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UNFURNISHED? When the decision comes to buying or selling real estate, there’s
always the question: furnished or un-furnished? As an interior
designer for over 35 years, I have seen more and more over the past
10 years that the majority of buyers like to purchase furnished real
estate. Whether it’s the ease of bringing just your personal belongings
or the hassle-free convenience of not having to spend endless hours
looking for furniture, artwork, greenery accessories and outdoor
pieces. There’s a luxury to having a renowned interior design firm,
like Interiors by Steven G., create the design and installation for you.
Selling a piece of property is so much easier when the potential buyer
walks through the door and the first thing they say is “Wow, this is
so beautiful!” The ability for the buyer or renter to see what they can
have right away with no work is priceless. Interiors by Steven G offers
the ability of luxury turnkey interior design and affordable luxury
living at every budget and for every style with NOW by Steven G.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Designer Steven G heads a
multi-talented interior design
firm able to function for all type
of buyers. The main showroom at
Interiors by Steven G. is 100,000
sq. ft. and encompasses residential
and contract furnishings at many
price points; InteriorsByStevenG.
While home is a stable place in our lives, the house itself
is constantly evolving. The following are some emerging
materials, strategies and concepts to keep us cutting-edge.
TEX T BY STACY W YNN
Stainless steel no longer has to
look…well…stainless steel. Black
stainless is taking its place in the
kitchen, bathroom and garage.
Think of it as a little black dress
for the home.
Size 12” x 24” tiles have been
the rage for a while now. Top
manufacturers such as Ann Sacks
saw that as a challenge and are
now doing sizes up to 31” x 71” —
or almost 3’ x 6’. It’s a great way to make a big impact.
FORMAL DINING ROOMS
Everything that’s old becomes new
again, such as the formal dining
room. These elegant entertaining
spaces refuse to give way to the
ubiquitous media room or do
double-duty as a home office.