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“Men Live Here” Apartment Transformed

Posted January 9, 2011 by Donna Dazzo

This apartment literally went from dorm room (the owner’s younger brother who’s in college lives here) to the beautiful apartment it deserved to be. The living room was sparse and uninviting, until… …we brought in some rental furnishings and decorative accessories to make it look like a room any buyer could relax in. The master […]

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Paint Color and Lighting: Tips and Information

Posted April 6, 2011 by Donna Dazzo

Recently I attended a Color and Lighting seminar for the trade at the Benjamin Moore showroom here in New York City, one of only three of their showrooms across the nation. As a home stager and interior redesigner, I often recommend paint colors to homeowners looking to “stage to sell” or “design to dwell”, so […]

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Chandeliers, End Tables, Lamps, etc.: How High?

Posted December 13, 2010 by Donna Dazzo

How high should a picture be hung? How low should a chandelier hang over a dining room table? What’s the appropriate height for an end table? Here are some useful guidelines: Hanging Pictures – generally, pictures should be hung at eye level, but whose eye level? Hang it so that the center is at 5’8″ […]

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Lighten and Brighten Your Way to a Successful Sale of Your Home

Posted August 17, 2010 by Donna Dazzo

When selling a home, it is very important that it be light and bright.  Buyers do not respond well to dark spaces. Here are a few home staging tips and tricks to brighten up your home: Remove screens from windows – this lets more of the natural light through -keep them in the garage if […]

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