Elaine Peace's Blog

Posted on 11/28/2021
DIY Ideas for Decorating Your Vacation Home
Your vacation house is your home away from home and you should decorate accordingly. Whether you have a quaint cottage nestled in the woods or a sprawling beachfront estate, you may want to take some time during the off-season to craft some DIY decor for your vacation home. Here's a few ideas to help you get started: DIY...
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Posted on 11/21/2021
Combining the Traditional and the Eclectic: Tips for Making Home Design More Memorable
There's something about mixing two styles together that can add a lot of spice to a room. Unexpected touches and accents add the personality that people remember. Yet there's a danger to this approach because it's relatively easy to go overboard. Finding the right balance will have everything to do with the impression you create. Eclectic and Traditional...
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Posted on 11/17/2021
Gaithersburg, MD Real Estate Market Update 11/17/2021
Click here to view Gaithersburg, MD blog post which has information on the constantly changing market...
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Posted on 11/14/2021
The Best Houseplants for a Low-Light Living Space
Keeping houseplants isn’t just for those with sunny homes. While the perfect south-facing window is many plant owners’ dream, lower light environments are just fine for many types of plants to thrive. Here we will go over some of the best low-light houseplants for your home. Snake Plant Snake plants are striking in appearance and extremely hardy. They...
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Posted on 11/07/2021
Sustainable Home Decor: Tips and Ideas for Your House
There's a lot of talk about sustainable home features such as solar panels or energy-efficient appliances. For those passionate about green living, there are many other ways to incorporate eco-friendly features into nearly every aspect of your home. In fact, there are many ways to use sustainable decor to create a house that is welcoming, beautiful and good...
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Posted on 11/04/2021
19439 Battleridge Way, Montgomery Village, MD 20886 is now new to the market!
Welcome home! This 3BR, 2.5 BA townhome /w private deck and finished walk-out basement has become available in this sought after neighborhood. Sliding glass doors open to the brick patio and fenced-in backyard with landscaping that backs to trees and a walking path. The primary owner's suite includes a private full bathroom and walk-in closet. The home has fresh paint and carpet has been professionally cleaned. It has been well maintained by the owner with a new hot water tank installed (2020) and new front door installed (2019). This home is readily accessible to shopping, schools, restaurants, Sam's, Costco, 270, ICC and the Shady Grove...
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Posted on 11/01/2021
GAITHERSBURG, MD Real Estate Market Update 11/1/2021
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Posted on 10/31/2021
Outdoor Entertainment: How to Dress Your Outdoor Party
Avid entertainers know the value of a good atmosphere when setting up for their gathering. But even they have difficulty when dressing up their outdoor space for a gathering or full-fledged party. Here are three quick and easy ways to dress your outdoor area for a successful get-together. Table Linens If you’re throwing a party in your outdoor...
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Posted on 10/24/2021
How to Decorate With a Neutral Color Palette
Neutral colors are always in style. However, if you have never decorated with a neutral color palette, you might wonder how to go about it. With so many colors that are so close to each other, how can you still create a dynamic and interesting aesthetic? Luckily, there is a lot more room for creativity when using neutrals...
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Posted on 10/17/2021
Gaithersburg, MD Real Estate Market Update 10/17/2021
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Posted on 10/17/2021
How to Overcome the Challenges of Building State-of-Art Accessible Homes
Image by Lorenzo Cafaro from Pixabay The need for accessible new construction homes may never be higher than it is right now. U.S. soldiers have returned home with disabilities, and the number of aging Americans with growing physical limitations is expected to increase dramatically. The first wave of Baby Boomers reached retirement age in 2011, and more than...
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