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Today, I had the pleasure of helping a client determine the best place for items in her kitchen cabinets. If you are going to tackle this job, here are a few guidelines to keep in mind:
I'm working with a client on simplifying her master closet. In my last post you saw the great job she did with clearing out the unneeded clothes. Well, she was just as ruthless with her shoes. She asked the important questions of each pair: Do I love these? Will I ever wear them? Are they comfortable? Despite how much she paid for a pair or the memory they brought back, if they didn't pass the 3-question test, she let them go. She'll be the first to tell you that it wasn't easy, but now that the shoes are gone and her remaining shoes are all neatly organized, she feels great!
I've been working with a client on clearing out her closet and "simplifying." Here's how the closet looked when I first saw it:
There may be many reasons why a home for sale is vacant. It may be a new home or maybe the homeowners have already moved on. Regardless, the home is left with no furniture, no pictures on the walls, no decorations – no life. After a home buyer has looked at dozens of homes online or toured home after home, a vacant home has little chance of being remembered. Staging a vacant home can not only make the home more memorable, it can also help sell the home. Here are 4 reasons why:
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