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Patch's House & Home
The Greater Pittsburgh housing market is on the mend. It might be a bold statement, but the numbers back it up.
It is projected that rising home prices should encourage more sellers to list their homes for sale.
There are many easy methods to update your home, and one of them is to reframe your art collection.
Here are a few suggestions for home design resolutions for 2013.
I like to take it easy with the extra holiday décor and allow the house to still have its own personality. Less is more when it comes to the holiday decorations and editing is always encouraged.
Chalkboard paint is huge. You can do marvelous things with this product, and use it over, and over, and over, again. Chalkboard paint is so cool that I’m amazed that more people don’t use it.
The wonderful thing about succulents is that they require very little attention—water occasionally and some sun.
The clear glass pendant lighting allows for an unobstructed view in this very small space. A cluster of five pendants will hang above the large table as a chandelier.
In my business, I experience trends. The longest
trend, thus far, is the "back to the hardwoods" trend for flooring,
replacing the banal wall-to-wall carpeting.
It’s hard not to love awnings. They work with any style of home whether it be traditional, contemporary, modern or provincial.
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