NJ Home Staging and Redesign staged this gracious and classic historical Hartshorn home in Short Hills. After refinishing the hardwood floors, careful consideration was given to the paint color selection to bring out the beauty of the rooms. All were selected from Benjamin Moore’s Historical Color Selection. Rental furniture was supplied by CORT and the accessories were supplied by NJ Home Staging and Redesign.
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Visit our latest vacant staging located at 323 Doremus Avenue in Glen Rock, New Jersey. This totally renovated home features hardwood floors, stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite counter tops, Anderson windows, and a finished lower level, just to name a few. For additional information and to view the property, contact Nicholas Tselepis of Nicholas Real Estate at (973) 340-1107.
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The Real Estate Staging Association® (RESA®) is the international trade association for professional real estate stagers and redesigners. This bedroom, designed by Angela Gagauf, was selected as one of the top 10 redesigns of 2013 in North America.
A chandelier that’s not big enough can make a room feel smaller.
A good guideline is to measure the room’s length and width and add those numbers together. Then use that number for the diameter, substituting “inches” for “feet”. So if your room is 12 feet by 18 feet, you should look for a chandelier with a diameter of at least 30 inches.
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What do you think of when you hear the color “gray”? Was your first thought the hot, steamy best selling trilogy, “50 Shades of Grey” by E. L. James?
I know, it’s hard to believe, but there are other hot things happening in the world of “gray”. While you were busy reading, the color gray became the trendy color of choice. From fashion to interiors (and yes, book titles, too), gray is all the rage! It’s the new neutral and when used properly in interior design, it creates amazing spaces.
The new grays are not the dull, concrete hues of the past. A mix between black and white, gray is by definition a neutral. But its varying shades, from light dove to dark charcoal, make this hue extremely versatile. Gray is the perfect foil for virtually every color but you have to watch the undertones.
Properly identifying undertones ensures the paint colors you select will live harmoniously together. Improperly identifying undertones ensures the paint colors you select will fight each other.
Gray basically has three undertones – blue, green, and purple. And there are shades of gray that are close to taupe which is generally described as gray and beige combined. Note the various undertones below.
Benjamin Moore Shades of Gray Collection
Benjamin Moore Revere Pewter HC-172
Benjamin Moore Stonington Gray HC-170
Stair riser, trim and wainscoting
Benjamin Moore Elephant Gray 2109-50