Berkeley Hills residence - Cheryl Burke Interior DesignContemporary Living Room, San Francisco
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What Houzz contributors are saying:
2. Eliminate food and pet odors. Whether you’re a cat lover or a gourmand, you may no longer notice the odors from pets or cooked food in your home. But for a potential buyer, these smells are at the very least distracting, and in some cases may even be offensive. Remember, buyers are there to view your home and — hopefully — to imagine themselves living in it. You don’t want them focusing on any unwanted odors. To gauge whether such odors are noticeable in your home, ask a friend whom you can trust to tell you the truth.
This friendly pup has plenty of room to maneuver in a contemporary, art-filled Berkeley, California, living room by Cheryl Burke Interior Design.Wall paint: Seattle Mist, Benjamin Moore; painting above sofa: Deborah Paswaters; dining room painting: Harry by Rebecca Whipple Silverstein; Charles sofa: B&B Italia; floor lamp: Christian Liaigre