One of the best tips when staging a bathroom for an open house is to remove personal care items from the vanity and shower. Setting out fresh and matching towels as well as a plant or flower can endow a spa-like feel.
This two-tiered countertop was awkward and inefficient. For a quick, inexpensive fix, a standard-depth countertop was installed with extra butcher block, solving the quirky issue and creating additional storage for wine bottles.
When decorating, don't overlook your ceiling. With some simple calculating and installing, this faux tin ceiling makes a dramatic impact. This project utilizes authentic looking faux tin tiles that are easier to cut and more cost effective.
In line with the nautical theme and the coastal lifestyle of the home, oversized pool towels are stowed away in a woven basket. In a small space, woven baskets can offer much-needed storage solution for extra towels.
Stylish Kitchen With White Cabinets & Butcher Block Counters
A kitchen that requires little to no work up front can be a big selling point for potential buyers. This kitchen became market-ready with simple fixes like new butcher block counters and a subway tile backsplash.