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8. Clear all exterior pathways of snow and ice. Nothing will turn away potential buyers faster than a treacherously icy path. Open-house guests should be able to easily walk all the way around the house and access outbuildings. Provide as much off-street (snow-cleared) parking as you can to make things
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Summer Lake House
seasonal pleasures. Sit down now and make a big list of all of the summery things you want to do this year, whether big (camp by a lake) or small (make ice cream).More ways to enjoy life’s simple pleasures
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
Between the ice and water on the door and the C-channel pulls, this panel-front built-in side-by-side is not trying to conceal its identity. The chalkboard panels are a nice alternative to stainless steel, alleviating fingerprint worries for the busy family who uses it.
Susan Teare, Professional Photographer
and where the snow sheds. Keep children and pets away from shedding areas, as a snowpack from a roof is quite heavy and dangerous. Also, note where ice has formed on the ground — it’s slippery and dangerous.
Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
These window treatments look just like the stripes in a box of Breyer's ice cream, and create a vibrant backdrop for the more subdued furniture in the room. The floral pattern on the host and hostess chairs add just the right
Beth Dotolo, ASID, RID, NCIDQ
Modern Craftsman - Dallas, TX
Use beautiful furniture: This vanity is a piece of furniture that would work well in any room of the house, and the drawer pulls are the icing on the cake.
5. Who says a reading haven needs to be indoors? Hang an old-fashioned hammock complete with a quaint country set-up (ice tea compulsory).
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
on staggered levels. At the forefront we see the bar fridge and sink with a handy flexible tap while a nifty built-in nook behind it stores drinks on ice, while at the rear we see a cooktop on the elongated bench with backless stools for guests to perch on.