Nichole Mickelson's Blog

Posted on 07/25/2021
Home Design: Tech Trends to Watch
Photo by Sound On from Pexels Adoption of new technology has always been crucial to the success of architectural design and construction. Ever since the invention of the wheel, humans have been developing new and creative ways to improve their processes and their outcomes. Today, the increased accessibility and popularity of technological enhancement in our daily lives has...
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Posted on 07/18/2021
Tips for Saving Energy in Your Kitchen
Cooking or baking, refrigerating food and running the dishwasher all contribute to the amount of energy your home uses overall. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, refrigerators use the highest amount of energy in household kitchens. While large appliances require more energy, lighting and other sources of energy, such as water heating, also factor into your total...
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Posted on 07/17/2021
5703 E Irish Place, Centennial, CO 80112 is now new to the market!
Welcome home! This charming turn key home features 3 bedrooms 4 bathrooms with a finished basement. As soon as you walk through the front door you are comforted by all of the natural light. This spacious home has tons to offer you! Features two living rooms, a formal dining room and a beautifully updated kitchen that is waiting for you to prepare your favorite dishes. Once you step through the sliding glass door to outside you walk into your own paradise with beautiful private deck and yard that is perfect for entertaining and barbecues…. Or just to relax (Trex Deck and pergola top were replaced in 2020). Make your way upstairs into the...
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Posted on 07/11/2021
Transform Your Coat Closet Into a Useful Space
Image by JUNO KWON from Pixabay For years people have mistakenly believed that their coat closets have one purpose and one purpose only: to store coats that were not being used. However, thanks to the ingenuity and creativity of modern homeowners people today are finding that these small spaces have much more practical uses. If you no longer...
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Posted on 07/04/2021
DIY Tips for Decorating With Decoupage
If you’re wanting a fun and inexpensive way to create custom home decor, search no further than decoupage. Decoupage is the art of gluing layers of paper to other surfaces to achieve unique designs and textures. All you need to get into decoupage is a good paint brush and a jar of Mod Podge or other decoupage glue....
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Posted on 06/27/2021
Open House Etiquette for Homebuyers
Image by Agover from Pixabay Where do you start when you first consider purchasing a home? Buyers who are new to the real estate market may not know exactly what they want in a house or where they want to live. While the dream homes found online, in magazines, and on your favorite television show are great resources...
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Posted on 06/20/2021
Should You Keep Houseplants in Your Bathroom?
Most popular houseplants are native to tropical climates, which might make your bathroom seem like a perfect fit. While the warmth and humidity from baths and showers is perfect for many varieties of plant, there are some other factors that come into play. Here we will go over the key things to consider when deciding what plants to...
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Posted on 06/13/2021
How Does Selling Through an Agent Compare with FSBO?
Photo by Paul Velgos via Shutterstock If you’ve never sold a home, you might not understand the complexities of what your agent provides for you. You could be tempted to sell your home on your own. After all, with the availability of the Internet, how hard could it be? According to most research, FSBO (For Sale by Owner)...
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Posted on 06/06/2021
What It Costs to Sell Your Home: Closing Costs for Sellers
Photo by Burst from Pexels In real estate, closing cost refers to the total amount of money due at time of purchase. This cost is usually equal to a small percentage of the total purchase price but can vary based on state, county and other factors. Sellers handle a portion of the closing costs which can sometimes be...
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Posted on 05/30/2021
Easy Ways to Improve Your Home's Air Quality
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay Many people suffer from allergy symptoms throughout the year without ever realizing that it's indoor allergens that are triggering them. If you find that you constantly have dry, itchy eyes or you feel like you are constantly sneezing regardless of the season, then you may want to take steps to reduce indoor allergens...
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Posted on 05/23/2021
Should You Replace Your Lawn?
Photo by Karolina Grabowska from Pexels Whether in the front yard or back, a healthy lawn is an ideal many homeowners struggle to maintain. A perfect lawn can be a point of pride, but also a source of frustration. With the increasing focus on environmental consciousness, many homeowners are replacing their lawns with sustainable alternatives. Many of these...
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Posted on 05/16/2021
Home Insurance Tips for Homebuyers
Image by designer491 from Shutterstock If you purchase a new home, you will need to purchase homeowner’s insurance. If you’ve never owned a home before, you may not realize all the factors that go into the cost of insurance. When looking for a home, it’s easy to get caught up in the house’s structural design, the marble countertops,...
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