A Musical Makeover
The Designed to Sell take the dingy and dull out of a colonial-style home making it ready for a profitable sale.
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Real estate expert Terry Haas pays a visit to assess the home’s positive and negative selling features. She likes the neighborhood and the traditional feel of the brick home. In the living room, she compliments the floors and fireplace, but not the overabundance of mismatched furniture. Haas questions why there is garden furniture in the dining room, although, she likes the room’s original architectural details. Haas goes on to discover kitchen clutter, outdated dingy cabinets, faux-crackle wallpaper border and a filthy floor.
Designer Taniya Nayak agrees with Haas’s observations and has a $2,000 design plan that is sure to get this homeowner top dollar.
Step 1: Coordinate the living room furnishings and highlight the beautiful fireplace.
Step 2: Move the patio set out of the dining room and paint the walls to emphasize the chair rail and molding.
Step 3: Declutter the kitchen, update the cabinets and remove the tacky border.
Contractors John Allen and Matt Steele are hip to the plan and are prepared to accomplish each step.