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This is what happens when u ask me to come up with a last minute centerpiece for a SuperBowl party. I'm looking around h...
02/02/2020

This is what happens when u ask me to come up with a last minute centerpiece for a SuperBowl party. I'm looking around her house for accessories. "Do you have a football?"

A little pre-New Year's redesign in my living area! Always great finds at #tjmaxx and #athomestores
12/30/2019

A little pre-New Year's redesign in my living area! Always great finds at #tjmaxx and #athomestores

Such great finds this year at the big box stores! Found these cute cedar wreaths #target  and added the little wired buf...
12/10/2019

Such great finds this year at the big box stores! Found these cute cedar wreaths #target and added the little wired buffalo plaid bows & deer heads #walmart . A set of 5 looks great in my dining room window!

My favorite Sunday job...my granddaughters' playroom in their home. New reading corner, books & games & kitchen area!
11/24/2019

My favorite Sunday job...my granddaughters' playroom in their home. New reading corner, books & games & kitchen area!

Lovely home on a corner lot in Westerly, a pleasure to stage. Open Sunday! Offered by Gail Lee Homes
10/06/2019
Email from Oct 02 2019 - Matrix Portal

Lovely home on a corner lot in Westerly, a pleasure to stage. Open Sunday! Offered by Gail Lee Homes

© BRIGHT MLS - All information, regardless of source, should be verified by personal inspection by and/or with the appropriate professional(s). The information is not guaranteed. Measurements are solely for the purpose of marketing, may not be exact, and should not be relied upon for loan, valuat...

Looks like an autumn morning but supposed to hit almost 90 today😳. I'm so ready for fall
10/01/2019

Looks like an autumn morning but supposed to hit almost 90 today😳. I'm so ready for fall

Click the link to see great tips from HGTV: low-budget cosmetic changes to appeal to buyers & help your home sell faster...
09/30/2019
10 Cosmetic Upgrades to Sell Your Home in Record Time

Click the link to see great tips from HGTV: low-budget cosmetic changes to appeal to buyers & help your home sell faster! Contact me to help you get started. Two years BEFORE you plan to move will allow you to plan & budget AND enjoy the updates before you move!

Caution: Project results may make your home so beautiful, you won't want to leave.

07/08/2019

If you are certain you will live in your house forever, skip this! If you think one day you will sell, read on!

Common Home ‘Renovations’ That Can Accidentally Lower A House’s Overall Value

By Ryan Unger

When it’s time to sell their house, a homeowner will want to do everything they can to increase its market value. Of course, they’re aiming to turn the best possible profit, so that means they’ll need to ensure their home is in pristine condition when realtors bring around potential buyers.

You’d think a home with all the latest bells and whistles would be a surefire target for buyers, but the truth is there are plenty of upgrades that actually decrease a home’s value—and therefore make it far less marketable than comparable listings. You’ll never guess some of the ways putting money into your home can actually work against you!

1. Extravagant light fixtures: While you might think adding dramatic touches to your home’s decor would make a listing more appealing, it can actually turn potential buyers away. If the light fixtures don’t match the style of the home, it can be a huge turn-off.

2. Wallpaper: Wallpaper is notoriously difficult to remove, and sometimes the choices in patterns can be a little too “in your face.” Instead of fancy designs, go with neutral paint instead. This allows the buyer to envision their own decorating—and it makes for an easier sale for you!

3. Textured walls: As with wallpaper, ornate textures on walls and ceilings can be a real pain to remove. Instead, check out textured wall decor; it’s far easier to remove, not to mention it’s usually cheaper.

4. Unique tiling: Many people have a tendency to lay down tiles that fit their own personal style, but chances are a potential buyer won’t have the same taste. Go with a traditional neutral floor and customize your space with a unique (and easy to remove) rug instead.

5. Carpeting: According to a study, 54 percent of homebuyers are willing to pay more for hardwood floors, which means homes with a lot of carpeting are less desirable. Carpets show their wear earlier, and colors and styles are usually based on personal preferences.

