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Google Analytics tells that you guys really enjoy getting expert advice from us. So to keep you happy, we reached out to our listeners via the last podcast, our newsletter, Facebook and Instagram asking for your latest challenges!! So let’s dive in.
A. Vicki in Marietta: How do I determine what size rug to put under a bed?
B. Trudy in Woodstock:
i. What are the best investments to get our house sold for top dollar?
ii. What will appeal to the most buyers?
iii. What upgrades are people looking for most?
iv. I am banned for choosing colors. I’m really horrible at it. Do you guys have a service for color challenged humans?
C. Nancy in Acworth: I want to replace/update the light fixture in my entry. The area is 8’x8’ and is two stories high. My house is 30 years old. What should I buy?
D. Nancy again: My daughter just moved into a home with old, small kitchen cabinets. She would like to get them painted to update the kitchen and have a matching island build for storage. She doesn’t have a bucket of money. Who should she contact?
E. Sandra in Kennesaw: How do you design around a laundry room with multiple kids, pets and sport activities?
F. Sarah in Marietta: Would it take away from the value of our home if we did a small built in bench and table in our current breakfast room area and extended our small island vs. having a breakfast nook?
Vicki in Cumming: How do you create a flow of different types of rugs in an open floor plan so that it doesn’t look chaotic?