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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Home Stagers and Realtors preach the importance of preparing houses for sale, but what happens when they become the one doing the selling? Chris Canfield is an agent who recently listed his own house for sale and he knows his best chance of getting an offer is having his house picture perfect a...
If you are preparing your home for sale and having a hard time with furniture placement, you can bet it will also be an issue for potential buyers. Buyers won't take the time to figure out a confusing layout so it's best if you resolve the problem prior to listing and present an attractive floo...
There are plenty of butter substitutes on the market, but usually these "diet" products have chemical or artificial ingredients in them. They use the words "natural" and "healthy" on the label, but if you read the ingredients you will find otherwise. The most natural alternative to butter is oli...
A Home Staging Consult is the FIRST STEP to Getting Your New Hampshire House Sold Many New Hampshire sellers don't really understand the role a Professional Home Stager plays in the process of real estate marketing. With so many home staging shows on TV portraying staging as a group of people sw...
Give Your Chairs A Fresh Look - Cover The Seats With New Fabric Have your dining chairs seen better days? My chairs had a light colored fabric on the seats that had become stained and the stained seats were driving me crazy. This weekend I went through my fabric inventory and found a p...
When it comes to selling your New Hampshire home, preparation and presentation are key to getting closest to your asking price. Asking a friend, relative, or neighbor to give you their opinion on how your house looks is a good start, but...everyone has opinions. To quote fellow home stager, Jil...