6. Bold paint: Bold and vibrant paint colors usually turn off potential buyers since the hues are limited to the current owner’s preference. Fortunately, repainting rooms is an easy and affordable fix—and it’s a worthy investment.

7. High-end kitchens: In 2015, the national average for a kitchen remodel was a little less than $60,000, but the resale value was only priced at $38,000. To avoid spending so much on a project that will cost you in the end, only focus on the aspects of a kitchen that truly need sprucing up.

8. Spa tubs: As awesome as a whirlpool tub is, it can be difficult to clean and sometimes hard to step into for some people… and that will deter buyers. A simpler walk-in shower appeals to more people looking to buy a home.

9. Home offices: Modern technology has allowed for more and more people to work from home, and they usually convert a bedroom into a personal work space. However, that can knock as much as 10 percent off a home’s value. If you have to use a bedroom, avoid bulky desks and shelving units so the room can easily be converted back.

10. Combining bedrooms: Combining two bedrooms that are next to each other to create a bigger room is perfectly fine for couples without children, but if they don’t plan on living there forever, the removal of one bedroom will knock down a home’s value.

11. High-end electronics: As cool as in-home movie theaters and other high-end electronic equipment may be, they usually throw off potential buyers who aren’t looking for these types of luxuries. Certain built-in technologies can also quickly become outdated.

12. Garage conversions: Some homeowners park in their driveways so they can renovate their garages into custom spaces like home gyms. However, many buyers actually want to park in their garages, not work on their lifting form.

13. Intricate landscaping: Unless the person buying your home is a landscaper who intends to maintain an intricate garden, costly outdoor decor will deter potential buyers. Keep gardens beautiful—but easy for upkeep.

The takeaway? Don’t over-personalize your living space! Keep it neutral and appeal to as many potential buyers as possible. If you’re putting you home on the market any time soon, don’t make these mistakes!

07/08/2019

If you are certain you will live in your house forever, skip this! If you think one day you will sell, read on!

Common Home ‘Renovations’ That Can Accidentally Lower A House’s Overall Value

By Ryan Unger

When it’s time to sell their house, a homeowner will want to do everything they can to increase its market value. Of course, they’re aiming to turn the best possible profit, so that means they’ll need to ensure their home is in pristine condition when realtors bring around potential buyers.

You’d think a home with all the latest bells and whistles would be a surefire target for buyers, but the truth is there are plenty of upgrades that actually decrease a home’s value—and therefore make it far less marketable than comparable listings. You’ll never guess some of the ways putting money into your home can actually work against you!

1. Extravagant light fixtures: While you might think adding dramatic touches to your home’s decor would make a listing more appealing, it can actually turn potential buyers away. If the light fixtures don’t match the style of the home, it can be a huge turn-off.

2. Wallpaper: Wallpaper is notoriously difficult to remove, and sometimes the choices in patterns can be a little too “in your face.” Instead of fancy designs, go with neutral paint instead. This allows the buyer to envision their own decorating—and it makes for an easier sale for you!

3. Textured walls: As with wallpaper, ornate textures on walls and ceilings can be a real pain to remove. Instead, check out textured wall decor; it’s far easier to remove, not to mention it’s usually cheaper.

4. Unique tiling: Many people have a tendency to lay down tiles that fit their own personal style, but chances are a potential buyer won’t have the same taste. Go with a traditional neutral floor and customize your space with a unique (and easy to remove) rug instead.

5. Carpeting: According to a study, 54 percent of homebuyers are willing to pay more for hardwood floors, which means homes with a lot of carpeting are less desirable. Carpets show their wear earlier, and colors and styles are usually based on personal preferences.

6. Bold paint: Bold and vibrant paint colors usually turn off potential buyers since the hues are limited to the current owner’s preference. Fortunately, repainting rooms is an easy and affordable fix—and it’s a worthy investment.

