POSTS IN THE CATEGORY 'CLUTTER'
Roger Hazard · Many of us use our kitchen as the home for our cleaning supplies. Keeping everything in one location can make it easier to quickly locate that bottle of glass cleaner when you need it, but it can also mean a lot of running back to the kitchen for one bottle at a time.
ACCESSORIES · CLUTTER · CUSTOMCUPBOARDS · FUNCTIONALITY · KITCHEN · KITCHENS101 · TECHNOLOGY · TIPS
Roger Hazard · More of us are working out of our homes than ever. Whether full time or for just a few hours per week, it's important to carve out a dedicated area for work and storage. It can be a challenge to balance your work and home life, but the first step is designing a home office that meets your needs and inspires you daily.
ART · CLUTTER · COLOR · DESIGN · LIGHTING · PAINT · STATESMAN · STORAGE · TIPS · WORKSPACE
Eileen Gill · Often I show houses and think, "Whoa, is this house really on the market?" There are dishes in the sink, unmade beds, clothes in hampers that are sitting in playrooms and bedrooms, all sorts of things piled on the stairs, carpets that need to be vacuumed, bathrooms with wet floors - and tons of apologies from the owner! Then I think, "Well, they must have never heard of the Ten Minute Tidy."
CLUTTER · KIDS · REALESTATE · TIPS
Roger Hazard · Last weekend, I had the opportunity to meet Felicia Merritt, her husband Kenneth Sr., and their kids at their home in Omaha, Nebraska. Felicia is a fan of Sell This House and wanted my help with their home.
CLUTTER · FANS · KIDS · SELLTHISHOUSE · STAGING · TIPS
Roger Hazard · Many staging decisions are open for debate, but here are ten things that you absolutely must remove before your next open house. Your house will be cleaner, look more up-to-date, and will appeal to a wider audience.
CLUTTER · COLUMN · STAGING · TIPS