Monthly Archives: March 2015
When it comes time to sell your home, getting the highest possible price can help you start the new chapter of your life in the best position.
To achieve this, there are a few simple steps you can take. Hiring the right real estate agent is one aspect that can affect the sales price, as well as choosing the most advantageous season in which to sell.
Another important consideration is how you present your home to prospective buyers. From clearing the clutter to adding desirable features, there are many potential actions that could improve the value of a house. One of the most effective of which is painting.
Intriguing, inviting and inspiring – the colours you choose to paint your interior are an important part of achieving the right impression and mood. To ensure your home is as individual as you are, it helps to familiarise yourself with the hues available and the impact they can have on your property.
Resene's team of specialists and colour experts can help you choose the right shade from the incredible range available online and in store. For just some of the intriguing shades offered at Resene, we are sharing a few examples as we work through the alphabet from A to Z.
Art is a term that covers a huge range of trends and creative expressions. From sculpture to music to dance, there are so many different forms of artistic exploration that it's difficult to define the practice.
With painting, sketching, stencilling and photography just a few of the possible art forms able to be hung on the walls of your home, it could be challenging to choose the right display.
When you purchase the perfect piece of art, knowing how to present it can make all the difference. Removing the picture from a stark white gallery and introducing it into your busy, colourful home may alter the vision and ultimately leave you disappointed.
With winter just around the corner and summer well and truly in the past, it's time for the curtains to be drawn early in the evening and for most of us to spend extended time indoors. However, the end of the warmer months doesn't have to mean leaving the sun behind completely.
With a lick of paint and a new colour scheme, you can easily bring the season back and spend those long autumn and winter nights in the comfort of a summer-inspired home.