7. High-end kitchens: In 2015, the national average for a kitchen remodel was a little less than $60,000, but the resale value was only priced at $38,000. To avoid spending so much on a project that will cost you in the end, only focus on the aspects of a kitchen that truly need sprucing up.

8. Spa tubs: As awesome as a whirlpool tub is, it can be difficult to clean and sometimes hard to step into for some people… and that will deter buyers. A simpler walk-in shower appeals to more people looking to buy a home.

9. Home offices: Modern technology has allowed for more and more people to work from home, and they usually convert a bedroom into a personal work space. However, that can knock as much as 10 percent off a home’s value. If you have to use a bedroom, avoid bulky desks and shelving units so the room can easily be converted back.

10. Combining bedrooms: Combining two bedrooms that are next to each other to create a bigger room is perfectly fine for couples without children, but if they don’t plan on living there forever, the removal of one bedroom will knock down a home’s value.

11. High-end electronics: As cool as in-home movie theaters and other high-end electronic equipment may be, they usually throw off potential buyers who aren’t looking for these types of luxuries. Certain built-in technologies can also quickly become outdated.

12. Garage conversions: Some homeowners park in their driveways so they can renovate their garages into custom spaces like home gyms. However, many buyers actually want to park in their garages, not work on their lifting form.

13. Intricate landscaping: Unless the person buying your home is a landscaper who intends to maintain an intricate garden, costly outdoor decor will deter potential buyers. Keep gardens beautiful—but easy for upkeep.

The takeaway? Don’t over-personalize your living space! Keep it neutral and appeal to as many potential buyers as possible. If you’re putting you home on the market any time soon, don’t make these mistakes!

19613 Selby Avenue, Poolesville, MD 20837 is now new to the market!
07/08/2019
19613 Selby Avenue, Poolesville, MD 20837 is now new to the market!

19613 Selby Avenue, Poolesville, MD 20837 is now new to the market!

***COMING SOON***Totally UPDATED***NEW CUSTOM Gourmet Kitchen & Renovated MBR Bath will exceed your expectations***LOOK at the Stunning outdoor POOL/SPA and Living Spaces...truly a Private Oasis like NO Other!*Unmatched Attention to Detail both inside and out*Welcome to Poolesville...the BEST Kept C...

My staging job today😎 Stay tuned for this one to hit the market!
06/28/2019

My staging job today😎 Stay tuned for this one to hit the market!

Adorable town home just hit the market in Germantown! New paint, new carpet, updated bathrooms and kitchen. Redeemed Int...
06/21/2019
13606 Ambassador Dr, Germantown, MD 20874 - 2 beds/1.5 baths

Adorable town home just hit the market in Germantown! New paint, new carpet, updated bathrooms and kitchen. Redeemed Interiors loved working with these clients! Don't think this one will last too long!
https://www.redfin.com/MD/Germantown/13606-Ambassador-Dr-20874/home/10495170?fbclid=IwAR17bIlZN3WDZgG3IhoVTKYZKdvLRZs3EJYIiR95T0ouFgE1nEvH6DvKkWE

(BRIGHT MLS) For Sale: 2 beds, 1.5 baths ∙ 1069 sq. ft. ∙ 13606 Ambassador Dr, Germantown, MD 20874 ∙ $264,900 ∙ MLS# MDMC665326 ∙ Townhouse style condo in Germantown for under $300k! Walk across the parking l...

Lovely home that was a joy to stage!
06/20/2019

Lovely home that was a joy to stage!

Am I the only one that goes on vacation to the beach & comes home with a new lamp? 😎
06/17/2019

Am I the only one that goes on vacation to the beach & comes home with a new lamp? 😎

Another gem in a great well- established Poolesville neighborhood. Redeemed Interiors was happy to stage it!
06/15/2019
Video Tour - 19812 Spurrier Avenue, Poolesville, MD 20837

Another gem in a great well- established Poolesville neighborhood. Redeemed Interiors was happy to stage it!

