Do you follow trends? Sometimes trends “work” with our décor. Other times they just don’t.
Check out what the experts atHouse Beautifulmagazine predict and determine whether you’ll be incorporating any into your home this Spring.
The experts say fringing, tufting, tassels and feathers are “in” this season and will add a “handmade” quality to each room. And we’ll find them on cushions, wall hangings, throws, rugs and accessories.
Geometrics are sure to add interest to any room. Experts say we’ll see them on everything from wallpaper to art to tiles. Definitely a bold choice!
It seems that the common houseplant is becoming the “must have” for homes this Spring. Plants warm up any space and give that homey feel. Green plants always work well with a textured piece, like a rug or distressed bookcase.
4. Glittery golds
This Spring gold is definitely “in”! It evokes an elegant, luxe feel. Add gold to your rooms through little touches, such as doorknobs, picture frames, and lamp bases.
5. Color “pops”
Bold color pops are being heralded as one of this year’s strongest trends. So go ahead….go a little wild. This season you can’t go wrong with adding your favorite color in any room in your home!
Author:Lauren Rockwell Phone: 214-717-1636 Dated: April 23rd 2018 Views: 579 About Lauren: Hi, I am Lauren and I am a real estate agent with Rogers Healy and Associates. I grew up in the DFW ...
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Steve Rigely was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He moved to Dallas in 1998 to attend Texas Christian University. He graduated from TCU with a BA in History and a minor in Business.
Steve’s passion for helping people and his business savvy helped guide him to residential real estate in 2003.
“Real estate just felt right. After connecting all the dots, I knew that my career was in residential real estate. I loved the idea that I don’t have any limitations and every day is different than the last.”
Since starting his career, Steve has worked to build lasting relationships with his clients and prides himself in being resourceful in today’s evolving economy. Steve strives to treat each of his clients with the same consideration and revere.
Being able to see Dallas transform has been quite the experience for Steve. Being one of Victory Park’s first residents has given Steve a great platform when it comes time to try to win a potential client’s business.
“I’ve been fortunate to have lived in some of Dallas’ most unique neighborhoods. Uptown and Victory Park have been my home for quite a while now and I am still in amazement at the amount of growth and business opportunity that has been created in just a few short years. I have loved being in the heart of the action.”
Steve took his career to the next level when he joined Rogers Healy and Associates in 2009. Whether you are buying, selling, investing, or just need advice, Steve looks forward to working for you.