Erica Fields and Tiffany Cohen of Erica & Tiffany Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage were featured as Top Real Estate Professionals in the November-December 2017 issue of Calabasas Style! Read More
Dilemma: You want to spruce up your home decor but you don’t know where to start. Well, inspiration is everywhere! One of my favorite places to find décor inspiration is in my closet. That’s right… behind the doors of my packed closet are racks full of some of my favorite colors, patterns and textures. When I see a runway look or a piece in my favorite clothing store I often covet it like a fine piece of art and envision the ways I can style it. So where better to start getting ideas for my home than inside this already curated gem?
We’ve all been there – red wine on your favorite blouse from your friend’s birthday dinner, grass stains on your jeans from the 4th of July BBQ, or paint on your kid’s clothes as they return from school boasting about their class art project. So how do you really remove stains – even the most pesky ones?!
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Boosting your credit score might seem straightforward: Just make your loan payments on time and call it a day, right?
Actress—and now consumer goods maven—Jessica Alba has reportedly found herself a new residence in a celebrity-filled community within the 90210 zip code. Yolanda’s Little Black Book reports that Alba purchased the seven-bedroom home from Black Swan producer Mike Medavoy.
In the hunt for the perfect house, it’s easy to get swept away by a home’s most charming details (a gracious front porch) and play down the important stuff you’ll be kicking yourself for later (the price is over budget). And if you are touring multiple open houses each weekend, keeping everything straight can get complicated. Read More
This ain’t your mother’s vinyl. Today’s flooring options include luxury vinyl, like this one made to look like reclaimed wood. In the flooring world, carpeting is getting softer. Wood is getting more roughed-up. And vinyl is getting more luxurious. Yes, you read that right. “Luxury vinyl” isn’t a contradiction in terms — it’s the phrase du jour among those who pay close attention to the materials home buyers are eager to walk on. Read More