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Blog Incorporate Pantone’s Color of 2021 Into Your Home For the second time ever, Pantone’s Color of the Year is actually two colors: Ultimate Gray and Illuminating Yellow. Ultimate Gray is emblematic of natural elements that stand the test of time, while Illuminating Yellow is a cheerful sunshine yellow, symbolizing energy and clarity. Here are some ways you can harness this color harmony in your home. […]
Blog 2021 Paint Color Trends Embrace neutral colors After a weary 2020, expect to see a return to prominence for nostalgic, neutral colors. The resurgence of neutrals signals a focus on simple comfort, healing, a return towards wellness, and is representative of a lifestyle with a slower pace. Colors to look for include oatmeal hues, cerulean and Aegean blues, and […]
Blog How to Price Your Home for Sale It’s natural for sellers to want to get every step of the selling process right, but a successful home sale depends on an accurate listing price. Your real estate agent will work closely with you to set the price, but in the meantime, you can use the following information to better understand what goes into […]
Blog Economic Update with Matthew Gardner Exclusive Invitation!!! Tune in on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at 9:00am to meet with Matthew Gardner, Windermere Real Estate’s Chief Economist LIVE and get your chance to ask him questions. He’ll be discussing the housing market, employment and the effects of COVID-19 on the local and national economy. As one of the only real estate […]
Home Improvement How to Improve Your Curb Appeal Image Source: Canva When it comes time to sell your home, first impressions are crucial. Improving your curb appeal helps to make the most of a buyer’s first glance and sets the stage for their interest in purchasing your home. The following projects are simple and inexpensive ways to enhance both your home’s first impression […]
Housing Trends Refresh Your Bathroom into a Spa With some creative thinking and a few do-it-yourself projects, you too can transform an everyday bathroom into a spa-like experience:   High-end shower head  There are a plethora of shower head options available today that can make even a simple shower space feel like a luxuriating experience.   Heated towel rack  Once out of the […]
Colorado Housing What to Consider Before You Build If you’re short on space but don’t want to move, a home addition is an attractive way to solve your woes and turn your current home into your dream home. Whether you’re adding a whole new room or a more modest addition, it can turn into a major construction project; with architects and contractors to […]
Economics 101 Preparing Your Garage for an Electric Car Photo Source: FleetCarma.com Electric cars help lower emissions and fuel costs, improve fuel economy, and bolster energy security. And considering the volatility of gas prices—and their general skyward trajectory—electric fuel shows promise as an economic alternative. But switching to an electric vehicle entails more than new driving habits and a conversation piece with strangers. It’s also a […]
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For Buyers & Sellers Refresh Your Home   The craving to move happens to every homeowner as they start to feel bogged down, or like they need a restart. That sense of newness doesn’t have to be dramatic, however. The great part about having a home of your own is you can make improvements and give your home a chance to evolve […]
Colorado Housing Improve Your Curb Appeal with These Affordable Tips   You’ll never have a second chance at a first impression, so let’s make it count! When it comes to upping your home’s curb appeal, there are plenty of small changes you can make that have a big impact. And best of all, you don’t need to call in the pros or spend a fortune […]
For Buyers & Sellers 12 Tips for Making Your Bedroom Cozier Photo by MyDomaine  At the end of a long day, your bedroom should be a sanctuary of comfort that welcomes you in. But, as a room that guests rarely see and in which homeowners spend most of their time with their eyes closed, its upkeep frequently gets pushed to the bottom of the to-do list. Thankfully, […]
Housing Trends Designing the Perfect Office to Work From Home In Style Photo by letsbemates.com.au Working from home is an aspiration for many of us, but to do so effectively takes effort. A disorganized space at home can be just as troublesome as a hectic office. The most disciplined telecommuters will tell you that you need a structured routine and organization to get into work mode. Having […]
Blog Beyond Alexa – Other Smart Appliances You Can Use In Your Home Posted in Living by Kenady Swan  The nation’s largest home-building company, Lennar, now integrates Amazon’s “Alexa” smart speaker system as a function in new homes they construct. In the United States alone there are reportedly at least 39 million privately owned smart speakers, and the growth seems likely to only continue. With an eye to the future, we […]
Blog Should I Move or Remodel? Posted in Buying, Selling, and Living by Kenady Swan  There are a number of things that can trigger the decision to remodel or move to a new home. Perhaps you have outgrown your current space, you might be tired of struggling with ancient plumbing or wiring systems, or maybe your home just feels out of date. The question is: Should […]
Blog Open Your Home With the Right Tone and a Welcome Mat Posted in Living by John Trupin  Right before the guests ring the doorbell or give the front door an old-fashioned knock, they step on your welcome mat. This mat serves two purposes: catching debris and adding style. Here are some ideas for how to give this entry detail a refresh.   Welcome Mat 1: Caela McKeever, original photo on […]
Blog Beautiful Inside & Out – Timber Interiors for a Timber Frame Home Posted in Living by Guest Author  Photo Credit: Hamill Creek A home that exudes beauty from the inside and the outside is also a true reflection of its owner. Today, homes are not just mere living spaces that are filled up with furniture – every home has a character, design theme, and personality of its own, characterized largely […]
Blog Make the Most of the Home You Have Posted in Living by Tara Sharp  If you have been in your home for a while you may be restless for change. The great part about having a home of your own is you can make improvements and give your home a chance to evolve over time. You just need to help your home live up to its […]
Blog When it comes time to downsize Posted in Buying, Selling, and Living by Windermere Guest Author  When it comes time to decide if you want to downsize, there are many thoughts and emotions that go speeding through your mind.  Maybe you have already decided this is your home for the rest of your life.  Your home was the perfect place to meet your needs when you […]
Blog The Reality of Home Improvement: HGTV installment Posted in Buying, Selling, and Living by Justin Waskow  On any given weekend in my house, at least a couple of hours will be spent watching the designers, craftspeople and entertainers on HGTV or its spunky sister station, the DIY Network.  The premise of these home-centered television networks is that somewhere, sandwiched between long commercial breaks for paint, faucets, flooring warehouses and something […]
Blog 8 Ways to Make the Most of the Home You Have “Staying Put” by architect and writer Duo Dickinson is not your typical architect’s book about design. There’s no obscure language nor design-for-design’s-sake ideas. It is a practical, down-to-earth guide that walks anyone through the rational process of how to remodel your house to get the home you want, from how to think about your house […]