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Homeowners ‘jab’ at anti-vaxxers with grim Halloween displays

One Twitter user showcased a series of human skulls situated next to front-yard gravestones inscribed with epitaphs such as, "Trusted Ivermectin more than science."
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Halloween, New York Post, Design, Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, News Brief, Tiktok, Coronavirus, COVID

Homeowners ‘jab’ at anti-vaxxers with divisive Halloween displays

One Twitter user showcased a series of human skulls situated next to front-yard gravestones inscribed with epitaphs such as, "Trusted Ivermectin more than science."
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Halloween, New York Post, Design, Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, News Brief, Tiktok, Coronavirus, COVID

The new design style your clients need to know about

Japandi design is a sensation, in more ways than one. Not only is it a popular look, but it’s a particular feeling of serenity, simplicity and comfort.
Tags: Sponsored, Radio, Agent, Sotheby's, Interior Design, Luxury Real Estate, Japandi, Leading in Luxury, Sponsored Sections, Chantel Mehrabanian, Michelle St. Clair

9 tips to transition into seasonal decor buyers will fall for

Although the temp might still be high outside, now's the time to start thinking ahead about creating warm spaces for fall. Whether you're going all out with staging or giving clients some advice, here are a few fall decorating tips to celebrate the season.
Tags: Autumn, Fall, Design, Lifestyle, Service, Season, Radio, Agent, Seasonal, Cozy, Select, Fall Decor, Antoinette Fargo, Fall tips

7 open-shelving design concepts to inspire your decor

Open shelving is more than just a fleeting trend. When done right, it can really imbue a home with some much-needed style and personality while saving space. Here are a few fresh and creative ways to put this concept to good use.
Tags: Design, Home Decor, Home Improvement, Lifestyle, Service, Radio, Agent, Columns, Minimalist, Decor, Shelf, Brokerage, Select, Open Shelving, Maximalist, Antoinette Fargo

Homeowners are obsessed with bringing the outside in: Houzz

Houzz's latest emerging trends report shows how homeowners are leaning into a pandemic-inspired renovation boom with luxurious living rooms and backyards.
Tags: Design, Lifestyle, Radio, Houzz, Design Trends, House Plants, Blended Spaces, Backyard Renovation, Houzz Emerging Home Design Trends, Living Room Trends, Multi-functional Furniture, Quarantine Design

Take inspiration from these award-winning office designs

Leading Real Estate Companies of the World celebrates amazing offices with its annual award for Most Innovative Office Design, recognizing members from its global network of 550 firms that have excelled in this area.
Tags: Sponsored, Radio, Interior Design, Brokerage, Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, Real Estate Companies of the World, Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate, Commercial Office Design, M Real Estate

Habitat for Humanity is building a 3D-printed home in Arizona

In the midst of the race to solve an acute affordable housing crisis in Arizona, Habitat for Humanity is placing its bet on 3D printing.
Tags: Design, Technology, Radio, 3d Printing, Arizona, Affordability, Industry News, 3d Printed Homes, Arizona real estate, Arizona Habitat for Humanity

Amid housing shortage, investors double down on prefab startups

Construction startups have raised $1.5 billion since the start of this year as builders rush to address the shortage, according to Crunchbase.
Tags: Design, Radio, Crunchbase, Investors, Prefab, Housing Shortage, Modular Homes, Markets & Economy, VEEV, Prefabrication, Prescient

Staging and marketing company Guest House raises $3M

Guest House offers homesellers high-touch staging services that include a interior designer working directly with a number of national and local home furnishing retailers
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Software, Radio, Venture Capital, Interior Design, Seed Funding, Open House, Guest House, Select, News Brief, Selling a House, Staging, Startup Companies, Virtual Staging, Listing Marketing

10 of the most luxurious log cabins on the market

While many of us still associate log cabins with going off the grid, the modern reality is often much more luxurious and expensive.
Tags: Design, Listings, Radio, Luxury,, Log Cabins, Luxury Lens, Becky Bracken, Log Mansions

