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The John Hall Home that will be available for delivery in early Fall is really coming along. Not only is the home amazing—a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home with 3,591 square feet, a 3 car side-load garage, and a Country French exterior with stone detailing—but the wood work details on the interior will wow your family and guests.
Check out some of the wood work details that are already impressive during the construction phase. Click the photos to see the full, large view:
The home is being built in the beautiful Graystone neighborhood of Highland Woods in Elgin, Illinois for $479,000. Make an appointment to visit Highland Woods today to have the opportunity to learn more about this home and view the homesite. Hurry in! There’s still time to make your own selections for options and upgrades!
As summer heats up, many are coordinating their housing décor to warm up as well. Often in the winter, homes become bland and “wintery.” Let the light in with some of these easy ways from the Chicago Tribune to “summerize” your home!
Use Lots of colors. Turquoise and yellow are two great colors for summer, especially when paired with gray or brown.
Change your throw pillows. Simply switching your throw pillows as you would your wardrobe is an easy way to liven up a room. Consider using both background pillows and punctuation pillows with more patterns to them.
Rearrange. Moving your furniture around will help keep your home looking fresh. Not only is it a great opportunity …
When decorating your home, one important place to keep in mind is your home’s high spaces. The extra space that is above tall bookcases, kitchen cabinets, and built-in ledges are often overlooked; however, these high spaces, if decorated properly, can add additional warmth and dimension to your home. We’ve summarized this article from tampabay.com to help you do the most with those hard to reach nooks.
Layering. One way to add visual interest to your home’s decor is to use the layering technique. Above furniture like bookcases, secretaries, hutches, and armoires, layer a couple of pieces of artwork of varying sizes. Start by leaning the largest piece of art against the wall, and then layering the rest of the art forward.
Use Seasonal Décor. Another idea is to utilize seasonal decor, placing it in those empty spaces. Find a great bowl or basket, then arrange seasonal accents inside and rest on top …