***OPEN SATURDAY 12-2 PM***CHARMING Split Colonial with a beautiful UPDATED Kitchen***Stainless Steel Appliances***Hardwoods main level***NEW HVAC & ROOF***Updated Windows and Baths***Beautifully maintained and upgraded***This home is located on a quiet off-street in the HEART of Poolesville! Walk e...

17300 Hughes Road, Poolesville, MD 20837 is now new to the market!
06/14/2019
17300 Hughes Road, Poolesville, MD 20837 is now new to the market!

17300 Hughes Road, Poolesville, MD 20837 is now new to the market!

What a GEM***UPDATED Kitchen and Baths...NEW Carpet throughout***Updated Windows***BEAUTIFUL Screened PORCH over looking an separately fenced IN-GROUND POOL***Truly an outdoor vacation....there is a covered area off the separately fenced pool and into a pool area/bar area perfect for entertaining!**...

Never needed a vacation more... 8 properties in 10 days and a year's worth of health issues... The ocean restores my sou...
06/13/2019

Never needed a vacation more... 8 properties in 10 days and a year's worth of health issues... The ocean restores my soul

04/23/2019
Beautiful day to stage a beautiful house in Olney. Full tour to post tomorrow! Spoiler alert: GORGEOUS!
04/11/2019

Beautiful day to stage a beautiful house in Olney. Full tour to post tomorrow! Spoiler alert: GORGEOUS!

Sunday @ NYC Restoration Hardware is amazing...
03/17/2019

Sunday @ NYC Restoration Hardware is amazing...

GAIL LEE HOMES Long & Foster Realtors
03/16/2019

GAIL LEE HOMES Long & Foster Realtors

I absolutely agree! ❤️ Redeemed Interiors’s Eleanor Bateman is my Team Stager who takes it to a whole NEW Level!
❤️✅ I work Hard with her pre-listing to position everyone of my home’s to OUTSHINE all the competition!
This helps us bring STRONGER PRICES for our Sellers while reducing days on the market! It’s not too early to begin...whether you are moving this year or in a few years...ask us how we can help begin the process! ❤️🏡
#GailLeeHomes
#RedeemedInterior
#GetYourHomeReadyfortheMarket
#StagingYourHometoSell

Ran across this today. Something I put together many years ago when I changed my business name from When Pigs Fly Home R...
11/30/2018

Ran across this today. Something I put together many years ago when I changed my business name from When Pigs Fly Home Redesign to Redeemed Interiors. Still love it! Thanks to all my clients over the years!

Kitchen update done! Although I did a face lift when I moved in 12 years ago, my small 45 year old galley-style kitchen ...
09/20/2018

Kitchen update done! Although I did a face lift when I moved in 12 years ago, my small 45 year old galley-style kitchen was due for an update! I'm thrilled with the results and I did it in 13 days (not counting lots of research done before demo) and on a budget. My favorite parts are the deep drawers with tons of storage & the painted brick backsplash. I may have to cook something!
#geappliances
#brayandscarff
#cabinets.com

08/27/2018

My kitchen update:
- Old appliances sold! I am surviving with a cooler; like camping but with AC! Cabinet demo scheduled for Tuesday Sept 4 to be followed by new cabinets going in. After an EXHAUSTIVE search (both brick & mortar stores and on-line) I have finally found the perfect hardware for my cabinets. I wanted to share a few great on-line sites with you in case you are looking for cabinet hardware. One is knobdeals.com and the other is knobbrands.com. Both sites offer nice lines of hardware at least half off the prices you'll find at Lowes and Home Depot. But I was searching for a unique matching combination of knobs, regular drawer pulls and large drawer pulls for my new drawer base with 33" drawers. And I found them at decorglamour.com! I can't wait for them to arrive! I'll keep you posted!

For 14 years I've been helping clients update their spaces. My turn! Kitchen cabinets have arrived! Stay tuned for befor...
08/20/2018

For 14 years I've been helping clients update their spaces. My turn! Kitchen cabinets have arrived! Stay tuned for before & afters!

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