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Monthly Archives: August 2016

    The 6 Best Things About Buying a House in the Fall

    By Kyle Barber | August 29, 2016

    Have you been dabbling with the idea of a new house? Autumn may be the new ideal time to buy. For the first time in recent history, October surpassed June as the most popular month to get married. And these autumn-loving brides may be on to something: Although the spring months are notoriously the best time... Read More

    Shiplap Siding: Creative Ways to Take Wood Paneling Way Beyond Walls

    By Kyle Barber | August 22, 2016

    Wood paneling is having a major moment and it’s a clean, classic, and affordable feature for walls. If you love what the look has to offer, check out all the other ways you can take it beyond that one surface.   Source: Source: Apartment Therapy Read More

    Bring Home the Gold

    By Kyle Barber | August 11, 2016

    You may not be going to Rio for the summer games, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take home the gold, silver, or bronze. Look for fixtures and finishes that use these classic metallics to give any room an instant upgrade. Go for home design glory and make your house shine year-round. Gold Standard A timeless... Read More

    House Tour: 6321 Sligo Parkway | Hyattsville | Maryland | 20782

    By Kyle Barber | August 3, 2016

      Charming 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom Cape Cod in a great location near schools, parks, trails, shopping, and restaurants. Perfect for new families or first time buyers. I love the upstairs bedroom and adorable bathroom. This character-filled home is recently renovated with new cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, fresh paint, new energy efficient windows, beautiful hardwood... Read More

    An Ode To Air Conditioners

    By Kyle Barber | August 2, 2016

        Summer is when the days stretch like sleepy cats in the sun and everything seems to slow down to a lazy crawl. Everything, that is, except our much loved, oft-forgotten, and most neglected friend, our air conditioning unit. When temperatures are this high, it is hard to image doing much more than sitting... Read More