What real estate agents need to know about slab foundations

Most houses in the U.S. are built on foundations below grade, but agents should be educated on all types of foundations, including slabs, to be able to answer any buyer questions. Let's break down what a slab foundation is and why it can be a smart choice.
Tags: Design, Service, Radio, Agent, Select, New Construction, Foundations, Gerard Splendore, Building Basics, Slab Foundations

The best decks in America are ready for summer

The winners of the 2020 North American Deck Competition may just inspire a warm weather backyard renovation thanks to wow-worthy designs that feature pools, colored lights, sunken fire pits and much more.
Tags: Design, Lifestyle, America, Radio, News Brief, North American Deck And Railing Association

17 Design Flaws That Will Make You Scratch Your Head

So we’ve had Footpath Failures, Footpath Failures Continued, Bathroom Fails, 10 Home Inspection Nightmares and finally 17 Design Flaws. Can it get worse? Source: If you enjoyed this post you’ll certainly enjoy these other ‘Just For Fun’ posts!
Tags: Design, Funny, Fail, Radio, Just For Fun, Flaw

The 3 design features buyers are prioritizing in 2021

The perfect house has it all. That said, there are a range of trends and styles that have surged to the top of must-have lists in today’s luxury real estate market.
Tags: Sponsored, Radio, Agent, Sotheby's, Interior Design, Luxury Real Estate, Leading in Luxury, Sponsored Sections, Realogics Sotheby's International Realty, Venture Sothebys International Realty, Clark Niemeyer, Doreen Trudeau

These dollhouses cost more than a typical home in Indiana

While $200,000 won't get you a single-family home in most parts of California, it can buy a very elaborate dollhouse on Instagram.
Tags: Design, Instagram, California, Lifestyle, Indiana, Radio, Luxury, Dollhouses, Architectural Digest, Cheap Old Houses, Chris Toledo, Nutshell News

Supernatural stairway found on Zillow sends social media aflutter

Known as "witches stairs," a type of staircase sometimes seen in old New England homes, has been making the rounds on social media.
Tags: Facebook, Design, Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Zillow, New England, Reuters, News Brief, Fine Homebuilding, Samir Mezrahi, Zillow Gone Wild, Laurie McDonel Sipe, Scott Schuttner

5 work-from-home interior design trends on the rise

Top-performing luxury agents offer a closer look at what buyers are seeking, what sellers should be staging and the interior design trends to watch this year.
Tags: Sponsored, Radio, Agent, Interior Design, Sotheby's International Realty, Daniel Gale, Leading in Luxury, Sponsored Sections, Mott & Chace Sotheby's International Realty, Donna Conway, Los Feliz Brokerage, Mia Cottet, Wendy Wenger

Ikea is selling tiny homes now — and, phew, no assembly required

In a partnership with Vox Creative and Wisconsin-based tiny home and RV builder ESCAPE, the furniture giant revealed a 187-square-foot tiny home.
Tags: Design, Technology, Lifestyle, Radio, Ikea, Wisconsin, Escape, News Brief, Tiny Home Project, Vox Creative

California’s Red Oak Realty launches home improvement service

Enhance will do up to $40,000 worth of staging and repairs to a home before it hits the market. Sellers don't pay for the work until the sale closes.
Tags: Design, Repairs, California, Home Improvement, Radio, Redfin, Bay Area, Brokerage, Home Repair, Enhance, Red Oak Realty, Vanessa Bergmark, Jennifer Montague Clark, The Home Co

Here’s the home design trend homeowners regret the most

Trends come and go, and it's time to ditch industrial design according to UK-based platform HomeNow's latest homeowner survey.
Tags: UK, Design, Home Decor, Lifestyle, Radio, Interior Design, Home Design Trends, 2021 Home Design Trends, HomeNow, Industrial Home Design

Tobias Barrios is bringing art and real estate together to draw out the energy and love in his listings

