Category: Trends

4 Trends That Make the Windows Shine
By: Date: November 22, 2021 Categories: Trends,Uncategorized,Windows
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Windows are becoming a greater focal point in home design. Trendy black-trimmed exterior windows are gaining popularity, and more emphasis is being placed on showcasing windows from inside as well. Windows connect the indoors and outdoors and satisfy yearnings for nature for homeowners quarantining inside. Here are some ways windows are being showcased more in…

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5 Hot Home Design Trends for 2021
By: Date: March 22, 2021 Categories: Design,Trends,Uncategorized
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By Krisztina Bell, No Vacancy Home Staging Inc. Photo courtesy No Vacancy Home Staging As we move forward, combining classical and modern design elements will transform any space with a new and fresh look. If we are working and living at home, why not look for ways to make our home more meaningful? Darker kitchens,…

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5 Decorating Trends for This Holiday Season
By: Date: December 30, 2020 Categories: Decorating,Trends,Uncategorized
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Many homeowners have decked the halls early this year. Those who are embracing the warmth and coziness of home during the pandemic are finding themselves in a particularly festive spirit. Sixty-seven percent of consumers say they don’t have enough holiday decorations this year and plan to buy more, according to a study conducted by the…

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Rental Prices Are Rising for These Big-City Apartments, but Falling for These Others
By: Date: November 14, 2020 Categories: Coronavirus,pandemic,recession,Rent,Renters,renting,space,square footage,tenants,Trends,Uncategorized Tags: , , , , , , , , ,
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The standard pandemic narrative goes something like this: COVID-19 pushed renters into fleeing their tiny, claustrophobic apartments in the big, expensive cities—in turn causing monthly rents to plummet. However, it turns out that’s only partly true. Nationally, monthly rents continued to fall for studios, typically the smallest spaces, according to realtor.com®’s October rental report. However,…

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