While buying a home is a fun experience, the process of decorating it is even better! Let's stay updated and look at some 2018 design trends, that will make your home stand out!
1. Olive green
Green color is coming back in style, but now in a more settle olive color. It's the color that everybody will be talking about. It's a softer shade and it complements the desire for a cozy home. There are many ways to incorporate it into your decor. You can line the walls in green, set the tone with a green rug, welcome guests with green doors, or accent your kitchen with green tile. Get creative!
2. Agate wallpaper
Want to give your space distinctive and creative look - try agate wallpaper! It's becoming more and more popular in a mass market. You can have fun with designs and embrace new looks! The beauty of it is undeniable!
3. Richer color palettes
Don't be afraid to add some patterns to your home scene. Dramatic reds, bold yellows, and statement pinks will brighten not only your home, but your mood as well!
4. Made by hand
This is the time to check favorite local markets and find something unique and handmade. Think about artisan light fixtures, hand-carved folk art and handwoven blankets.
Pre-construction is the best way to go if you like to choose your finishes. Let me guide you through the process for the most desired outcome of the homeownership. Feel free to contact me by phone at 267-325-4269 or by mail at email@example.com. Dream big and your dreams will come true! Start searching your home today here.
Author:Rachel Street Phone: 267-357-1334 Dated: February 6th 2018 Views: 175 About Rachel: Rachel has lived in five different Philadelphia neighborhoods, and her passion forexploring has led ...
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Trish Kelly is a Philadelphia native, currently living in Passyunk Square. She has been a Real Estate Agent for 20 years and draws on her vast experience in the field including project management in residential flips, property management from the rental side and over 1,000 properties sold during her career. Trish is a trained electrician and was the 2nd woman to attend the apprenticeship program at IBEW local 98.
Besides her real estate knowledge, Trish is co-founder of Theatre Exile in Philadelphia (www.theatreexile.org) and continues to support the Arts Community by donating 15% of her commissions to Arts Organizations in Philadelphia. She sits on the Board of several Arts Organizations and enjoys attending events in a multitude of disciplines.
Trish has a long background of Customer Service with 15 years of management in the airline industry, 8 years as a Massage Therapist at The Sporting Club at the Bellevue, and 5 years as Managing Director at Theatre Exile. She approaches her Real Estate business with a keen eye to her clients needs and a determination to provide 100% customer satisfaction.