Here it is...EURO STONE, the new peel and stick floor tile!

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Home Stager with ReStyled to Sell Home Staging New Jersey

Okay, it is time to get your home ready to sell. Where do you begin? Where do you spend your money? What repairs should you start with? How do you find the time to do it all? Simple, call a professional Home Stager.

When sellers are selling their homes, they need to evaluate the whole house and make necessary changes in order to make their property stand out from the competition. When I am called upon for a staging consultation I look at any and all things that could be major turn offs to potential buyers.

Kitchens and bathrooms should be top priority. If a kitchen is dated, then simple changes to the cabinet doors like adding new hardware could make a huge difference while keeping the sellers costs down. The big pet peeve I have is linoleum. You know the kind. The floor that is curling up at the seams and has a nice yellow hue to it.

Let's face it, you can't stand it any longer, why then do you think a buyer is going to fall in love with it. To make your kitchen look updated and clean for a minimal cost, I highly recommend using Peel n Stick floor tiles. Now I know what you must be saying, but have you seen the new tiles they have out now. Here is a sample of a floor we just installed in a client's bathroom.

I was amazed when it went down because it actually looks like it has grout lines. Neighbors came in to see the house and thought we installed ceramic tiles. The cost is minimal (88 cents sq. ft) and it can be purchased from Lowe's..

This is sooooo much easier and cheaper than putting down ceramic or porcelain tiles. I think the look is fabulous. The name is EUROSTONE.

Sellers you don't have to spend a ton of money to make your home like new. Before you list your home for sale, call ReStyled to Sell Home Staging NJ (732-995-3425) for a detailed consultation report. You will be glad you did and in the long run you will save a ton of money.

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Rainer
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Kathy Passarette
Creative Home Expressions - Mount Sinai, NY
L.I. Staging/Decorating

Wow Phyllis - it looks great!  Nice to know another option out there.

October 02, 2007 08:39 PM #1
Rainer
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Ann Krewson
A.L.I. Designs, Inc. - Houston, TX
A.L.I. Designs; Staging Houston Homes; Allied Member of A.S.I.D.
What kind of texture do they have on them? They actually look pretty good for peal and stick.
October 02, 2007 10:02 PM #2
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Jackie Peraza
Perceptions AdverStaging(TM), LLC - Framingham, MA
Home Stager - Framingham, Massachusetts

Phyllis - I kid you not, I saw these in Tuesday Morning about a month ago.  I almost scooped up the whole lot of them on the spot and then stopped myself-instead wondering if they really could ever possibly look that good.  Blast it all!  And I bet they're all gone now too! 

Jackie

October 02, 2007 10:03 PM #3
Rainer
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Cindy Lin
Staged4more Home Staging & Redesigns // EcoJoe - South San Francisco, CA

Hey

Where did you get these? And they are not real stone I am assuming ;) It looks great!!!

Cheers,

Cindy*Staged4more

October 02, 2007 11:12 PM #4
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Phyllis Pafumi
ReStyled to Sell Home Staging New Jersey - Old Bridge, NJ
ReStyled to Sell Staging Homes NJ

Hey Everyone....This floor can be found in Lowes and it DOES really look that good. Simple to put down, texture is a bit raised like tile and easy cleanup...run out and get it

Phylis Pafumi

October 03, 2007 06:16 AM #5
Rainer
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Maureen Maureen
Orangeburg, NY
Phyllis - Thanks for the tip and the pic.  They do look fab!
October 03, 2007 08:01 AM #6
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Laura Cerrano
Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island - Locust Valley, NY
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Phyllis, I think the tiles look terrific; thanks for the information, I hadn't heard of them.
October 03, 2007 09:16 AM #7
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Anthea Click
Fresh Perspectives - www.InsideNashvilleHomes.com - Franklin, TN
Nashville Home Stager - Selling Nashville, TN homes quickly!
Phyllis,
I really like the look of these floor tiles. I was not aware these even existed. I am about to redo my bathroom and this would be a great option. I'll definitely check these out at Lowes.
October 03, 2007 07:08 PM #8
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Kathy Riggle
STAGING SMART N SOLD - Houston, TX
Houston Home Staging
Thanks so much for sharing this information! I've seen these on "Sell this House" and wondered where to find them!
October 05, 2007 09:02 AM #9
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Roberta Anderson
Hearth & Home Staging - Silverdale, WA
Hearth & Home Staging, Staging Kitsap County

These tiles do look great, but I've always wondered, how long do they stay looking great?

Is this something you would put in your own home to live with for a few years??

October 05, 2007 09:41 AM #10
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Phyllis, the floor looks really good.  I will be on the lookout for these in my neck of the woods.  Thanks for the pic.  Betty
October 06, 2007 09:36 PM #11
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Kathleen Lordbock
Keller Williams Realty Professionals - Baxter, MN
Keller Williams Realty Professionals

I have done these  and they are nice and thick.  Good quality and a good look. We actually put them over peel and sticks that had been painted and they  were over a vinyl sheet floor. It was our own property, so good test case.  No problem and they look great.  The first peel and stick were a different brand but  were the high quality ones and were down for 8 years.  Just make sure you get the thick ones (they cost more and are worth it).  I wouldn't hesitate to put them in a home for sale as they really do hold up and are not just a cosmetic cover -up.

Mine were from Home Depot. 

October 06, 2007 10:39 PM #12
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Karen Haberstro
Easy Does It Redesign & Consulting - Canandaigua, NY
Walls, Redesigner & Stager
I have used these as well in our own home. They are beautiful - come in assorted colors/styles, easy to clean and are quite durable. Got them at our local Lowes, too.
October 07, 2007 06:02 AM #13
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DONNA GRAHAM

 

I AM NEEDING ONE BOX OF THE EUROSTONE, OLDER VERSION, BEIGESTONE # 00097

DO YOU KNOW WHERE I MIGHT GO TO FIND THIS "ONE" BOX?

 

February 06, 2008 11:12 AM #14
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Phyllis, THANKS for the info.  It took my husband two years to tile 50% of our house and the master bath is still waiting.  Also I'd like the backsplash in my kitchen done.  This just might fit the ticket!  I'm not a purist so if it has the look, I'm happy.
February 06, 2008 11:51 AM #15
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Maureen Bray Portland OR Home Stager ~ Room Solutions Staging
Room Solutions Staging, Portland OR - Portland, OR
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Phyllis,  Thanks for the tip.  These look great and I'm tempted to try them in my own guest bath or laundry first.  What a great price and think how much labor I'd save not having to hire the tile installer!
February 06, 2008 07:02 PM #16
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