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How to Sell Your Luxury Home in CA

August 16, 2014

How to Sell Your Luxury Home in CA

Niche Interiors had the chance to catch up with Herman Chan, who is a widely known SF Real Estate Personality. He gave some tips on how to go about selling your home to buyers in that area. First off, he says that you want to catch someones eye so paint the front door a bold color to catch attention of the buyer. This, of course, should be done tastefully. You can see pictures on Niche Interiors blog here. Next up, everyone wants to see a home that has been decluttered, repainted, and is staged professionally. Due to recent TV shows, this is what the population is expecting, so if they do not see this then it will be harder to sell. And lastly, different parts of California are catered to different people so depending on where you live and are trying to sell you will need to model your home for the individuals that mostly move to that...

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Dress up Your Blinds with Cornices

August 15, 2014

Dress up Your Blinds with Cornices

Amy Wolff Interiors recent blog was about dressing up your old boring blinds. In Scottsdale, where they are located, cornices are the in thing. They are easy maintenance requiring only vacuuming or dusting and are affordable. Cornices can come in a variety of shapes and sizes and can be catered to whatever needs you have. Cornices can jazz up your old boring blinds and turn them into something a little extra. So head on over to Amy Wolff Interiors recent blog for some...

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Let the fresh air in and add some plants

August 14, 2014

Let the fresh air in and add some plants

Moonlight Interiors recent blog is about the summer months being a great time to let fresh air into your home. If you don’t already have screens on your doors and windows, now is a great time to install them. They allow you to let fresh air into your home and can allow you to experience the outdoors while still in the comfort of your own home. You can also add some plants around your home to give your rooms a bit of green and give each room a hint of outdoors. Plants add freshness to the rooms and allow the guests to feel more at home. Feel free to read more of their articles just visit their link...

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No more Tuscan Styles

July 31, 2014

No more Tuscan Styles

As of late, Amy Wolff Interiors has been asked to get rid of their clients Tuscan styled interiors and replace it with lighter, soft, and clean contemporary lined interiors. According to their recent blog, what they call Tuscan in the West is actually more of a Mexican, Spanish, Old World, antique mix rather than an actual Tuscany countryside style. They suggest a few easy steps to get you started yourself on how to revamp your own place from the Tuscany style. First off declutter, it’s the easiest way to make the space feel fresh and lighter. Changing the lamps from masculine to whimsical is the next, but instead of investing in an entirely new lamp you can just add a new lamp shade that is lighter to an old base. Next up is to replace the heavy pillow fabrics, such as leather, with something summery and light feeling. Then replace your bedding with something lighter and paint an accent wall in a lighter or brighter color to add a bit of freshness to the space. For more tips head on over to see the rest of their blog...

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Sleek Outdoor Loungers

July 29, 2014

Sleek Outdoor Loungers

Niche Interiors recent blog has posted 5 astounding lounge chairs to add some flair to your outdoors. This summer has been HOT and we all need some outdoor lounging to go along with this weather, wherever we are. So head on ever to Niche Interiors to see the modern outdoor loungers they have in mind for this summer!

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Storage Solutions with Kids in Mind!

July 11, 2014

Storage Solutions with Kids in Mind!

At Niche Interiors they know it’s summer time and that means it can be hard to keep the house clean with all the kids toys around. So they share a few of the coolest tips on how to create some chic looking storage for your kids toys and keep it looking fab, clutter-free, and easily accessible! According to Niche Interiors, one of the easiest ways to hide all the kids toys is though using furniture that is also storage. This way you have functional pieces in your space that look great but hide the mess from the guests! Why not use open shelving? It is another easy way to keep things accessible to the kids but to keep everything looking neat and clean. And lastly look for stylish bins that you can include in your spaces in your household that match your decor but that can hold the essentials. Now head on over to Niche Interiors to check out the rest of their great...

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Scents to Make Your Home Inviting

June 26, 2014

Scents to Make Your Home Inviting

  Nandina Home & Design’s recent blog was about which candles are best for what particular season or holiday. Spring and Summer is usually thought of as light and fresh, Nandina chose NEST’s Moss & Mint, KOBO’s Portuguese Olive Blossom and Opal Basil. Usually fall and winter is thought of as warm and spicy, so Nandina chose NEST’s Pumpkin Chai and KOBO’s White Birch Rosemary and Leather Mahogany. For the holiday’s Nandina Home & Design chose llume’s Balsam Cedar and NEST’s Sir Elton John Holiday candle’s as their favorites. So next season or holiday refer back to this list and visit their blog to see what they recommend to keep up to date on the latest...

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Summer Retreats with tips!

June 20, 2014

Summer Retreats with tips!

Niche Interiors recent blog was about summer retreats. Everyone seems to love to escape to a scenic getaway at times. Their recent blog takes a look into some vacation homes and adds some inspiring tips on how to create a vacation look of your very own. First tip is to layer a bold striped rug over a plain existing rug to add a laid back feel to your living room. The second tip is to use corners as a place to add artwork or accessories in a refined manner, you can even add a desk to give it a cozier feel. The last tip is to add white sheets with linens over to give it a rustic feel, and to add some flower to bring the outdoors in. For more tips and blogs, check out Niche Interiors online...

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Special Summer Design Deals!

June 19, 2014

Special Summer Design Deals!

Causa Design is offering special design rates from June 10th-August 8th 2014. If you’ve ever seen a picture in a magazine of a professionally designed space and said, “I want that!” Then now is your chance! Their basic package, for $2000.00, includes a consultation and retail shopping experience; their summer rate is $175.00/hour for 12 hours you get 2 hours free (regular is $200.00/hour); and additional hours can be purchased at the summer discounted rate. The design package, for $4000.00, includes a consultation and retail shopping experience; their summer rate is $150.00/hour for 25.5 hours you get 5.5 hours free (regular is $200.00/hour); and additional hours can be purchased at the summer discounted rate. Their luxury package, for $5000.00, includes a consultation and retail shopping experience; their summer rate is $150.00/hour for 33.5 hours you get 8.5 hours free (regular is $200.00/hour); additional hours can be purchased at the summer discounted rate; and as a bonus they will do a conceptual rendering ($500.00 value). So head on over to Causa Design today to book your package for this...

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The Valleyhigh Mudroom

June 12, 2014

The Valleyhigh Mudroom

Joanne Jakab remodeled the Valleyhigh masterbath and wrote a recent blog on it. This time they remodeled the entryway. The decision was made to make it into a mudroom, a place where the family can enter and instead of seeing the laundry room they have a place to put everything! Joanne Jakab repurposed an old closet and made it into the laundry room upstairs to allow for this new process to take place. She used three drawers, hooks, and baskets to allow for the kids to put anything and everything down that they needed too. She also put in a closet to hold additional cleaning accessories and used stain resistant covers on the seating for easy cleanup due to messes. To read more about this remodel visit Joanne...

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