I’ve missed a couple weeks in the Charlotte Moves series because of summer travel, but I’m back! And today I’m partnering with CORT Furniture Rental to discuss staging a bit more. I shared some of my tips for staging a home a few weeks ago HERE, but I can’t impress upon you how important it is that your home looks appealing and inviting to a potential buyer.
A few weeks ago, a friend asked for some help redecorating her daughter’s room. The full reveal is coming up in a few weeks, but today I wanted to share a furniture makeover I tackled for the space. Storage was a big priority for the small room and the little girl didn’t have a good dresser, so I thrifted one at the Restore for $50. But it needed some TLC…
My shed is just about my most favorite place ever. It was falling apart when we bought the house so our contractor reinforced the structure, and altered the front slightly to give us a central door and two symmetrical windows. I built window boxes to add a little warmth, but I wanted to build some benches to flank the doors.
Road trips were part of my childhood and I remember loading up on penny candy, books-on-tape, and pencil and paper to keep track of all the license plates I saw… my kids aren’t quite there yet, so it takes a bit of planning to get them all organized and out the door for a 5-hour car ride! I follow the same steps every time we travel, and it makes our life SO much easier.