November 2017

Principles of Good Garden Design

Posted on Nov 18, 2017 in General

the four elements

Great gardens don’t happen by accident. They are the result of good planning that relies on the key elements of design: unity and harmony, proportion and scale, mass and space, and texture and pattern. A good designer will effectively use these elements to make a pleasing composition.


There are many ways to achieve...

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SOLD - Varsity Townhome

Posted on Nov 15, 2017

Should I be cheesy and say location, location, location?  Just thinking out loud here, but one of the most attractive qualities of this townhome is the amazing location.  Walking distance to Brentwood C-Train station, UofC, the Children's Hospital and Market Mall.  
If you or anyone you know is looking for a home with this kind of location, feel free to...

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SOLD - Renovated Home In Willow Park

Posted on Nov 14, 2017

This wonderfully renovated home in Willow Park has now sold!  For those of you that feel yo may have missed out, send me a quick message at and I will find you something else to fall in love with!

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Modern Updates Make a Southern Home Timeless

Posted on Nov 12, 2017 in General

Classic Character

The city of Decatur, Georgia, is a suburb of Atlanta that has a traditional small-town atmosphere with tree-lined streets, parks, playing fields, and even a community bandstand in the town square. There are libraries, colleges, and a walkable downtown area with shops and restaurants. Just minutes east of the cultural and economic c...

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New Listing - Executive Bungalow in Willow Park

Posted on Nov 07, 2017 in Listings

After many years of selling Real Estate, I am always surprised that the number of homes on the market where unfinished projects are waiting for buyers.  That is not the kind of home will find her at 9971 Warren Rd in Willow Park.  
If you are looking for a turn key home, look no further. From the amazing kitchen renovation to the fully finished basemen...

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Respect for Architecture and Attention to Detail Revive an English Tudor Kitchen

Posted on Nov 05, 2017 in General


“Can you do a black kitchen?” Mario J. Mulea laughs as he recalls the first words the homeowner spoke to him. The homeowner had just stepped into the showroom for Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly (, a firm serving the Long Island area of New York where Mulea works as a kitchen designer. As an experienced interior design...

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