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Welcome to my blog! Now that I am retired, I don't blog as much as I used to, generally offering Home Staging advice and decorating tips when I do write. On Wednesdays I enjoy sharing a fun picture or meme using my grandchildren as my inspiration.



 Wordless Wednesday - Hours of Fun With Water and Paint Brushes 
This week I received a call from a young man who had read one of my blog posts and wanted more information.    My blog post, written three years ago, had to do with a toy hauler that my husband and I was a lot of work, but a fun and satisfying project and I was happy to answer a...
 Wordless Wednesday - The Lifeguard Is On Duty
My latest Home Staging consult was at a beautiful home which will be going on the market in the next couple weeks for over $900,000.  The living room has outlets in the floor to allow furniture placement away from the walls and it reminded me of a post I wrote several years ago asking the questio...
Staging Your Kitchen Counters The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in a home when it comes to appealing to potential buyers.  Today's buyer wants a home that is move-in ready and they want a kitchen that is spacious, functional, and with as many updated features as possible.  The higher...
 HaPpY 4th BiRtHdAy to my grandson Jack!!!   Jack:  Year Three Jack:  Year Two Jack:  Year One
There is a thing being shared on facebook that is NOT TRUE and yet it just keeps getting shared.  I'm so sick of seeing it, I had to share here in an attempt to get the word out and hopefully put this to rest once and for all.Have you seen this?Attention friends and family:  Facebook has changed ...
When we sold our home last year our agent asked us to make a list of all the positive features of the house for use in marketing.As a professional Home Stager in New Hampshire I believe it's just as important to make a list of all the negative features of your home prior to listing it.  No, not f...
Wordless Wednesday - Lather, Rinse, Repeat...Repeat...Repeat... 
Do you want to reduce the clutter in your kitchen?The area over the cabinets is a great place to start.  It's common for people to decorate over their cabinets.  All kinds of things are put up there....pottery, baskets, signs, plates, bowls, tea pots, all kinds of wildlife, and probably the most ...

Sharon Tara

New Hampshire Home Stager
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