I just completed Nala's big girl room - I would love to hear what you think and I would love to help you if you are buying or selling a home! Here is what I did in her room:
Sometimes it's hard to picture how much a few updates can transform a space! I had these before and after pictures taken of a duplex we bought this year on Kingshighway in St Louis.
For around $2,000 we were able to make the entire space much more appealing - we had a contractor paint all the rooms in a warm greige, update the light fixtures, and hang curtains up in one bedroom and the living room. This transformation cost approximately $2000 including labor and materials - money well spent if you are selling or renting your home. :)
If you are considering selling, I can help you give your home the "wow" factor it needs for an effortless sale - a consultation is always FREE!
I love house projects & updating - especially seeing the difference paint can make!! Check out these before and after shots of a home I recently sold in Glen Carbon.
Fireplace before and after: This home was built in the late 90s when brick was more popular around a fireplace. The buyers did a whitewash paint finish that I LOVE! It really gives it a more modern, fresh look.
Island before and after: The owners painted most of the cabinets white and chose a warm grey for the island. Another choice I LOVE!
Our house is only three years old and the grout in our bathrooms was already sooo dirty looking!! I tried this product at my house and the results were amazing! The floors look new again! If you are selling your house, I have lots of tips like this to help your home sparkle so that you get TOP DOLLAR! A consultation is always free - let's set up a time to meet :)
Watch me demo and see for yourself.
Halfway between green and yellow — this fun hue can bring just the right zing as an accent wall or can be paired with neutrals to bring a modern flair. According to Wikipedia, this color got its name because it resembled the green color of one of the French liqueurs called green chartreuse, introduced in 1764. Who knew? :)
Check out the home I have for sale at 825 Willoway in East Alton. I totally LOVE the fresh chartreuse color they picked for their living room. It works beautifully with their wood floors and curtains.