We understand that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why our team of highly-seasoned real estate professionals is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for all of our clients. We take great pride in the relationships we build and always work relentlessly on the client’s behalf to help them achieve their real estate goals.
Staying on top of the
latest trends in home decor isn’t for everyone, but even for traditionalists,
it can be fun to incorporate some innovative ideas. Here are 5-bathroom decor
trends that are appearing in 2017.
1.Geometric Patterns: Many homeowners are selecting
bold patterns in geometric shapes, like chevrons, triangles, or hexagons. These
patterns can add intrigue and continuity to your tile or shower curtain.
2.Plants: Even the best-designed bathrooms can
benefit from some small plants. If you have a windowless bathroom, there are
some low-light options that can survive with little maintenance.
3.Dark Colors: This can be tricky to achieve, but
it comes with a big pay off. While traditional bathrooms are often painted with
brighter whites and greys, opting for darker colors can make a bathroom seem
more luxurious and relaxing. Imagine sinking into a deep bath with dim
lighting—that might convey the appeal of a darker palette.
4.Brass Hardware: Trends often come back around,
and this year, brass fixtures of the ‘70s are popular once again.
5.Minimalism: The massive master bathroom is still
great, but there’s also some appeal in smaller bathroom designs. Minimalism
allows for smaller spaces to feel more intimate, but still airy and open.
Questions to ask
your home inspector
When you buy a home, you need to know exactly what
you're buying. Imagine how frustrated you'd be to find out that the hot water
heater wasn't working-in the middle of a shower! Therefore you should have a
home inspection before you buy your home. A home inspection is an important
part of buying your home. Before you hire a home inspector, ask candidates a
few questions to make sure you hire a trustworthy inspector.
1. What does your inspection cover? Not all
inspections are the same. Ask for copies of previous home inspections so you can see
exactly what they will check inside the home. If you are concerned about
something specific, like a leaky faucet in the bathroom, mention that to the
inspector so they can check it out.
2. Are you licensed or certified? If you live in a state that
licenses home inspectors, ask to see their license. At the very least, choose a
home inspector who belongs to American Society of Home Inspectors.
This shows a level of professionalism and education that you can trust.
3. What kind of report will you give me? You should expect a
written report detailing what the inspector found. Most inspectors will give
you a typed report within a week of the inspection. Make sure the inspector
will be available to explain anything on the report that doesn't make sense to
4. Will I be able to attend the inspection? If the inspector
refuses to let you be present during the home inspection, find someone else.
This is your chance to know exactly what you are buying and what potential repairs you or the seller will have to
As your real estate agent, I will
guide you through the home buying process. Let us help you find your new home.
Call me today at 206.794.2159 | 206.200.1984 or email me at Info@thinkfrink.com
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