Tag : home styling

How to Style Your Rental Property

When renting, it is easy to fell like you are living in someone else’s house, and technically, you are. You don’t have to feel like an outsider in your rental property, though. Adding your own style and elements to make the space feel like home is a great way to help

Why Floor Plans Hold The Power

Beautiful photos of your home for the market are awesome, they provide the buyers with an idea of the vibe and atmosphere of your home, and can influence if buyers will attend an open house. Floor plans are another awesome tool can draw buyers in and attract some new buyers. While photos

What To NOT Forget!

Attention to detail is of utmost importance when staging your house to be sold. All these details may be overwhelming and home stagers may forget some things. Art is a great added detail to consider! Placing things on the wall will give homebuyers a vision! They may visualise their existing home decorations and

Single Bedrooms

Often used for children, teens  and studies, single bedrooms offer a wide variety of exploration for design as they typically offer more room than bedrooms with  double beds. One of the biggest advantages to have a single bed in a bedroom is the availability of desk space. This is perfect for

Master Bedroom

Master bedrooms can be tricky. Sure, you spend a lot of time in there, but for most people, the majority of that time is spent sleeping. It's for this reason that many people have a complaisant attitude when it comes to the master bedroom, which is totally understand about. Who

Seller to Buyer: What You Need To Know

Selling your home can be terrifying task and sometimes seem a little too much. Some easy things to think of that will make the whole process 10 times easier are: What suburb you live in Is it local or rural? Close to schools and shops? Is this area easy to get to? Who

Open Plan Spaces

Open plan living spaces seem to be a recent phenomenon in the architecture industry, and so they should be! They bring people together and can be used as a space for everyone and everything instead of leaving set activities to set rooms. Unlike older houses where it is clear what room

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

Quarterly Blog Review

Can you believe how fast the year has gone? It feels like two weeks ago it was Christmas and all the madness that ensues at that time of the year! At Silk Home we have been working hard to not only stage homes but also put out content for everyone who

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