Peace and Pine Designs Vows to Continue Offering Unmatched Interior Design Services in Powell

Peace and Pine Designs Vows to Continue Offering Unmatched Interior Design Services in Powell

Peace and Pine Designs has announced that it would continue offering unmatched interior design services in Powell. The team, which prides in services that are second to none believes that this will always transform local’s homes to make them beautiful and presentable. Currently, the staff specializes in interior design services that cover the whole of the Powell region.

Powell, OH – Peace and Pine Designs, a team of skilled professionals based in Powell has assured its clients that it would continue offering unmatched interior design services to their homes. Since its inception, the group has consistently provided top-notch design service and complete makeover that is second to none in the area. The team has always been a staunch believer of quality services and has always ensured that clients get what they envision. The designer offers services that are nothing short of efficient and can transform any home into a haven.

Peace and Pine Designs is a full-interior design team that is based in Powell, OH. The interior design company in Powell specialize mainly in pocket-friendly and full-interior design services that are comparable to none in the area. The professionals offer consulting, project coordination, la carte and e-design. Additionally, the interior

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Calgary real estate forecast to continue strong sales momentum, even see slight price growth

It won’t be a banner year for real estate in Calgary, but according to the city’s association of realtors, 2021 will likely be marked by more balance among buyers and sellers.

a person holding a cell phone: Calgary Real Estate Board chief economist Ann-Marie Lurie expects home sales to increase by five per cent over 2021.

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Calgary Real Estate Board chief economist Ann-Marie Lurie expects home sales to increase by five per cent over 2021.

That’s good — but not great — news, according to the Calgary Real Estate Board’s CEO and president Alan Tennant.

“It’s human nature that we find optimism,” he said recently about what he’s heard among the board’s more than 5,000 members.

Optimism does not quite “capture the mood. I think everybody is more concerned,” he adds.

Cautious optimism better reflects the key thrust of the Calgary Real Estate Board 2021 Forecast, released Tuesday.

It forecast the benchmark price of a home in Calgary will increase by one per cent this year over 2020. While modest, it would be notable, marking the first year of positive price growth since 2015.

CREB chief economist Ann-Marie Lurie explained sales growth momentum from the second half of 2020, which outpaced sales data from the last few years, should continue into the first few months of 2021.

“But listings will

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In Florida, Historic Hotels Continue to Delight Thanks to Timeless Design

“From the moment Andrew and I purchased The Colony Palm Beach, we wanted to restore the lobby back to its original glamorous stature,” Colony co-owner Sarah Wetenhall says of herself and her husband. “Hospitality is all about first impressions…[and] I had this dream of visually immersing our guests in the Colony experience in a truly unique way.” 

Although the Wetenhalls went about this by installing a perfectly pink custom de Gournay wallpaper mural (more on that later), they’re not alone in partaking in what seems to be a Floridan hotel renaissance. Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and its notably high rates in the Sunshine State, a slew of hospitality ventures are piquing interest and turning heads—thanks in no small part to their emphases on historic design.

A newly aqua-tinged space inside the Fisher Island Club.

Photo: Courtesy of the Fisher Island Club

On Fisher Island, designer Adriana Hoyos has been hard at work on the resort component of the Fisher Island Club after recently completing a series of refreshed common spaces within the famously exclusive members-only social club. Notably, the Vanderbilt Mansion is the keystone of the property. “I wanted to know a little bit about its history,” she says

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Home Depot and Lowe’s are Having Huge Years: Can the Growth Continue?

2020 has been a hugely successful year for home improvement retail giants Home Depot (NYSE:HD) and Lowe’s (NYSE:LOW). Both have seen revenue and net income grow by double digits as millions of homeowners have found themselves spending substantially more time in their homes during the coronavirus pandemic. But will the strong results continue? It’s less clear in the near term, especially with coronavirus vaccines now starting to be distributed. The same people who spent big on home improvement in 2020 might be more likely to spend their disposable income on travel and leisure in the future. 

On the Nov. 6 edition of “The Wrap” on Motley Fool Live, host Jason Hall makes the case that strong home sales often indicate good business prospects for home improvement. See his discussion with Motley Fool and Millionacres contributor Tyler Crowe editor Millionacres editor Deidre Woollard below. 


Jason Hall: They say that home sales is a leading indicator for home improvement stores. We’ve seen Home Depot and Lowe’s have just crushed it, their comps are double-digit now. Just insane the comps that they’ve delivered. My question is we have all this high demand, is pent-up demand for new homes that’s happening.


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3 Home Improvement Stocks Poised to Continue Winning Streak in 2021

The year 2020 was majorly characterized by stay-at-home and social-distancing practices, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. The increased time spent indoors led many individuals to focus on making homes a comfortable and enjoyable space. In fact, revamping interiors to adapt with work-from-home and remote schooling needs were widely undertaken. Inclination toward home renovation and maintenance projects played out as an upside for several companies in the home improvements space. Moreover, the housing market witnessed higher home buying activities amid the pandemic. This also turned out to be an advantage for companies catering to home improvements needs.

But now that vaccinations are picking up pace, social distancing norms are expected to subside eventually. This is likely to lead to more time being spent outdoors for work, socializing and entertainment needs. As a result, home-renovation projects are anticipated to decline from the current high levels. Nevertheless, industry experts opine that not all pandemic-led favorable impacts will fade in 2021. They believe that work-from-home practices are likely to remain a prominent feature in 2021 as well. Also, many are likely to continue with their interests in keeping homes well maintained.

Additionally, home improvement retailers are expected to keep gaining from rapid urbanization trends.

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