Traditional Entryway Ideas - trim mouldings and columns added to large, open entryways, giving plain, cookie cutter spaces a unique, customized feel. This is a great example of how mouldings, caulk and paint can completely transform a home - Craftsman Wainscot and Columns, Appleton Renovations
Fox Run Craftsmen Cookie Cutters are made of tin and are 1" deep. There are so many fun shapes, you're sure to find one to fit every occasion! Use your creativity to personalize and decorate your cookies. Caution: Edges are sharp. Children should use only with adult supervision. 2" Dog Bone
Brick Tudor-style homes are often contrasted with areas of stone, stucco, or wooden claddings on principle gables or upper stories. This home's front gable dormer features half-timbering with stucco infilling. Decorative crossbars add visual interest to the windows.
Cookie cutter. Builder basic. A blank slate. However you want to phrase it, I think a lot of us fall into this category if our house was built after 1980. You know the look I'm talking about: beige carpet, white walls, oak trim, maybe some tan tiles in the kitchen, and literally no architectural details. It's just kind of... there. But you know what? That can be a good thing because now you have the chance to make your house exactly how you want it. In fact, we just bought a house…
Take Photos of Your Home: Right Now (Even If You Aren't Planning on Selling Yet)
The art of staging is based on the premise of manipulating a buyer- to make them swoon within seconds of entry. When the opposite happens, however, it can be difficult for a buyer to recover. This is amazing house hunting advice for buyers!