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Keep your Floors Clean for Bare Feet

 

With Spring finally here,  more and more buyers are looking at homes and are wearing sandals.  While you may wear summer shoes in your home, buyers feel it’s rude to leave their shoes on in your home, so they take them off and are left with bare feet.


I urge everyone who has their home for sale in the summer to do the barefoot test.  Take a walk around your home like you are a potential buyer in your bare feet and make sure that nothing sticks to your feet, that your feet don’t stick to anything and that your home in general feels clean. 


Areas that I commonly find to be a concern are front entrances, make sure that if you do wear your shoes in the house that you aren’t leaving sand and dirt particles at your front door, a barefoot visitor will grab these on their feet as their first and last impressions.  Basements, all buyers go into the basement, even if you don’t go there a lot, so make sure even your furnace or utility room is clean.  Another basement area that can feel very dirty to bare feet is a kitty litter area, I’ve often walked into a basement and ended up with kitty litter on my feet from little fluffy walking it around the basement.  I would suggest a small carpet outside of your kitty litter box for fluffy to wipe his paws on before he treks it all over the basement.


Buyers will also step outside of your home, into the garage or onto the deck, so make sure those areas are swept up as well.  All areas of your home, inside and out need your attention, not only in the summer, but all year round.
Another item that can set off barefoot buyers is sticky kitchen floors, if you have children I’m sure a spilled drink it common, but in a buyers mind, a sticky floor is dirty and a dirty floor can mean a dirty home which causes them to wonder what else has been left unattended.


Before your home is ready for sale, make sure all areas of your home are bare foot tested and ready for those summer buyers.

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Business Spotlight - La Cucina

Business Spotlight 

 

Business of the Week - La Cucina 

 

If you haven’t been to visit La Cucina in downtown Kitchener yet, you’re missing some of the best pizza in the Region!  This warm and cozy spot is one of our favourite spots for a random Tuesday date night, a great place to bring friends for a fantastic dinner out or even great for a special occasion.

 Why do I like this spot so much?  I love great Italian food and George appreciates a thin crust pizza.  While I don’t have the pizza, George craves it like nothing else in town and we have to go here often to get his fix!  Here’s what he likes about the pizza, the pizza oven is located in plain sight in the restaurant and you can watch your masterpiece being made, the ingredients are fresh and the crust is perfectly thin.  When the pizza comes to your table, it’s still bubbling hot and smells so good!  If you’re looking for a different pizza, they have so many varieties and Tuesday is Pizza night, all pizzas are only $13
 

If you prefer pasta, like I do, the pasta at La Cucina is incredible, all made in house and with homemade sauces and many ingredients imported to Italy.  We visited Italy in 2016 and La Cucina is as close as we’ve come to enjoying meals like we did in Italy.
 

To start I would suggest the Caesar salad, always fresh and crisp with nice and crunchy croutons.  If you’re looking for something to share, they have some incredible Antipasti plates with fresh meats, cheeses, and even house made porchetta!
 

The atmosphere at the restaurant is inviting, cozy and they have great tables for two that are intimate or space for family and friends to gather and enjoy a wonderful evening out.  If you love Italian food in a great atmosphere, La Cucina will not disappoint, you’ll be proud to have introduced your friends and family to this wonderful downtown Kitchener gem!

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Museums in Kitchener/Waterloo

Waterloo Region has many museums that allow you to journey back into our local heritage or to see some interesting local art.  If you are looking for something interesting to do with the family this weekend, give our local culture a chance, you’ll have fun, learn something and it’s reasonably priced for an afternoon.

Here is a list of some of our local museums and what they have to offer.
 

Waterloo Region Museum
 

Located at: 10 Huron Rd. Kitchener, ON, N2P 2R7
 

Our largest community museum, take a step back in time and visit this museum year round for exhibits and artifacts from the past.  If you are visiting in the summer months, your admission also includes living history at Doon Heritage Village, see what life would have been like in Kitchener/Waterloo in 1914.  This village comes to life with actors in costume, historic buildings, demonstrations and fun for the whole family!

 

 

 

The Museum
 

Located at:  10 King Street West Kitchener, ON, N2G 1A3
 

Best known as a museum for children to have fun and learn, this exciting museum located downtown Kitchener has fun for the whole family with new exhibits often and many fun permanent exhibits including a bed of nails, Geo-Terraces, a walking Piano and the animation station.  Many unique events held here in the evenings for adults including beer fests and interesting local food events.  Be sure to check often to see what is new at the Museum.

