Condo Goes Contemporary
A historic loft is converted from a studio into a contemporary one-bedroom apartment.
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Filed under: Bathroom Color, Home Staging, Condominiums, Contemporary Style, Home Selling, Color
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Before: Lacking Storage and Privacy
The real estate expert said that when it comes to condos, renters rent studios, and buyers buy one-bedrooms. She strongly advises building a wall between the bedroom area and the living room. A one-bedroom condo will sell for a lot more money than a studio. Another problem with the bedroom area is the lack of closet space. Buyers like seeing a lot of storage, especially in the bedroom.
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