Tobias Barrios studied art for years as a child in Venezuela, but now as a Coldwell Banker agent in Miami, he's seamlessly incorporating it into his real estate career.
Tags: Energy, Art, Marketing, Radio, Miami, Agent, Venezuela, Open House, Home Design, Coldwell Banker, Select, Staging, Agent Marketing, Agent Appreciation Month, AgentPlus, Theme-month-202101

What real estate agents should know about closets

Armoires, walk-ins, built-ins and storage systems — there are a myriad of ways we store our belongings. Here’s what sets them apart, and how their design and purpose have evolved over the years.
Tags: Design, Storage, Radio, Agent, Closet, Closets, Select, Gerard Spelndore

The good, bad and ugly of owning a historic home amid the pandemic

What homes are optimal for living and working through stay-at-home orders and social distancing? It may depend on lifestyle and what a buyer is willing to put up with.
Tags: Florida, Design, Windows, New York City, Lifestyle, Radio, Idaho, Fires, New Homes, Agent, Rhode Island, Minimalist Design, Boise, Newport, Hudson Valley, The Corcoran Group

Yes, Santa’s house now has a 3D tour on Zillow

The online marketplace updated its listing for Santa's house — off market, of course — with a 3D tour for anyone itching for a glimpse of St. Nick's home when he's not busy on the job.
Tags: Design, Listings, Christmas, Lifestyle, Radio, Santa Claus, Santa, Zillow, St Nick, Jeremy Wacksman, Fireplaces, 3d Tours, Celebrity Listings, Christmas Staging, The North Pole

Historic Charleston Greek Revival once occupied by JFK lists for $4.4M

John F. Kennedy lived at 48 South Battery for a few months while stationed at the Charleston Navy Yard in 1942.
Tags: Design, Listings, Radio, Luxury, John F. Kennedy, Civil War, Jfk, Charleston, Courtyard, Wine Cellar, Luxury Listings, Outdoor Kitchen, Fireplaces, Maison Real Estate, Mary Lou Wertz, Outdoor Entertaining Areas

Why tiny homes are booming during the pandemic

While some Americans see appeal in adopting a more efficient and affordable way of living during a time of economic uncertainty, others see tiny homes as an opportunity for an office or investment property.
Tags: Design, Lifestyle, Remote Work, Analysis, Radio, Tiny Houses, Remote Working, Tiny Homes, Energy Efficient Home, Affordable Homes, Home Offices, Select, Investment Properties, Small Business Owners, Coronavirus, COVID-19

6 kitchen layouts every agent should know 

An agent who's able to visualize the potential of a kitchen can help buyers in improving and upgrading existing spaces. To do that, you have to know these basic kitchen layouts.
Tags: Kitchen, Design, Service, Radio, Agent, Galley Kitchen, Kitchen Design, Brokerage, Select, Kitchen Layouts, Gerard Splendore, Kitchen Plan, L-shaped kitchen, One-wall kitchen, U-shaped kitchen

Grandmillenial? Japandi? 7 home design trends to usher in 2021

From bold wallpapers to colorful kitchens and international-inspired style, designers share their favorite home design trends for 2021.
Tags: Lifestyle, Radio, Interior Design, Hgtv, Forbes, Home Design, Kitchen Design, Select, Home Design Trends, Japandi, Veranda Magazine, 2021 Color Of The Year, Cottagecore, Grandmillennial Style, Home Design Trends 2021

In Praise Of Classical Music Radio

Radio in particular – and Portland’s All Classical in particular. There’s a lot of media nowadays, and a lot of choices to make – perhaps too many. “Radio cuts through all that. You make one decision – tune to a station – and then passively take in whatever it has to offer. Maybe it’s a bunch of Haydn or Mingus, maybe it’s an hour of spooky Irish music, maybe it’s interviews with local composers you’ve never heard of playing music composed by kids who go to school with yours.” – Oregon ArtsWatc...
Tags: Art, Music, Oregon, Radio, Portland, Haydn, 11.27.20

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