-Century Modern home went pending within hours of hitting the market. We call that a major staging success story! Our design team leaned heavily into the mid-century architecture in the design concept. We complemented it with classic mid-century jewel tones to create a warm and elegant home for a younger…

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Bathtub vs. Walk-in Shower: What to Consider

May 28, 2021

If you’re struggling with making the right decisions before your bathroom renovation, you’re not alone. Choosing between bathtub vs. walk-in shower is one of the more important things you’ll need to do. This is a common question among homeowners who are remodeling or building a new bathroom. Both forms have advantages and disadvantages. So, considering…

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Components of an Outdoor Living Space

May 24, 2021

Take open floor plans to the next level by creating an outdoor living space! Harmonize your outdoor space with nature.  It is essential to create a relaxing environment for friends and family to spend time together.  Define your outdoors space with retaining walls, a deck, patio, a fence, or even shrubbery.  Make your outdoor living…

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The Benefits of Upgrading Your Kitchen Appliances

May 12, 2021
high end kitchen appliances

The kitchen has always been the heart of the home. During the pandemic, the kitchen became even more important in order for us to take proper home safety measures.  Manufacturers identified this trend and engineered user-friendly, and economical appliances.  New kitchen appliances in 2021 showcased wireless technology, touch free connectivity, and restaurant quality features.  Upgrading…

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Renovating vs. Building a Home in 2021

May 7, 2021

Maintaining a house is not an easy thing in the long run. Now and then, some fixes are necessary, especially if dealing with an older property. Still, when our house no longer satisfies our demands, we succumb to a dilemma regarding renovating vs. building a home. Both options require a significant amount of money. But, they beat…

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Affordable Indoor Home Security Systems

April 5, 2021

Now more than ever, home security should be top of mind. Property crime rates in the Seattle area continue to outpace the average United States city.  FBI crime indices range 1 (low crime) to 100 (high crime) per 1000 residents.  Seattle property crime sits at 76.9 compared to the United States average of 35.4. (Places…

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Seattle Area Real Estate Still Bright

March 21, 2021
Seattle Area Real Estate Still Bright

The Seattle housing market shines bright, through the economic gloom of worldwide pandemic.  The Seattle marketplace remains highly competitive, as homes receive an average of five offers and sell in twelve days.  Seattle home prices were 13.6% higher in December 2021 in comparison to 2020 rates.  Comparatively, the average national prices rose 10.4%.  Seattle homes…

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Advantages of an Open-Plan Living Space

February 26, 2021

Open-plan houses have become all the rage. Since the 1990s, it has become popular to eliminate barriers from rooms previously separated by walls or doors, thus making one large open room. This is mostly done for kitchens, living rooms, and dining rooms. Whether you are buying a new home or thinking about remodeling an existing…

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Cozying Up A Modern Bellevue Stage

September 29, 2020
cozying up modern

The smoke has finally lifted to reveal that fall snuck up on Seattle. With it comes cooler nights, leaves on the sidewalks and a longing to stay home, but there’s no reason you can’t bring the feeling of fall inside. If you are one of the many new construction home owners, your normal color scheme…

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