This spacious walk-in closet has wall-to-wall closets with doors made of glass. Inside these well-organized closets, shirts are hung on racks, organized by color and type. A white dresser to hold jewelry and accessories is positioned along one wall in this closet.
Mirrors and mirrored furniture are high-impact ways to get a luxury look, even on a budget. You can simply add a mirror, such as this round fish-eye mirror above the bed, which Atlanta designer Michelle Mentzer found at a discount. Or go glam by switching out a basic bedside table for a mirrored nightstand. If you have hardwood floors, add a patterned rug from an outlet store.
Install a sleek sconce on the side of the bed, instead of cramming a lamp onto a small side table, says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer with Terracotta Design Build in Atlanta. Sconces may feature swing arms or other ways to change the direction of the light, which helps create a comfortable environment for nighttime reading. A wire basket below a bedside table provides additional, yet stylish, storage.
A wallpaper accent wall brings elegance into this bedroom. Designers Cate Dunning and Lathem Gordon of GordonDunning suggest layering a duvet and coverlet for a more luxurious look, and having one “boom-pow” statement pillow can make a big style difference, too.
Agent Dominique Jeramaz is asked to list an $8.3-million Malibu home. She's never sold in the area, but if Dominique can find a buyer, she'll earn a $415,000 commission. On the other hand, if she drops the ball, her reputation will take a major hit in one of the most elite real estate communities in L.A. Meanwhile, an oil tycoon turns to agent Victor Kaminoff when he decides he needs out of his $45K-a-month rental to buy into a Malibu property. If successful, Victor could walk away with a $500K commission. If he fails, Victor will lose a long-term client who keeps bringing him high-end deals.
Agent Kofi Natei Nartey helps an ESPN analyst quickly relocate to a new Hollywood Hills property before his current lease expires, while Kennon Earl and Nancie Richards scramble to move a Venice property in a matter of days.
Agent Jason Oppenheim needs to find his clients the perfect property for the right price, while Kennon Earl's new client is more concerned with finding a property in the right location. Both will face challenges finding the right balance for their clients.
Vanessa Fitzgerald's new clients are longtime friends, who want to buy their first home together. They've lived in LA for a long time, but their modest budget of $800,000 will lead to a challenging search on the affluent West Side of LA. Meanwhile, Victor Kaminoff's sold nearly every home on Kings Road, so when given the opportunity to sell the same home for a FOURTH time, he's determined to keep his winning sales streak alive.
Agent Katy Landrum takes on a developer client, who doubts her abilities, in hopes that she can prove herself and gain her client's trust to be considered to list his ever growing property empire. Christophe Choo entertains a German baron who's flown overseas to find a family estate in the $20 million price range.
A veteran agent has to price, stage, and sell a property for his client who grew up in the house and is emotionally attached to it. And a young agent helps a friend and her fiance look for a starter home after toxic mold in their condo made them sick and forced them to move in with his parents.
Agent Christophe Choo has VIP clients looking to upgrade from their $5 million Bel Air home to a $10 - $12 million property. And, after super agent Valerie Fitzgerald finds a home that meets her buyer's discerning taste, a hiccup with the home inspection threatens the deal.
Agent Kennon Earl jumps at the chance to help his close friend buy a house in Palm Springs, but shopping for houses two hours away proves to be difficult. Valerie Fitzgerald lands the exclusive listing on a newly finished mega mansion, and if she plays her cards right, she'll coordinate multiple deals and earn multiple commissions on a luxury property.
Actor Esai Morales enlists the help of Thomas Magazeno to sell his Hollywood Hills home so he can move to a more kid-friendly location, but an aggressive pricing strategy leaves the actor with some serious reservations. Also, agent Kennon Earl takes a trip to Kauai to advise his restaurateur clients on a new investment property; but finding them a place where the numbers makes sense proves to be a challenge.
Russian-born, American recording artist, Sasha Gradiva, is looking for a house to live, work and fulfill her creative needs in the Hollywood Hills. And Sasha isn't the only celebrity in the neighborhood. Two-time Emmy award winner Michelle Stafford has a home to sell, but in a down market, getting the price she wants is going to prove difficult.
Agent Kofi Natei Nartey tries to expand his business with a $10 million listing in Las Vegas. His plan is to cast a wide net appealing to the local, LA and international communities with target marketing. And broker David Bailey's hard-to-please client and long-time friend Joni Rim is relocating to the West Coast and is in need of a $1 to $1.5 million condo near Beverly Hills' Golden Triangle.
When broker Rob Aigner hears of an agent in his Santa Barbara office is in despair, he decides to help dually market the property in LA as a home away from home. And back in LA, Kofi Natei Nartey gets a client through one of his networking groups, and vows to help them find a home near Redondo Beach before their upcoming wedding.
A client challenges agent Rebekah Schwartz to sell her $2 million Marina Del Ray home. If she's successful, she'll give her the listings on her large portfolio of high-end properties around the city. And, a Southern Belle realizes the hundreds of thousands of dollars she spent in renovations didn't result in her dream home. Now she wants VFG agent, Nicole Contreras to come up with a creative way to bring buyers into the home, and get it sold, before she moves back to Texas.
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