 

 

 

Joseph Schneider Haus
 

Located at:  466 Queen Street South, Kitchener, ON N2G 1W7
 

Another living history Museum focused on life and art in the Waterloo Region, focused on folk art and learning trades of the past, all summer long you can learn skills such as soap making, spinning and dyeing wool, food preservation, health and folk medicines from the local garden and even tasty baking!  Offering family admissions for $15 and many programs for less that $10 a day, this is a great spot to enjoy some local heritage.

 

 

Woodside National Historic Site

 

Located at:  528 Wellington Street North, Kitchener ON N2H 5L5

 

Woodside National historic site is the boyhood home of Canada’s 10th and longest serving Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King.  This authentic Victorian home is located in a beautiful park setting surrounded by 11.5 acres, and is stunning in the fall.  Children can visit free and adults are less than $5, view artifacts donated by the King family and see how a family lived in the early days of Kitchener, then called Berlin.

 

 

Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery
 

located at 101 Queen St N, inside Centre In The Square.
 

Kitchener Waterloo Gallery focuses on connecting people and ideas through art, with a focus on contemporary culture.  When you visit here, you would often see artists from Canada and around the world featured.  This museum offers many art programs for adults and children including free gallery tours, culture talks, art for beginners, creative play and many fun summer art camps in a variety of topics.  Admission to visit this gallery is free and programs are reasonably priced.

 

 

Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery
 

Located at:  25 Caroline Street North, Waterloo, ON N2L 2Y5
 

Located in Uptown Waterloo, the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting and collecting ceramic, glass, enamel and stained glass works of art.  Its exhibits rotate four times a year and offers many programs for both children and adults.  Admission into the gallery is free and while you are there, you can stop into the shop and pick up some unique gifts!

 

 

Homer Watson House and Gallery
 

Located at:  1754 Old Mill Road, Kitchener, ON N2P 1H7

 

This beautifully maintained home of Homer Watson houses many original Homer Watson pieces, dedicated to the preservation and collection of his art, this gallery not only offers an opportunity to view his artwork, but also that of many other local artists using a variety of mixed medium.  If you’re looking to be inspired, visit Homer Watson House and Gallery, not only is the art interesting, but are the house and the grounds.  Art courses are also offered for all ages, this home nestled in a beautiful neighbourhood is a must see and with admission for adults of only $5, it’s a great way to spend an afternoon

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Business Spotlight - Morris Car Wash

                                              
   

Business of the Week:  Morris Car Wash 

Spring is coming, it's been a long hard Winter, but Spring is almost here and with Spring it's time to get your car looking it's best!  

 

This is a photo of my beauty Ruby (Yes, I name my car) on a Sunny day in March.  I always take my car to Morris to make it shine inside and out!  

 

For those who have never been, here's a little about how it works:  The car wash is located at 533 King St E in Kitchener, but you have to access the driveway at the back of the car wash, which is off of Betzner.  Take that little dead end street to the end, and hang a right.  

 

If you're lucky there won't be a line, if there is a little line, take that time to clear out any garbage in your car and make sure that all your stuff is piled together so you can get maximum interior cleaning done.  I always remove my tissue box, my cards, chap sticks, pens, coins and any other little items so they can get into all the small spots to clean too.  

 

If you have children, remove the car seats so they can vacuum under there as well.  They do offer some exterior only packages, but I'll be honest, nothing feels better than getting into a car that has just been cleaned inside too, so for the few extra dollars, treat yourself!  If I'm doing my regular clean every 2 weeks, I use a #1, which includes:  The exterior wash, cleaning of the rubber mats, cleaning of the windows, cleaning of the dash and they my console, a light vacuum, which is great for my car and a towel dry at the end.  The entire was process is usually completed by about 4-5 gentlemen and I'm always impressed by their speed and how thorough they are.  

 

Once you drop your car at the back wash entrance, you go inside where you can watch your car wash being completed, then pay at the counter and wait outside for your car to be pulled up all shiny and bright and if the weather is warm enough, they will towel dry it outside.

 

For those of you who don't get your car cleaned on the regular, you can use a more in depth detailing package where you leave your car for the day and they will make sure to clean everything you require, including a seat shampoo if you need it.  I used this service once when my car was broken into and I wanted to make sure there was no glass left over inside.  Thanks to the thieves, I had a bright and shiny car inside and out!  If you need to know more about their packages click here.

