They were even planning to build a separate mother-in-law apartment on the property to help lure family to Austin.
A fun new trend is to add wallpaper (or removable wallpaper) to the stair risers to add a punch of personality to a staircase!
It’s obviously not easy to decorate your stairs, so this is a great way to add some color, pattern, and even function, to your stairs!
For as little as $5,000, you should be able to add a new suite of appliances, as well as a new countertop and flooring, resulting in a fresh, coordinated look.
Applying a fresh coat of paint to the walls or cabinets, and updating the hardware, can also breath new life into the space.
New engineered wood floors replaced the mishmash of linoleum tiles and musty, high-maintenance carpeting.
Outside, they removed the asbestos siding and installed durable, no-paint fiber cement.
For the latest spin on stainless, look for new versions of black stainless steel from Kitchen Aid, LG, and Samsung, each with a softer, less reflective finish but the same cachet as the original. Engineered from stone chips, resins, and pigments, quartz has started to challenge granite and marble as the go-to material in higher-end kitchens.
It shrugged off heat, scratches, cuts, and stains in our tests, and it requires none of the upkeep of comparably priced natural stones.
“If we could have picked up that house and brought it with us, we would have,” Jennifer says.
Lorella Martin of Redfin, an online real estate brokerage, was the Harmeses’ listing agent; she set the asking price at 0,000.
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