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Do the walls of your home ever feel bland and uninviting? What you need for your home is to add depth to the walls. Everything from the colors of the walls to what you place on them helps to give your rooms a feeling of sophisticated complexity. 


Try Using Contrast On Your Walls


If you choose a dark color for your walls, you can use bright colors as a contrast to bring out the prominent features of the room. 


Use Texture On Your Walls


You don’t have to rely on paint to color your walls. It’s a good idea for you to use some tapestry or cloth and hang it on the walls to help add texture and depth to a room.


Reflect On The Room


Using mirrors can help to make any room appear bigger. Mirrors are deceiving in a way, but when placed strategically, they can really add a lot to a room. Allowing for reflections in the room also adds depth and a larger feeling to the space, 


Don‘t Make A Space Too Busy


Avoid using a lot of colors in a room. While contrasting colors add something special to a space, bright, mismatched colors will only make you dizzy. 


Make Use Of Tile


Particularly in kitchens and bathrooms, tile can help to add some depth to the space. Your kitchen can be painted a lovely color and finding tiles to match for a backsplash can really help the room to stand out. Even the color grout that you use can help add complexity to a room. If you have brick, wood, or any kind of stone present in a room, be sure to help those features stand out. The best way to approach design sometimes is to take what you see in nature and bring it into your space. From earth tones to highlighting the natural features in your home, you can really make your home feel well-rounded from the inside out. 


Try Painting The Walls Different Colors


There’s no rule that says you need to paint a room all one color. Often, you can add a lot to a room just by having that one accent wall. Putting the piece of furniture that will be the focal point of the room on the accent wall can really bring out the features of the room. If your color scheme is leaning towards blues and whites, for example, paint each wall white except for one. Choose an alluring shade of blue for the accent wall. Be sure that your furniture matches with whatever wall color scheme that you choose as well.                 

Whether you’re recreating a room completely, or simply re-purposing what you have, it’s easy to make your design work for you and provide complexity and depth.



18 Edgemoor Circle, Wellesley, MA 02482

Rental

$3,500
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Immediately available! Wonderful 2003 townhouse end unit. Desirable location near Route 9, I-90 and I-95. Rated one of the top school systems in Massachusetts: elementary school at the Hardy School, middle school at Wellesley Middle School, and high school at Wellesley High School. Close to town hall, town center, library, and commute rail. 1738 square feet of living space not including partially finished basement, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Large open upgraded kitchen, and updated bathrooms. With all appliances, including garbage disposal, new washer and dryer, and new central AC. One car garage, one driveway parking space with guest parking lot available.
Open House
Saturday
January 25 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
FABULOUS townhouse rental available now. Come see this lovely end unit with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths built in 2003. Garage parking.
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Location: 18 Edgemoor Circle, Wellesley, MA 02482    Get Directions

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29 Business St, Boston, MA 02136

Hyde Park

Rental

$2,700
Price

5
Rooms
3
Beds
2
Baths
Great opportunity to live in a newly renovated apartment. Unit has 1 car parking. Unit has been taken down to the studs. Kitchen has beautiful white cabinets with white appliances and Corian counters. Washer and Dryer hookups are ready for you to bring your own stackable machines. Two floors of living with 3 bedrooms and two full baths. Brand new Central AC and Heat. Nice shared backyard, great for hanging out or BBQing. Convenient location to the commuter rail ( 3 minute walk) and Cleary Sq. Be the first to call this apartment home.
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18 Edgemoor Circle, Wellesley, MA 02482

Rental

$3,800
Price

6
Rooms
3
Beds
2/1
Full/Half Baths
Immediately available! Wonderful 2003 townhouse end unit. Desirable location near Route 9, I-90 and I-95. Rated one of the top school systems in Massachusetts: elementary school at the Hardy School, middle school at Wellesley Middle School, and high school at Wellesley High School. Close to town hall, town center, library, and commute rail. 1738 square feet of living space not including partially finished basement, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Large open upgraded kitchen, and updated bathrooms. With all appliances, including garbage disposal, new washer and dryer, and new central AC. One car garage, one driveway parking space with guest parking lot available.
Open House
Saturday
January 25 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
FABULOUS townhouse rental available now. Come see this lovely end unit with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths built in 2003. Garage parking.
Cannot make the Open Houses?
Location: 18 Edgemoor Circle, Wellesley, MA 02482    Get Directions

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The homebuying journey is rarely problem-free. Fortunately, homebuyers who know how to address challenges throughout the property buying journey should have no trouble making their homeownership dreams come true.

Now, let's take a look at three tips to help you develop an effective approach to address any homebuying challenges that come your way.

1. Be Diligent

When it comes to homebuying challenges, it helps to be diligent. A diligent homebuyer allocates time and resources to understand problems and address them from every angle. As such, this buyer may be better equipped than others to find the right solution to any homebuying challenge, at any time.

Furthermore, a diligent homebuyer often learns about the housing market and analyzes real estate market patterns and trends. With this information at his or her disposal, a homebuyer can use real estate market data to gain an advantage over rival property buyers. And as a result, a diligent homebuyer can use housing market data to make fast, informed decisions throughout the property buying journey.

2. Understand the Worst-Case Scenarios

No one likes to think about the worst-case scenarios. Yet considering potential challenges that could arise during the homebuying cycle may help a property buyer plan ahead for these problems.

As a homebuyer, it is important to prepare as much as possible for all stages of the property buying journey. If a buyer understands potential challenges, he or she may be able to address such problems without delay. Perhaps best of all, this buyer can minimize the risk of encountering possible hurdles that otherwise may prevent him or her from finding the right house at the right price.

3. Work with a Real Estate Agent

Dealing with a homebuying challenge on your own can cause immense stress. Lucky for you, real estate agents are available who can help you identify and resolve any homebuying challenges before they escalate.

A real estate agent is a homebuying expert who can guide you along each stage of the property buying journey. First, he or she will learn about your homebuying goals and craft a custom property buying strategy. A real estate agent next will keep you up to date about new homes that match your property buying criteria, as well as set up home showings. And once you find a house that you want to buy, a real estate agent will help you submit a competitive offer to purchase this residence.

Let's not forget about the assistance that a real estate agent provides after a seller accepts your offer to purchase a home, either. At this point, a real estate agent will help you schedule a house inspection and ensure that you are fully prepared for closing day. And if you have concerns or questions along the way, a real estate agent is ready to respond to them.

Want to become a confident homebuyer? Use the aforementioned tips, and you can bolster your homebuying confidence and address any homebuying challenges with poise and integrity.




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