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Home renovation: Tips and themes.

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Home renovation: Tips and themes.

Sharon Monticello

Sharon Monticello is native to one of California's most picturesque areas— Petaluma, nestled in the heart of wine country, has been home to Sharon's...

Sharon Monticello is native to one of California's most picturesque areas— Petaluma, nestled in the heart of wine country, has been home to Sharon's...

Dec 3 3 minutes read

As holidays come upon us, it's time for a fresh change and perspective in our lives as well as our homes! Here's a few thoughts on how you can make the most of your property and prepare it for potential buyers.


Less is more.

One of the oldest cliches still ring true, as minimalism appeals highly to showcase a sleek look, making your home look to have more space than it actually has. With the right changes on your use of space, you can maximize the opportunity of not just disposing of unnecessary furniture and fixtures, it also provides a sense of calm to your visitors.


Backyard power: Using excess space.

It's not just for the view, it's also allowable living space! Make an all-natural hang-out for friends and family alike, and renovate it not just for buyers. Having an outdoor loft that you'd enjoy as well with others is an indicator that it is a good experience when visitors enjoy your backyard barbeque or any other event. Of course, always keep in mind to keep it simple!


Bring in the greens!

Plants on a minimalist space adds a lot of value and contrast to the eye, aside from its obvious allure it gives a breather to your visitors with a natural calm and a bit of color to your home.


Scenic views and hues.

If your home has access to a scenic view, use it! Open the drapes, windows can if you can convert a bit of walls into live viewing spectacles!


Kid and Elderly friendly notes.

This applies to big space for families, to ensure that the long-term experience is valued. It may take time to prepare for this, so do check your budget in terms of installations, fixtures and landscaping.


Utilities & Amenities = your powerhouse.

Ensure your kitchen/s, bathrooms, dining and common areas are well themed together with your over-all look! Have professionals check on your energy necessities and interior/exterior so you won't sacrifice the basics of safety for a fully furnished design. As always, safety first!

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