Date: 10/26/2014 Time: 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM  
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Spectacular opportunity to own this newly remodeled antique colonial home just minutes from north beach granite counter tops new appliances ash hardwood floors 1-1/2 baths with walk in laundry pantry 3 bedrooms,custom craftmanship through out, plenty of storage, newer barn , spacious fenced in back yard with play and garden area, professionally landscaped with private wooded area, schools , library,shopping, beach and highway access close by.

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Many homeowners paint their homes the same: 1 color per room on the walls. Ever wish you could do something different? Maybe you just don’t know what to do, or are not sure about the ideas that you do have looking good in reality. Well there are a few ways that you can spice up the walls (and ceilings!) of your home without needing to e an interior decorator.

Accent Walls
Adding an accent wall can give a room a focal point, help with the flow of color from room to room or add a bit of fun. You can either use a bold color on your accent wall or use a deeper tone of the color on the other walls in the room to create a more subtle look. Having an accent wall in the same color as the adjacent room’s furnishings or fabrics allows for a smooth transition. Your accent wall can also be used to showcase an item, such as a built in bookcase, a piece of art work, or an architectural feature.

Ceiling Color
Not many people think about painting their ceilings but its really a place with a lot of potential. Adding deep warm colors can make a large space feel more cozy, while adding a lighter shade of the wall color can open the space up. You can even add drama to your space with a variety of finishes, glazing and even pattern!

Chalkboard Walls
Get creative with chalkboard paint on a wall, or section of a wall. It can be used for a child’s room to promote creativity, in the office as a calendar, to do list, or message board, or in the kitchen to make a shopping list or menu for the week. However you choose to use it, it’s a fun new way to use paint with a functional use as well.

Wall Finishes
Adding a wall finish is simple and requires little to no artistic ability. Using sponges, paper, cheese cloth, or even specialty paints, you can create a textured look to your wall. Go a step further and add some textured wall paper to the bottom half of your wall with a chair rail above, and paint. Instantly you create a unique look to any room.

There are a variety of ways to create a new look with a little paint, time and creativity. Spicing up the look of your home can be as easy as a texture on a wall, a splash of color on the ceiling or a fun new way to draw on the walls for the kids. Check out your local home improvement store’s paint section for ideas and how to’s!

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