Trading City for Suburbs

Our team of experts makes a high-rise city condo hip and trendy to appeal to first-time home buyers.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionAppropriate sized furnishings are brought into the living space and a new color palette is incorporated to draw the eye toward the view.
The window wall is painted a dark brown to help frame the view. The rest of the walls are painted a neutral color to help draw the eye toward the window. A new apartment-size sofa is brought in to give the illusion of more space and create a better flow in the room. Underneath the window, the ugly air conditioner is cleverly concealed with a brown sofa table.

Cost breakdown:

furniture $1,168
fixtures and accessories $621
lighting $68
Window treatments $27
paint and supplies $97

Total: $1,981

Living room products:

accent paint, Benjamin Moore's Branchport Brown, HC-72
wall paint, Benjamin Moore's Pismo Dunes, AC-32
curtains and curtain rod, 70079349 and 50000088, Ikea
sofa, Petrie, Crate & Barrel Outlet
shelves, T.J. Maxx and HomeGoods

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