Does Your New Home Reflect Your Cachet?


We have a new first family in the White House, a symbol for our country that is not typically altered – or is it? As the previous first family exits, the staff has approximately 5 hours to ensure that the incoming first family feels at home, meaning their personalities are reflected, the adjustable interiors of the White House are altered to suite the family dynamic, and every effort is made to ensure they feel comfortable. Even in the Oval Office, the rug is removed to be placed in the presidential library, and a new rug placed for the incoming president.

The outside can be altered; e.g., Michelle Obama’s garden, so that the new first family showcases their style and grace. If the White House can be altered to reflect the style of the new first family, think of all the items that can be adjusted in your new home to showcase your distinct design, starting with the outside of your home.

A beautiful, upscale home is marked not only by distinctive architectural elements, but also by a well-groomed exterior, complete with beautiful foliage, attractive furniture, and well-maintained walking paths, all of which join to create a cohesive, sophisticated look that instantly catches the eyes (and envy) of a passerby.

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