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I know you said you didn't want a realtor but I do know someone who is good. Her name is Pam Hunt and she is with William E. Wood.
Otherwise I would check out interior designers. They could make suggestions and outline some finer details that could help you stage your home.
In the meantime start packing away those personal momentos and pictures. Clear and clean the walls. Go with a neutral paint color throughout the house. Oyster by Behr is a classic. Start getting rid of clutter. If you haven't worn it in 3 years or used it in 5....pitch it. Depending on how long you have lived in your home the accumulation of "things" could be tremendous. Donate your unwanted and unused to a thrift store. It is tax deductible. Get appliances off the counters in the kitchen. Buyers want to imagine "their" things sitting there. Get rid of heavy drapes and go with sheers consistent throughout the house. Make rooms look larger by chucking some furniture. Sell it or put it in storage until you have moved. How is the floor? Carpet removed may reveal beautiful hardwoods that are in high demand right now. Pets? Get someone to come give you the "sniff" test. We grow acustomed to the smell of our house and might not recognize pet stinkies. Make everything shine by cleaning thoroughly, and let in the light. Bright rooms are inviting. Dark rooms are depressing. These things will give you a head start and clear your mind for some good ides. Good luck with your interior designer.
I have lost count of how many kitchens I have remodeled and I prefer Brushed Stainless Steel sinks. Polished will show scratched more and with the brushed finish if you wipe with the grain with a milld scrub pad and an old time product called Bar Keepers Friend the look good almost forever. If you have any concerns about scratches in the bottom you can use a grid when needed, most sink manufacturers make them for their sinks. You say you have stains in a solid surface siink and it is probably the older generation. The newer ones have a high stone content to the mix and are less prone to this but I still prefer stainless.
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I never heard from her again, despite repeated attempts to contact her. I am stuck with a useless $800 medicine cabinet.
I would not use her services again.
Work proceeded with a crew of 5 people. The first day (only) everything was covered with plastic as she had promised.. My ceiling is streaked in my family room (it appears latex paint was used in spots on the ceiling. When I pointed this out to her she said she couldn't see it, so she said. I recently had replaced carpeting with a dark wood look tile, they were messy, leaving paint drips and smudges all over my new floor especially in the kitchen where they had repainted my cabinets white. At my insisting, they did re-grout the title. They would have preferred to put white caulk all along the edges of my new floor. The paint in the kitchen is streaked with some areas missed. The asked that I approve of the job they did before the paint was even dry...I did point out some areas but told them I could not approve the painting before it dried. With 5 people working in all these areas there was no control over quality!!! I did ask her to send a crew of two or three early on to which she refused.
My double doors on the front of my house were sanded and left rough, then stained. At this point I asked them to stop! I plan to have these redone by reputable painters.
I like the texture done on my wall, except there were air bubbles in a couple of spots.
They were to patch holes and texture where obselete intercom was removed...these areas will have to be redone. They sprayed once but the texture does not blend in with the rest of the wall.
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