Mark J. Pelow

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According to Architectural Wood Designs , as the balance of home inventories in America tip from a seller's to a buyer's market, more and more home owners are considering ways to make their home more distinctive and help them stand head-and-shoulders above the rest.

Curb appeal is a key, but it doesn't stop at the curb. Home buyers and visitors notice little details - from a well-kept yard to high-end flooring and woodwork. Those looking to sell their home in 2007 can attract increased buyer attention by installing an upscale mantle and crown moulding, for example.
"With sub-prime foreclosure effects just starting to hit the real estate market and the quantity of homes entering foreclosure this year slated to exceed one million, home sellers are going to find it difficult to return a satisfactory profit without adding fine touches that set their home apart from the competition," states Kim Vedros, Founder and President of Architectural Wood Designs. "Fine, hand-carved woodwork and crown moulding can truly make a difference."

"Turn cabinets into personalized furniture for the home," explains James Carey, co-host of the Springfield, Missouri home improvement radio show 'On the House with the Carey Brothers'. "Cabinetry embellishments are the secret to an elegantly appointed kitchen. Consider adding a selection of large and small scroll corbels, split turning spools, French legs or decorative rosettes to kitchen cabinetry. These pieces add an extra element of detail, texture and character to base and wall cabinets."

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According to Architectural Wood Designs , as the balance of home inventories in America tip from a seller's to a buyer's market, more and more home owners are considering ways to make their home more distinctive and help them stand head-and-shoulders above the rest.

Curb appeal is a key, but it doesn't stop at the curb. Home buyers and visitors notice little details - from a well-kept yard to high-end flooring and woodwork. Those looking to sell their home in 2007 can attract increased buyer attention by installing an upscale mantle and crown moulding, for example.
"With sub-prime foreclosure effects just starting to hit the real estate market and the quantity of homes entering foreclosure this year slated to exceed one million, home sellers are going to find it difficult to return a satisfactory profit without adding fine touches that set their home apart from the competition," states Kim Vedros, Founder and President of Architectural Wood Designs. "Fine, hand-carved woodwork and crown moulding can truly make a difference."

"Turn cabinets into personalized furniture for the home," explains James Carey, co-host of the Springfield, Missouri home improvement radio show 'On the House with the Carey Brothers'. "Cabinetry embellishments are the secret to an elegantly appointed kitchen. Consider adding a selection of large and small scroll corbels, split turning spools, French legs or decorative rosettes to kitchen cabinetry. These pieces add an extra element of detail, texture and character to base and wall cabinets."

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