Quick (and Affordable) Updates For Home Sale

home front door updated for resale

When the time comes to put your home on the market, you obviously want to get the best return on your investment. While you may not be in a place to do a complete remodel or redesign, there are a few tricks of the trade from home staging that yield tangible results for your home value and increase likelihood of finding a buyer. According to a survey by Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corp, staged homes spent half the time on the market than non-staged homes and sold for more than 6 percent above the asking price. So, before you put up your for sale sign, consider these three tips! Read More

The Art of Mastering the Perfect Before & After Photo

After putting your time and effort into a DIY project, there’s no doubt you’ll want to share the outcome. How do you make sure everyone knows just how amazing it looks? Snapping a picture! A series of before and after photos can be all the inspiration someone else needs to get started on a home project. It will also make you feel incredibly accomplished with your final result! The only problem is that sometimes photos don’t perfectly translate what we see in real life, which is why putting a little extra time and effort into taking the perfect picture will work to your benefit. Here are a few things to keep in mind before taking the ideal shot of your newly framed mirror! Read More

Add A Frame® – DIY Without the Hassle

annie reeves completed frame diy project

When it comes to tying up the final details for a decorative home, there’s more to it than just the mirror in your bathroom. One recent customer, a lifestyle blogger in Charleston, found a creative way to use Frame My Mirror to display some of her favorite keepsakes and turn them into wall art. This is just another way you can add final touches to your home with the help of a simple frame! Read More

Preventative Measures: Keeping Black Mirror Edges at Bay

fog causing black mirror edges

If you’re a mirror owner, you’ve likely had your fair share of black edges creep up along the outskirts of your bathroom’s focal point. This can quickly downgrade the aesthetic of your bathroom and leave you wondering how this happened in the first place, and of course, how you can go about fixing it. Believe it or not, this is simply a chemical reaction that often occurs as a result of your bathrooms most common companion: moisture. So, how can you try to prevent this from damaging your mirror? Invest in the right action steps! Read More