 

If you're looking for a fantastic wash and little interior cleaning without having to spend the afternoon in your driveway.  Morris is my go to place for a wash and I always leave feeling like a million bucks!  

 

 

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10 Things Your Home Stager Did NOT Learn From HGTV

We get it, you've watched all of the home renovation and home sale shows, read all of the online articles and tips regarding setting up your home to sell, and you have checked off everything on every home selling checklist you could find, so why would you need to hire a Professional Home Stager? We often hear homeowners say, “I don’t need a stager, I watch HGTV all the time, and I know that I need to remove the clutter and the personal items.”

 

These reality shows have really put the home staging industry in the spotlight over the last few years, and have helped homeowners to better understand the importance of preparing their home prior to listing it for sale. But, while these shows provide the basics of what this preparation involves, they don’t provide the full picture of what it really takes to properly style and STAGE your home in order to evoke the emotional connection that your prospective buyers are looking for.


Your home is one of a kind, and it should be treated as such! You want to stand out from the competition, so why would you use the same checklists as everyone else? Would you clean your own teeth, or would you choose to hire a trained professional to do this for you? Your home deserves the right attention with specific recommendations, geared towards your home, from an expert that specializes in doing just that, in order to highlight your home’s greatest features. So what are these articles and lists NOT telling you? As a Home Stager, these are just a few of the things that we have learned, through our professional training and many years of experience:

 

      1.      Where to place YOUR furniture so that the room remains open and inviting, while maintaining function and flow

 

This does not mean simply moving all of your furniture to the edges of the room. This means understanding proper traffic flow, as well as the latest furniture styling trends. We will evaluate what should stay, what should be removed, and where to properly position your furniture to optimize flow, eliminate awkward spaces, and highlight the best features of the room.

 

      2.      Shelf Styling

 

By far one of the trickiest decorating techniques to master, this is the art of filling the shelves to catch your eye, without diverting your attention from the room. This means selecting the right size and style of pieces to compliment the space and the shelving unit, and understanding the balance between too little and too much.

     

      3.     Paint Colour selection

 

Just because a colour is popular or trendy, does not mean that it’s the best one to use for your home. Colours are selected based on lighting, home style, and the colour of the finishes of the home. Sure, we have our favourites, but each colour is selected to best suit the home.

 

      4.     What local trades will provide you with the best services, at the best value prices

 

We have spent a great amount of our time forging valued relationships with highly skilled trades to ensure that you receive quality work, every time. We only work with professionals, and often these professionals will provide special discounts to our clients.

 

      5.     Where to shop for the final touches and accessories that your home needs

 

We spend more time than anyone shopping for home décor items and finding the best deals, and we can provide you with some direction on this to help you to avoid driving all around town looking for the perfect piece. Of course, you would save even more time if you hired us to provide you with the accessories and accent pieces that your home needs.

 

      6.     Which updates/upgrades will most benefit YOUR house in YOUR market, neighbourhood, and price range

 

We not only evaluate what upgrades and repairs would add to the value of your home, but we look at what will help to increase it’s overall sell-ability – upgrades are not worth much if they’re not the right ones to entice your specific buyers. We consulted on a home once that spent a great deal of money replacing their kitchen, but for their target market, their funds would have been better spent doing other repairs to the home and minor updates to the kitchen.

 

      7.     How to make a bed

 

Forget what your mother taught you – making your bed before work, and styling your bed to sell your home are completely different! I can’t tell you how often we see this common mistake in listing photos.

 

      8.     How to utilize a piece of furniture for an alternate purpose

 

This does not mean putting an end table in an office and calling it a desk. It’s about thinking outside of the box when it comes to finding the right piece, often within your home already, to fulfill a purpose for a room and help to clearly define the space.

 

      9.     How to enhance your curb appeal

 

Yes, cut the grass, trim the trees, and mulch the gardens, we know that you have that covered. But there’s likely more that you should be doing. If your buyers are not engaged with the home before they get to the front door, you could potentially lose out on that sale. We are property stylists, and we want to be sure to create an inviting space, inside and out.

 

      10.    How to maintain function and daily life, while living in a staged home
 
      We understand that it’s not easy to maintain a show-ready home, but we have seen it all and are prepared to provide you with easily implementable solutions to help you to get through the day-to-day. Of course the best part is, in a professionally staged home, you won’t have to maintain it for long before it’s SOLD!

 

The checklists and tips you find online are a great step towards preparing your home, but a Professional Home Stager can provide you with the specific recommendations that will help you to bring in the buyers and sell your home.

