All photos courtesy of Trend MLS
Does your home make you happy or do you find yourself dreaming of finding new digs?
Scientific evidence spelled out in an article entitled “The Psychological Cost of Boring Buildings” suggests we can live happier and healthier lives if we are surrounded by interesting architecture and vibrant settings.
When working with clients, I always recommend they elect to have a home inspection. It costs about $500 but can save them thousands of dollars in the long run if an inspector uncovers defects or maintenance issues.
Fake plants. Painted furniture. Brass fixtures.
It may sound like a bad home makeover but these are a few of the decor ideas Interior Designer Kristine Robinson said can update your home’s look and improve your mood.
“If you wake up every morning in a room that brings you joy, makes you happy, that makes you feel good, awake and alive, that’s powerful,” said Robinson of
There’s snow on the ground and your holiday decorations aren’t yet packed away but it’s time to start thinking about spring. The spring housing market, that is. And you may be surprised to learn it starts well before the last flake has fallen.
JUST SOLD! An updated brick row home on a quiet block in Germantown. A great home for city-lovers who like to walk to shops, churches, a community garden and more.