Here are three areas where a little improvement can go a long way. PREV of NEXT AP / Burnham Design, Sarah Dorio This photo shows the main kitchen in a residence in Beverly Hills, Calif. Burnham Design of Los Angeles specified Calacatta Marble for both countertops and backsplash, and designed custom Shaker-style cabinetry for both the perimeter cabinets and the center island. AP / Burnham Design, Sarah Dorio This photo shows a prep kitchen where Burnham Design of Los Angeles used Sherwin Williams Olive Grove/SW7734 paint in a satin finish, in a house in Beverly Hills, Calif.
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A purple stove? Cook up some color for a kitchen that pops
The best time is March, when homes sold faster and for 2 percent more. Seven is an unlucky number. Homes with 777 as their address sell for 2.1 percent less than their estimated value; house numbers that just include 777 (such as 17779 Main St.), sell for 1.8 percent less. Oddly, houses with just 7 as their number sell for 1.8 percent more than the estimated sale price.
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White is not at all what Pasadena, Calif., homeowners Karen and Brian Frid-Madden wanted. They envisioned an almost Alice in Wonderland-like gathering place for their two small daughters. They are also huge fans of the work of Mexican architect Luis Barragan (known for expansive planes of color even on the facades of buildings), so color fit right in.
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