(818) 601-0056

Design Trends Category

5 Ways To Prepare Your Home For Spring

With the year 2020 behind us, it's more important than ever to not only welcome a little warmth into your heart but welcome the light of spring into your home. Here are 5 ways to prepare your home for spring. 1.) Create space around your home by cleaning out the gutters and removing old leaves and debris. If yard work isn't your forfeit, consider hiring a local small business to cover the exterior while you focus on the below six areas.... Continue Reading >

6 Must-Haves For Fall Decorating

Fall is one of the most exciting seasons to decorate your home. As the cooling temperatures start to approach and make its way into this new season, it's only right to make the home as cozy and beautiful as possible. Here are 6 fall decor must-haves for your home. 1. Nature Nature pieces are one of the most common types of fall decor. Nature would be considered pine cones, hay, leaves, pumpkins, and flowers. All of these pieces can easily... Continue Reading >

Spring Cleaning, Summer Edition

Ever heard of Spring Cleaning? Well, this is the Summer Edition.  Here are 5 ways to declutter your home while making sure it's your oasis during quarantine: 1. Start in an area that is most cluttered. It’s helpful to start in the room that is most cluttered. Usually, this area is the bedroom or living room because that is where people spend most of their time and begin to pile household items. For some, starting big can be overwhelming but it actually gives motivation... Continue Reading >

Prepare Your Home for Monsoon Weather

  Has anyone else noticed the stormy, rainy weather approaching Los Angeles? Well, the rainy days are here and it's important that you are prepared for it. The more prepared your home is for the stormy days to follow, the less likely you'll be dealing with contractors, repair bills, or insurance for rain damage to your home.  Here are a few simple and easy ways to keep your home dry and ready for the rain ahead.  Check for leaks. It's easy... Continue Reading >

Candy Cane Lane is Back Again

Bringing in hundreds of families and people from across the state and beyond, Candy Cane Lane has been a staple for California Christmas lights. Some of the most creative, eye-catching, and holiday spirit building lights are found right at Candy Cane Lane in Woodland Hills, CA. The display begins the second week of December, so grab your hot chocolate and be sure to find the intersection of Lubao and Oxnard St.   The display continues until 10 PM on weeknights and about... Continue Reading >

7 Plants That Don’t Require A Green Thumb

Having a green thumb is a luxury, so if you don't, you've definitely come to the right place! This list of beautiful and aesthetically pleasing plants can not only boost your home health but are easy to maintain. And for those looking to bring a little bit of joy into your office, studio space, or even patio, this list of green energy-boosting flowers may be the perfect solution for your space. If low-maintenance is your aim, then this list is... Continue Reading >

3 Ways to Create a Relaxing Oasis in Your Home

When you create a space that infuses relaxation and stress-recovery, your home can be a refuge from the fast pace of life. Even if it is a small place in a large room, it is important to have a place specifically for you to unwind.    Create Ambience with the Right Lighting Bright lights can impair our ability to relax. The right lighting can help put your mind at ease allowing you to rest and recharge. Remember, natural light is a mood booster and for... Continue Reading >

Beautiful Studio City Townhome For Sale

  This desirable 2bd 3ba townhome is in an ideal Studio City location. With a walkability score of 89, it's within two blocks from the Farmer's Market, CBS Studios, Joan's on 3rd, McConnell's, and Alfred Coffee! Welcome home to this tasteful townhome with gleaming engineered wood floors, an abundance of natural light, a cozy fireplace perfect for cooler nights, and a large private balcony with views of the hills. The open kitchen has granite counters, stainless steel appliances, and a lovely... Continue Reading >

Make Moving A Breeze

1.Buying a home is an important step that should be celebrated! Choosing a great realtor you can trust, will alleviate stresses and keep your moving list much shorter, so start with a top realtor.  2. Also remember, things are subject to change. Don’t be too hasty with putting in your 30 days notice to your landlord. Wait until you are absolutely certain; however, having a letter drafted for when that perfect time comes, is a splendid idea. 3. Stay clear of making... Continue Reading >

whats old is new again : wallpaper?

Kathleen Finnegan In recent years, wallpaper played a minor role in home décor, relegated mostly to powder rooms and otherwise pushed aside by paint, which has been considered the cheaper, faster way to freshen a room. Wallpaper also didn’t fit the more modern aesthetic that gained hold in the last dozen years or so and some buyers considered it far too personal a choice, as well as problematic to install and later remove. But tastes are changing. Many younger buyers don’t remember their parents’... Continue Reading >

Kathleen Finnegan

23925 Park Sorrento
Calabasas, Ca 91302
#01193021

Office 818-876-3111
Cell 818-601-0056