September 2014 Newsletter

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Adding a Touch of Fall to Your Home in the Desert

Autumn’s bright colors and crunching leaves are upon us. Cozy sweaters, crisp air, and the scent of hot apple cider evoke fond memories of friends and family gathering together.  Add a touch of fall to your home to brighten and warm your house throughout the season. Bring the Outdoors … [Read more...]

Mandatory Water Measures are now in effect in the Desert!

According to an article on the Desert Sun the DWA’s mandatory measures are: Washing hard surfaces like driveways, parking lots and building exteriors is prohibited at all times. Golf courses, parks and schools can water only between sunset and sunrise. Lawn watering and landscape … [Read more...]

Sorry to see you go!!

It’s the worst time of the year … packing up and leaving the Desert. It’s been warm, fun and exciting and did I say WARM? But it’s time to head back to your other house (can’t say “home” – this is your real home) until next season. However, before you leave, there are some things you may want to do … [Read more...]

7 Ways to Save with Green Plumbing in the Desert

What does it mean to be ecologically minded? It’s a promise to pollute less, and save resources like water and electricity. That is where green plumbing comes into the picture. If you’re renovating or moving to a new place, a little pre-thought can save you money. Green Plumbing Low flow – … [Read more...]

August 2013 Newsletter

Real estate and redesign tips for great homes in the Desert. … [Read more...]

Should your kitchen sink face guests or face the fairway?

This may seem daunting .... you have a chance to jazz up your kitchen, but where should you place your kitchen sink - or should you have more work stations than a conventional sink? Below are some great ideas from that may help you decide which may work in your kitchen. Designing Your … [Read more...]

Are you strong enough for a remodel?

Wisdom to Help Your Relationship Survive a Remodel Architecture, interior design, and more ∨Consider a versatile murphy bed when looking for guest bed furniture, find well-designed task chairs, and work with a contractor in your area to create a fun yet functional home office. Find … [Read more...]

What Features Matter Most when Looking for your home in the Desert?

  According to the National Association of REALTORS®, did you know that 53% of buyers started a home improvement project within three months AFTER they purchased their home? Home buyers typically spent $4,550 on the project of which the kitchen is the most likely to receive the remodel – 47% … [Read more...]

How to Design a Contemporary Living Room in the Desert

One of the best ways to make it easier to sell your house in La Quinta and surrounding area is to design it in a contemporary style that does not look dated or lose its value. If you’re not sure how to create a living space that’s both comfortable and modern, here are some tips to help you get … [Read more...]