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George Cooper / February 06,2020

What Makes Sheesham Wood Furniture So Special and Unique? (Pros and Cons Included!)

What Makes Sheesham Wood Furniture So Special and Unique? (Pros and Cons Included!)

If you have recently bought a new apartment, chances are, you might contemplate decorating it, or wish to renovate your old house. Whatever may be the reason if you’re thinking of redecorating your place but have no idea where to start, don’t worry. In the upcoming paragraphs, we are going to tell you about how you can decorate your place with amazing furniture. 
Yes! Furniture makes all the difference, no matter how much you decorate your walls and other areas, a home is never gets completed without having some comfortable furniture. Right? 
So today, in this blog, we are telling you about the wood furniture. When it comes to that, there are many options in wood, from which you can select any, but if you want a luxury looking one, then go for Sheesham wood furniture! 
Yes, it is the perfect way to bring the hotel vibe or the glamorous vibe, which is absolutely fantastic. Isn’t it? But not all woods have the capability to deliver these vibes, only Sheesham wood has it!
Still thinking about that, so keep on reading as in this blog, we’re giving you all the information about this fabulous wood. 
What is Sheesham Wood?
“The scientific name of Sheesham wood is “ Dalbergia sissoo,” which is also commonly known as Indian rosewood”. The wood is obtained from the Penny leaf tree or Sheesham tree, which was exclusively grown in India previously, but nowadays, you’ll find this magnificent tree in many countries like Africa, the United States, and Australia. 
What Makes Sheesham Wood Furniture So Special and Unique? (Pros and Cons Included!)
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George Cooper / January 21,2020

What Should Real Estate Agents Know About the Millennial Market?

What Should Real Estate Agents Know About the Millennial Market?

What Should Real Estate Agents Know About the Millennial Market?The Millennial generation is no longer comprised of college students. The generation that was born between 1981 and 1996 is now in their 20s to their late 30s, and this demographic is either already part of the homebuying market or on the cusp of entering it.
Millennials are expected to soon outnumber Baby Boomers, and many people in this group are very motivated buyers. They’re also discerning and often have priorities that are different from their predecessors.
From having the right real estate technology to connect with Millennial buyers, to their likes and dislikes in a home, what should agents know in 2020?
Millennials May Take a More Active Role
The way Millennials work with their real estate agent has changed. Millennials are more likely to be active participants in the entire home-buying or selling process, and while they do still prefer working with an agent, many younger buyers take it upon themselves to learn about the market.
Millennials are very tech-savvy, and they want things done quickly as a result of their connection with technology, so as an agent you are likely to be expected to ensure things move along quickly and seamlessly while also keeping your client in the loop throughout the process.
This age group may also be pickier as far as choosing an agent. There was research conducted by Zillow Group which revealed that Baby Boomers who wanted to buy a home interviewed an average of 1.6 agents before selecting one to work with while Millennials interviewed an average of 2.7 agents.

George Cooper / January 21,2020

Staircase swing and material details add flair to Highgate house

Staircase swing and material details add flair to Highgate house

Staircase swing and material details add flair to Highgate house
A swing suspended from a floating stair and a spiral staircase of polished plaster are some of the details included by architecture studio Cousins & Cousins in a London house.
Designed for a builder who also acted as the main contractor on the project, Kenwood Lee House is defined by a range of materials and textures including brick, concrete, oak, marble and metal.
Staircase swing and material details add flair to Highgate house
Located in a conservation area, the front elevation’s dimensions and appearance reflect its more traditional neighbours.
In contrast, the rear elevation faces the garden and adjacent woodland with full-height glazing and slim black hardwood shutters.
Staircase swing and material details add flair to Highgate house

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