The best part of having lots of stuff, is figuring out a way to transform it to use as something else.
Wednesday is the perfect day to plan ahead for small weekend projects.
This article from HGTV shows you how you can use random things around your home and garage to help organize your treasures in a creative and unique way.
Photo By : Flynnside Out Productions
A big congratulations to my buyers Greg and Melia on the purchase of their new home in Cranston.
Congratulations are also in order for my buyers Fran and Ruthy on their new home in East Providence.
It was my pleasure working with you!!!
The year end real estate statistics are out and they are soaring!
This time of year we all start to look around and see how we can give our homes a little face lift.
Have you ever thought of what projects you can do that will add value to your house verses the ones that may not? RIS media recently published an article explaining the projects that pay off and some that don’t.
Photo Courtesy of RIS Media Site
Before you tackle that home improvement project, check out the hits and misses here.
Congratulations to my buyer, Denver on purchasing his new home in Cumberland, Rhode Island.
My buyer , Mike, purchased his new home in Attleboro, MA as well! Congratulations!
Contact me if you are looking to buy or sell a home. I love my clients and especially love making their home buying/selling dreams come true!
You can accomplish a lot in a few days. Winter weekends are the perfect time to spruce up your home . Better Home and Gardens shared 30 DIY projects that you can accomplish in a weekend. They teach you how to tackle projects big (installing new tile backsplash in your kitchen) to small ( organizing your junk drawer ). Come see all of their ideas and “how-to’s” here
photo credits: bhg.com
Challenge yourself to spend a small or large amount of time this weekend to sort a closet, donate clothes, declutter your pantry or paint a room.
Enjoy your weekend!!!
Although some things in the eighties are making a comeback, hello neon! Most of the things in this era are not.
Chip and Joanna Gaines from HGTV’s Fixer Upper prove that you can modernize a house that is stuck in the eighties.
Check out the beautiful transformation of a home that was stuck in the eighties..
Eighties Home Redo.
photography by : Rachel Whyte
Not ready for a full house reconstruction? Take a few small elements and change them up. Update your curtains, paint a room a fresh new color. Let this inspiration drive you to freshen up your home.