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Is Furniture Holding you Back?

Are you looking for the perfect home to fit your couch, a Persian rug or maybe a dining room table?  Does this make sense to anyone, why are people buying homes for objects and not for those people who are living in the home?  Too many times I’ve seen families turn down the perfect home in the perfect neighbourhood because it won’t fit their bedroom set or their mirrored dresser. 


Don’t let your things rule your life, the people who live in that home now obviously have a bed and it seems to fit, so sell your larger than normal bed and buy one that fits in that perfect house, or trade with a family member if the item is important to the family.  I understand keeping a family heirloom, but if your home budget doesn’t allow you to buy a home with a living room that is 20x20 then maybe Grandma’s rug should go to a family member who has space for it and then you can find a home that is right for you and your family, not a rug that you feel obligated to keep.


Reality is budget is a large deciding factor in what kind of home you end up in and if you are forced to choose the home with the largest dining room to fit a table you never eat at, you may be giving up on other items that you need such as an extra bathroom, a large yard or even a home in a condition that you can move into right away.


The best suggestion I have to avoid being caught in buying a home for your items is to make a list of why you are moving from your current home, these are items that are driving you out of your current place and into a new one.  Once you know what is driving you out of your current home, what is on your list of need to have and nice to have, knowing the difference between need and want can be very difficult but make the process easier.  If you are buying the home with another person, I strongly suggest making this list together, you may find out that your spouse hates that large couch you inherited and buying a home with space for it makes no sense if it’s uncomfortable anyways.


Remember when you are looking for a home why you are moving, I’m sure your bedroom set didn’t wake up one morning and decide to move because it didn’t like your current neighbour, if you have to part with some items to move to where you want to be, I’m sure your happiness in the new home will outweigh the cost to replace an item that is too large for your new home.

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Is your Furniture Holding you Back?

Are you looking for the perfect home to fit your couch, a Persian rug or maybe a dining room table?  Does this make sense to anyone, why are people buying homes for objects and not for those people who are living in the home?  Too many times I’ve seen families turn down the perfect home in the perfect neighbourhood because it won’t fit their bedroom set or their mirrored dresser. 


Don’t let your things rule your life, the people who live in that home now obviously have a bed and it seems to fit, so sell your larger than normal bed and buy one that fits in that perfect house, or trade with a family member if the item is important to the family.  I understand keeping a family heirloom, but if your home budget doesn’t allow you to buy a home with a living room that is 20x20 then maybe Grandma’s rug should go to a family member who has space for it and then you can find a home that is right for you and your family, not a rug that you feel obligated to keep.


Reality is budget is a large deciding factor in what kind of home you end up in and if you are forced to choose the home with the largest dining room to fit a table you never eat at, you may be giving up on other items that you need such as an extra bathroom, a large yard or even a home in a condition that you can move into right away.


The best suggestion I have to avoid being caught in buying a home for your items is to make a list of why you are moving from your current home, these are items that are driving you out of your current place and into a new one.  Once you know what is driving you out of your current home, what is on your list of need to have and nice to have, knowing the difference between need and want can be very difficult but make the process easier.  If you are buying the home with another person, I strongly suggest making this list together, you may find out that your spouse hates that large couch you inherited and buying a home with space for it makes no sense if it’s uncomfortable anyways.


Remember when you are looking for a home why you are moving, I’m sure your bedroom set didn’t wake up one morning and decide to move because it didn’t like your current neighbour, if you have to part with some items to move to where you want to be, I’m sure your happiness in the new home will outweigh the cost to replace an item that is too large for your new home.

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Here's Something That You Should Do at Home!!

Say what?

 

I have just finished the accreditation process for Navigational Conversations from Leadscape Learning.  This is a workshop that introduces strategic coaching skills for leaders who want to take a coach-approach when working with others.

 

Not surprisingly, listening is the key element of the Navigational Conversations program.  For a long time, I've felt that listening is the one skill that most of us should improve.

 

Have you ever been in a conversation with someone who is distracted by something else that is going on and doesn't seem to be really paying attention to you?  I know, probably not.  But, it could happen!

 

The folks at Leadscape Learnbullhorning speak about three stages of listening that exist on a continuum of listening skills.  At the low end of the continuum is what they refer to as tracking.  In this stage of listening, we are engaged in a primary activity that supersedes listening.  This is the listening that includes responses such as 'uh-huh, yup, okay, whatever, ...".  Again, maybe you're not familiar with this situation, in which case I apologize for enticing you into this blog via the title.

