Sparkling New Content

sticker-new-zkMUdlPOIn addition to freshening things up around here with a new theme, we have a new page and new project photos on the site. One of the project galleries is now focused on Accessory Dwelling Units (read up about ADUs on our blog if you missed it the first time), and we will have a brand new project to show off there by the end of the summer.

You can also spot two recent projects in our New Construction gallery.

As always, if you have any questions about our work, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

New Services for 2013

At the start of the year, we announced three new services in our monthly letter. For those of you not on our mailing list, here are the details:

  • One Day Redesign Package

    Does your living room need a lift? Is your bedroom decor boring, kitchen cluttered and uninviting? Call us to schedule an intervention. Mary will re-purpose items from other areas in your house and supplement as needed from the shops. By the end of the day, your space will be transformed. $395 plus any purchases

  • Color Consultation

    Color is one of the most direct and, often, least expensive ways to change how you experience a space. Some colors are serene, others energetic. Starting with an inspiring object, image, or mood, we’ll talk about how color moves you and discover how to situate colors you love within your home.

  • Pre-Sale Assessment

    Whether you are bringing your home to market in the next few months or simply strategizing for some time down the road, go beyond staging to consider how best to prepare your home’s look and function.

If you’re interested in any of these offerings, call us or drop us a line on our contact page.

Did you see Mary in the Bee?

Photo - Mary and MaryMary was featured in a brief Bee article about her friend, realtor Mary Tompkins-Fiocchi. (This photo from the article was taken by reporter Merry Mackinnon.) They discussed the local real estate market, including their own mixed-use and live-work projects, concluding that buyers, builders, and realtors “recognize that close-in, stable neighborhoods are a very hot market.” Good news for Woodstock!