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5 Secrets to Cutting Costs on Your Next DIY Home Design Overhaul

By |Sunday, August 2, 2020|Categories: Home Improvement, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , |

With many of us confined to staying at home during the current global pandemic, now could be the ideal time to embark on a DIY home design overhaul. Of course, transforming a tired living space into one that’s timelessly stylish and effortlessly practical comes with a number of cumulative costs, but there are plenty of [...]

How to Personalize Your Outdoor Space

By |Tuesday, June 12, 2018|Categories: Homeowner Resource, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , |

As the temperatures rise and the days get longer, it’s time to create an outdoor space that’s a welcoming extension of your home. The inside of your home is a reflection of your style, and your outdoor space should be no different. Struggling with how to bring your design taste outdoors in a way that’s [...]

Five Reasons Buying a White Couch is Worth the Risk

By |Tuesday, November 7, 2017|Categories: Homeowner Resource, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |

We’ve all heard the warnings against having white furniture, but for every argument against it, there’s a better reason to take the plunge. Don’t fear the dinge or the dirt: learn why white is the right way to open your home to endless design possibilities. Here are five reasons why you should embrace the white [...]

Is It a Good Idea to Sell Your House Furnished

By |Thursday, February 9, 2017|Categories: Seller Resource, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , |

Selling your home with all, or most of your furniture, could be a great way to transition to a new place. The idea isn't really common in the Nevada County area. Sure, homeowners might leave behind bookcases or hard to move pieces for the next owner, but they don't tend to leave behind things like [...]

No Room for a Home Office? Try These Clever Ways to Create One

By |Wednesday, June 29, 2016|Categories: Home Improvement, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |

Working from home used to be a last resort, mostly when a kid fell sick with the flu or if the cable man was coming at some unspecified, unknowable time within a five-hour window. But as of 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, 13.4 million people telecommute regularly (at least once a week), an increase of 35% [...]

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