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: Tacky bathroom
The threshold is missing from the entryway to the bathroom, making the problems obvious from the first step. What's more, the real estate expert said that the flooring inside the room is the cheapest laminate she has ever seen. The caulk around the tub was poorly applied, it looks awful and is starting to collect mold. This tacky room does not belong in this cool loft.
In the kitchen (not shown), the homeowners have dishes and cookware stored on top of the cabinets instead of inside the cabinets. This is a red flag to potential buyers that there is not enough storage. The deep burn marks in the countertop and the worn cabinets are also sure to turn off buyers.
For specific product information, click on the first After photo of the room.
This hip young couple took their home from non-descript to English blue cottage.