Fair WindsBeach Style Entry, Providence
Photo Credit: Robin Ivy Photography http://www.robynivy.com/
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The Orkney chair originally provided a place to sit near the hearth; its high back blocked cold drafts while enveloping its occupant in the heat from the fire. Thus, it's also referred to sometimes as the Orkney warming chair. Function determined its form at first, but the chair is now used to add character and texture to well-appointed rooms. Once a very short chair that was closer to the fire but past the sooty air, it has evolved over the years.
It's pretty standard to take a photo from the front door into the entry, right? But try taking a shot of the entry from the interior toward the front door and open the door, as in this photo. It's much more interesting and may be a better vantage point.I'd love to hear your tips for creating great photos for real estate listings. How did you take photos when selling your home? What's your opinion on the use of a fish-eye lens for this kind of photography?
Use tile in high-traffic zones. Unlike wood floors (or carpeting), tile stands up well to rough treatment for many years without showing signs of wear. Entryways, mudrooms, halls and stairs can all benefit from this hardworking flooring.