 

However, for those who understand that the power in a conversation comes from the listening, read on.

 

In the middle of the continuum is a stage of listening where we are now focused on the conversation at hand.  However, while we are listening, we are thinking about what is being said to us.  We might be thinking of the next question that we want to ask, or we might be forming our response.  We might even interrupt the other person by not waiting until he/she has finished speaking, so we can speak.  In this listening mode, we run the risk that we won't pick up on all of the nuances in the conversation.

 

So, if you are bold enough to try something at home, here it is.  Move to the far end of the listening continuum and practice being present.  In this listening mode, we are listening with a quiet mind.  We are intentionally not thinking up our next response.  We are listening and observing.  We are able to discern meaning from body language.  We can pick up the essence of the conversation.  We are simply being present.

 

Being present is a difficult listening mode to achieve and it is also difficult to remain in this mode.  But it is a very rewarding skill to achieve.  The person that is speaking to you will feel very connected and you will realize the power of listening.

 

Why not try it?

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Front Door Fix-Up

Do you use your vacation time for home renovations? I do! Last week, despite some lovely weather, I was hard at work indoors working on the house. One of my quickest, but most impactful projects was updating our front door. 

 

The before colour is what we inherited with the house; a faux brick-tone that I'm pretty sure has been here since 1969. 

 

Door Before

In my mind, the new, darker colour is a HUGE improvement. Much more modern, and a stronger contrast to the surrounding brick. It's just the pop that the front of the house needed.

 

Door After

The white trim still needs a quick clean-up and I'd like to bring in some new hardware, but for now, I'm super pleased. The colour is PARA Melt Down P5205-73.

 

If you're taking a reno-cation this summer, what's on your project to-do list? If you're curious about what else got crossed off my list last week, hop over to our blog for ongoing updates: www.moreofeverything.ca

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Why Neutral Is Best When Selling

Often times when I view a home for the first time during the staging consultation I see rooms painted in bright colours. Accent walls, matching trim, I’ve even seen colourful ceilings! Sometimes the colours work beautifully in the space, highlighting the furniture or artwork that the homeowner has. Other times the colours just aren’t the right hue and don’t work with the fixed elements in the room (cabinetry, built-ins, flooring, etc.)


Regardless if the colour works in the space or not, when it comes to selling your home, neutral colours are best. Bright, bold colours can really take over a room and can be the only thing people take away from that room. They will forget how many windows the room had – “Did it get a lot of natural sunlight?”; How big the room was – “Would our 9 piece dining room set fit in that space?”; Fixtures that will be purchased with the house – “Was there even a chandelier?” Potential buyers will walk away only remembering the bright red walls, and possibly the fact that they hated them. To sum it up, bright colours can be a distraction from what you’re really trying to sell in the space.


When I recommend to a homeowner that walls should be re-painted a neutral colour I often get different responses. A common response is...”But I LOVE this colour! I chose it myself! I get so many compliments from all of my friends!”


Usually the problem isn’t the actual colour itself. I tell them to definitely use that colour in their next home since it’s a fantastic colour. It goes back to the difference between Interior Decorating and Home Staging. What works for Decorating doesn’t always work for Staging. Decorating is about making a room appeal to the homeowner where Staging is about making a room appeal to a broad range of potential buyers who likely have different tastes than the current homeowner. We are also focused on drawing attention to the selling features of each room – size, architectural details and updated finishes. These things can easily get lost when the wall colour in the room takes center stage. Remember – potential buyers coming through your home are on average only spending a minute looking at each room. They will remember what grabbed their attention first, and that’s usually the paint colour if it’s not a neutral colour.


The other response I often get is that it is way too much work to re-paint. That the colour is too dark, it would take primer plus extra coats of paint, that the room is too large, the ceiling is too high and sometimes I hear that they just don’t want to pay for it.


Painting is the most cost-effective investment you can make in your home that will make a huge difference. By painting your walls a neutral colour, you are making your home move-in ready. No matter who buys your house, they will be able to move their furniture in and not have to worry about it clashing with your previously selected paint colours. Today’s buyers want move-in ready homes and are willing to pay extra for them. Purchasing a home today isn’t easy, and many buyers are maxed out financially just buying the property. They have no budget left for updates, including painting. Also, if you think it’s too much work to re-paint – so will the buyer. They will skip over your house to buy one that is already move-in ready.


When it comes to selling your house, it’s best to repaint in neutral colours before listing the property. Save the bold colours for your next home.

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