• The Agency Founder Mauricio Umansky Talks The Real Estate Firm’s Global Expansion And What’s Next
    Real Estate

    The Agency Founder Mauricio Umansky Talks The Real Estate Firm’s Global Expansion And What’s Next

    Before Mauricio Umansky founded The Agency in 2011, he was one of the country’s highest-producing realtors. At one point The Wall Street Journal recognized him as the #3 agent in the U.S. and #1 in California when he was with his brother-in-law Rick Hilton’s firm, Hilton & Hyland. Mauricio Umansky and wife, Kyle Richards, at a new Agency office opening. The Agency “The industry used to be archaic—nobody had redefined it in a long, long time,” Umansky tells Forbes. “The real estate industry was certainly lagging, and technology has not really been brought into the business when I started. We were still looking at MLS and the real estate inventory…

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  • 12 above the bed decor ideas for the blank space over a bed
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    12 above the bed decor ideas for the blank space over a bed

    Join our newsletter Get the best home decor ideas, DIY advice and project inspiration straight to your inbox! Thank you for signing up to Realhomes. You will receive a verification email shortly. There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again. By submitting your information you agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy and are aged 16 or over. Above the bed decor ideas can solve that tricky problem of how to deal with that space between the top of your headboard and the ceiling. Depending on how high they are, this could be a deep space.  When it comes to bedroom ideas, decorating over the…

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  • Decoration: three colorful indoor plants that you will want to have
    Bathroom

    Decoration: three colorful indoor plants that you will want to have

    If you are a fan of decorate with plantsYou are going to love these varieties. In addition to bringing life, helping to purify the air, connecting us with nature and being an inexpensive way to transform a room, these plants have the added bonus that their colored leaves attract attention. we show you original three species that you will want to add to your home to renew the environment and the care that each one needs: I also read: Five perfect plants for indoors (which also help purify the air) Calathea Indoor plants with colored leaves. (Photo Florencia Vigilante) There is a great variety of calatheas or calatheas, which differ…

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  • Why Designers Think Wellness Rooms Could Replace Home Gyms
    Home Improvement

    Why Designers Think Wellness Rooms Could Replace Home Gyms

    Photo credit: Stephen Kent Johnson “Hearst Magazines and Yahoo may earn commission or revenue on some items through the links below.” There’s nothing like a pandemic to both overhaul our lives and cause us to rethink them entirely. Even now, many of the pandemic habits we picked up over these last few years and life changes we originally thought were temporary—like hybrid schedules and home offices—have managed to remain in our present-day lives. Interior designers have especially noticed a shift in needs, desires, and schedules during the pandemic. Marilyne Damour of Damour Drake, a design firm based in the Hudson Valley, is one of many designers who were hard at…

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  • How to create your own Japanese-style garden | News
    Garden

    How to create your own Japanese-style garden | News

    Noted for its minimalist style, natural landscape and tranquil nature, the Japanese garden is as much art as it is science. To the untrained eye, the evergreens, rocks, pebbles, sand, ponds and waterfalls, and other common Japanese design elements may appear to be randomly placed in the garden, but everything — including the tree branches — serves a purpose. Every tree and shrub is purposely pruned in a way that leaves openings to allow the eye to see farther into the garden; and rocks, while solid, should be dynamic and positioned to lead the eye to the garden’s focal point, explained Mark Bourne, a noted expert in Japanese garden design…

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