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Welcome to my blog! I usually write about three times a week....generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips. I also write about local events in the Seacoast area of New Hampshire and I throw in the occasional healthy recipe.

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2008 

For those of you who hate those metal radiators, or for those of you that have a property with radiators with dented, rusted or missing parts...this post is for you. Our daughter recently purchased her first home, a bank owned condo, which needed a lot of work.  One of the more satisfying project...
03/29/2008
So yesterday's post was so much fun....here are some more very bad, "what were they thinking" MLS pictures: Oh boy, I think this is a form ofcamouflage decorating style. Thank God the bed has a headboard andcorner posts or you wouldn't be able to find it!   This is the best angle you can get of t...
03/27/2008
I know many people have already posted "bad MLS" shots, but really...I ask you:Do we ever get tired of seeing them.  The pure insanity of what is out there amazes me.  In a short 30 minute period I came up with twenty. If you are ever having a bad day or feeling a little blue, sit yourself in fro...
03/26/2008
When you are making home improvements to a home built in 1880 you come across some interesting features.  For instance, closets.  Closets back then were not very deep, not deep enough to hang coats on hangers like we do today.  The closets in our project condo have hooks running across the back w...
03/24/2008
Every home improvement job has the potential for that moment where you stand back and take in what you have done and it just doesn't thrill you.  This is what happened in the kitchen of our project condo. In Part 4 of this series, there are pictures of the new kitchen tile.  We originally tiled t...
03/24/2008
Realtors and Stagers are always looking for inexpensive, easy to follow ideas on decorating vacants and rentals.  Here is a quick way to dress a window with items you probably already have. My daughter's new bedroom has windows that are small and sit just above a shelf.  She thought that she coul...
03/19/2008
When it comes to "bang for your buck" nothing beats painting...however, coming in at a close second would be, my favorite improvement...updating the light fixtures.  My experience has been that most sellers never even consider the light fixtures and what an impact they can make. This is an area w...
03/18/2008
Another weekend spent at the condo we are helping my daughter remodel.  Lots of progress this week.  More painting, of course...will the painting ever end?    More work on the tile, it is complete in the kitchen and a small amount of tile in the bath is next on the list.  All new light fixtures w...
03/18/2008
I just read a post by Ann Cummings...Green at Being Green where she discusses her recent contributions to our attempts at being a green society.  She mentioned that she uses paper bags and hasn't yet gone so far as to start using fabric bags for her groceries.  As I commented on her post I realiz...
03/11/2008
We spent all day Saturday and Sunday at the condo and I have lots of photos to share with you.  We are very excited about the kitchen, where the most dramatic transformation is taking place.         We have tile on our little breakfast bar and kitchen wall.              It isn't grouted yet, but ...
03/10/2008
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Sharon Tara

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