The challenge is not just creating a gorgeous home, it’s keeping one.
As we help our clients create beautiful homes, we try to also give some tips along the way to keep their homes looking their best. Herein are some of our favorite products for keeping every room of your house looking fresh.
The Hallway (no, make that any room…)
My very handy friend Dillon turned me on to these. I’m not sure how I survived without them for so long. Simply wet and remove scuff marks on walls and all sorts of surfaces. Your paint job will look brand new!
The Living Room
They say a good home is never finished. Inevitably I want to see how a piece of furniture looks across the room and no one is around to help me move it. These pads work remarkably well, your hardwood floors and your back will thank you.
Iron your pillowcases or have them pressed. It takes no time and you’ll feel like you checked into the Four Seasons!
The Master Closet
I decided to try these after I read Marissa Mayer swears by them, they make everything looks as neat and tidy as wood hangers but literally triple your closet hanging space.
Leave it to the experts at Waterworks to come up with the best way to keep your faucets looking sparkling and water mark free.
I also love these cleaning pads from Williams-Sonoma for every surface of your kitchen. They are reusable and pay for themselves in no time.
Keeping The Air Fresh
My friends at Elizabeth W make the most wonderful diffusers. My favorite is an extremely subtle scent called “Leaves”
Also, Indoor plants especially orchids are wonderful for removing toxins from the air so no need to feel guilty about splurging on one…
But to really clean your air, invest in a hepa air filter. They are smaller than ever and are extremely effective at improving indoor air quality. This one from the Sharper Image removes 99.5% of household irritants like mold, dust mite debris, pollen and pet dander and internal UV-C germicidal light removes bacteria and germs.
…And for more cleaning tips, visit the laundry and cleaning gurus at:
The Laundress: http://www.thelaundress.com/ThingsWeLove/index.asp