Baby Means Bigger Place

A team of selling pros help these homeowners exchange their old place for a bigger one to accomodate their growing family.

After: Picked Up and Primped

Before, the overstuffed living room looked cramped and untidy. Now, smaller contemporary furniture (moneysaving floor models that cost around $600) and new accessories have opened up the space and given it an inviting, cohesive style. The coffee table was brought in from a downstairs room, and the smaller TV cabinet replaces the oversize piece that used to block the doorway. Over in the dining room, which was crammed with office equipment and piles of paper, the computer desk is gone, and for a $150, new dining chairs and a cool chandelier have helped modernize the space. A fully set table, complete with fresh flowers, provide the finishing touches.

Resources(Hide)

    • Mark Rutstein
      Real Estate Agent, Coldwell Banker, The Rutstein Group
      Website: www.iknowdc.com
  • Advertisement will not be printed