“Making Life Beautiful, One Room at a Time” was the motto that started it all. It was the motto that I used when I first started blogging. Here we are, five years later, and the motto still exists. What I thought used to be a “silly catch phase”, now has evolved into a belief system that I live by today.
Thanksgiving is only days away! You have your guest list, the menu prepared, the grocery list ready, and getting your house entertainment ready is the last thing on the agenda. Are you feeling stressed? Have no fear! In today’s blog post we are sharing quick and simple Thanksgiving table setting ideas so you can be the hostess with the mostest! Continue reading
Hiring a designer to stage your home for sale is more than just decluttering, selecting paint colors, and rearranging furniture. In fact, there is so MUCH more included in our full-service home staging services. In today’s blog post, we breakdown the details and discuss what’s included in our home staging services for vacant/unoccupied listings. Continue reading
As a designer and someone who works closely with realtors (my fiance is one), I’ve witnessed the power of home staging first hand. Home staging is the act of preparing and showcasing your home for sale. The benefits of home staging have been statistically proven to be highly effective by numerous surveys and real estate reports.
Homeowners who have not hired a home stager before, may not be familiar with the benefits of having a well-staged home. If you are getting ready to sell your home and find yourself asking the question, “Does home staging really work?” – stick around! Continue reading
Hanging art or photos on the wall seems simple enough. Just hammer in a nail, then hang, right?
Not quite. Those of us who have tried to perfectly display our favorite work of art know that it can be tricky. That’s why Invaluable has created a comprehensive picture hanging guide to help you get it right every time. Give it a read through, then let us know what work of art you ca’t wait to proudly display! Continue reading
Today’s blog post is going to be different from the content that I normally share. I always share my design experiences here but this time I am going to relate it to my personal experience.
Surprisingly, planning a wedding and planning a design project are similar: the vision, the stress, the planning, the investment, and the outcome. When we find ourself in one of these situations, typically they are both big life changes and large decisions need to be made.. and there’s a timeline. Continue reading