Aimee Fletcher November 1, 2022
|Adding curtains can make your windows look bigger, your ceilings look taller, and add privacy throughout your home. Try placing the rod a foot above your window for added height!
|A fresh coat of paint may be one of the easiest upgrades you can make. Whether it's getting rid of those bright colors for a more calming feel or adding in a fun statement, you can't go wrong.
|If your backyard doesn't offer much privacy from the neighbors consider adding shrubs or hanging plants to block the view in a visually appealing way.
|Replacing outdated sconces, upgrading your bathroom vanity lights, or simply replacing your light bulbs for ones with a different hue can elevate your space. Suggestion: Phillips Hue Lightbulbs
|Hide the Wires
|Paint Your Tile
|New House Numbers
|For a modern, open look that displays your beautiful dishes consider adding a few floating shelves to an empty kitchen wall.
|You'd be surprised how big of a difference organizing your wires can make in how put together your home looks. Suggestion: $17.99 for a cord cover kit.
|Does your bathroom tile lackluster? Spend the day painting on a pattern and elevate your flooring without demolition.
|This seems simple, but adding a modern house number can have a large impact if you're making other curb appeal upgrades at the same time.
|The Frame TV
|Under Cabinet Lights
|Upgraded Gallery Wall
|Front Porch Fun
|Make your TV look like a piece of art by investing in a Frame TV. Offering frame and art options this is one of the pricier items on the list but it will surely elevate your space.
|Not only will this add a warm element to your kitchen, but gone are the days of not being able to see your cookbook.
|Is your gallery wall full of mismatched frames? Upgrade to one style and size for a cohesive, elevated look.
|Spruce up your front porch or entryway by adding a seasonal wreath, a fun welcome mat, or new furniture. Suggestion: Interchangeable Welcome Sign
So when you’ve chosen your real estate agent, you are already working with someone who shares your goal.
As you consider selling your home, be sure to ask your real estate agent to take a deeper look than simply calculating your home's value.
As this year begins to wrap up and with the holidays right around the corner you may be wanting to upgrade a few things around the house.
Things look different this year but that doesn't mean that we can't embrace the season we're in and have some fun.
That’s because there is any number of issues that can come up at any point that can affect anything from your timeline to your budget.
We're spotlighting some of our favorite Farmer's Markets where you can pick up a Rocky Ford cantaloupe or Palisade peach.
Having the right real estate team means having a team who are committed to helping you buy or sell your home with the highest level of expertise in your local market. This means also to help you in understanding each step of the buying or selling process.