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Home Staging Trends for 2012.
Mother Earth–inspired elements.
Nature is popular in staging this year. Popular color palettes are reminiscent of natural elements—reds found in earth and soil, blues of the ocean, lush greens of the forest, and neutrals that draw from the softer, textured look of eggs, seashells, and sand. These natural tones are being paired with color accents, such as tangerine tango, Pantone Color Institute’s color of the year. Also look for accessories that incorporate natural elements: woven baskets, leather stools, and cotton towels.
Think zebra stripe rugs or leopard print votives! But beware: Use wild animal prints in small doses only.
Framing a piece of digital fabric is a great way to create an inexpensive piece of artwork. Try textiles with fern or tree branch patterns.
Not your grandma’s doilies.
Add lace in subtle ways—on top of tablecloths or paired with bold colors. Traditional quilts and crochet pieces are also popular.
Faded area rugs?
Vintage is in vogue. Instead of ditching that old Asian rug, use it as the foundation for your room’s color and aesthetic palette. Add modern artwork and table accessories that complement vintage pieces.
Think silk with suede, furniture with studs, shiny with vintage.
Touch the sky.
Think about the clouds and water when choosing reflective white, blue, and silver objects and hardware. Mirrors are great for staging because they make rooms look bigger. Also consider mirrors in other ways, such as for a tray holding a tea cup and saucer or on a wall in an area where there isn’t a lot of light.
Derry is located in Rockingham County, New Hampshire. It is located an hour from Boston, an hour from the seacoast, and an hour from the base of New Hampshire’s Great Mountains. Derry is crossed by Interstate 93, New Hampshire Route 102, and New Hampshire Route 28.
Derry is home to the Adams Memorial Opera House, the Children’s Metamorphosis Museum, the Derry Historical Society and Museum, the Robert Frost Homestead, the Taylor Mill State Historical Site and the Rockingham Recreational Trail. It is home to two of the country’s oldest private schools; Pinkerton Academy, which was founded in 1814, and Adams Female Seminary, which is now closed.
Derry was incorporated in 1827 and was once part of Londonderry. The town was named for Derry, in Northern Ireland. Derry’s population has greatly increased over the past decades. Derry’s population is five times greater than it was in 1963. The increase in population spurred many housing developments, and hundreds of new apartment units.
According to the 2000 U.S. Census Bureau, Derry’s population at the time was 34,021 people. This included 12,327 households and 8,789 familiess. The average family size was 3.24 and the average household size was 2.74. Derry is comprised of 35.8 square miles of land and 0.9 square miles of water.
Derry Real Estate and Homes: In 2000, there were 12,735 homes and an average of 578 homes (houses / condos) per square mile. In 2007, it was estimated that real estate in Derry was comprised of a total of 13,272 homes. This included 6,733 single family houses and 5,966 multi-unit homes.
Please contact Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate The Masiello Group for homes for sale in Derry, New Hampshire, homes for sale in Rockingham County, New Hampshire, and for all your real estate needs.