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Self-Preparation for your First Open House

The first open house has the power to make or break how potential buyers can view your home. First impressions last, and you want to make the best first impression possible, right? Here is a list of ‘must do’s’ for the first open house! Get cleaning! A job that is usually procrastinated

Orange love

Orange is a colour that speaks of adventure and energy. It is a warm colour that reflects positivity. Orange is not a subtle colour - it draws attention to itself and is poppy! The orange colour spectrum is large and varied, from pastels and peaches to deep burnt oranges. Orange is a colour

Make Your House Perfect for an Open House

Tying up all the loose ends before an open house is critical. Finishing touches can make a world or difference for potential buyers.   First impressions are the ones that last. Check out Naomi’s tips for how to make your house prefect for an open house inspection here

How To: A Kid Friendly Sales Experience

Teenagers and small children while trying to prepare your home for an inspection can make the whole process ten times harder. For many clients, preparing their home for sale with kids may seem like an impossible task.   For Naomi’s tips on how to have an open inspection with kids click here.

Silk Home, Modern Retro Design

A young family, a professional couple with two young children, had purchased a property and were at the time, in the middle of renovations. The couple had already purchased a beautiful leather lounge and tin coffee table from their previous property, and from the design style exercises we completed with

Metallic love

Gold, silver, brass, bronze, pewter, copper... Metallics are the hottest interior design trend circulating right now! The most subtle hint of metallic can bring a touch of elegant glamour into any interior. It's sophisticated and classy and brings a feeling of value and expense to a space, no matter what interior

First Impressions Count

The doors to your home reveal your personal interior style to the outside world, and can say a lot about who you are. No matter if your style is modern, traditional, architectural, country or insanely stylish, what’s behind your front door says it all. We hear it all the time, 'don't

Feature Property – Lorna Street Waratah

Designed by respected local architect Frederick Menkens and built c1895 as a family home for prosperous spirit merchant Joseph Wood, magnificent 'Braeside' is one of Newcastle’s longest standing examples of Queen Anne Federation architecture. Rich with history and held by only three families, it is on offer for the first

Silk Home, Reclaimed Country Home

Our clients brief: A professional middle aged couple with five children, moving into a new home and they needed to start from scratch. Their brand new home has so much character and history as all of the building elements are reclaimed pieces of buildings from the 1989 Newcastle earthquake. Exposed bricks,