M A R J O R I E S C O O L E R
Committed to offering distinctive, inspired interior redesign, decorating,
room makeovers & home staging service - "Marjorie Scooler, owner
of Familiar Elegance of Charleston, SC will save you money and help
eliminate your stress."
Marjorie Scooler of Charleston, SC is a member of the prestigious Real Estate Staging Association (RESA). As the owner of Famiiiar Elegance since 1997, Marjorie is an expert in room makeovers, interior decorating, redesign, and home staging (also known as a "Move-In Miracle", "using what you already own decorating", and "One-day decorating"). She has appeared in two episodes of Home and Garden TV (HGTV) - Decorating Cents as well as having been featured twice in the Sunday Home Section of Charleston's Post & Courier.
P.O. Box 1679 Charleston, SC 29402 843-958-0808
TEN DECORATING TIPS / SECRETS
1. Painting Rooms ... angles & slanted ceilings,
treat that area as a wall - will make the room
2. Decorate Naturally ... Something as simple as an
oddly shaped tree branch found on a hike could
easily become a unique sculptural centerpiece ...
use in a vase...place on a mantle, side table, or floor.
3. "Rule of 3"... Odd numbers in arrangement /
accessories - more pleasing to look at than
4. Liven Up with Art / Picture Arrangement ...
Hang Art / Pictures low enough to complement
furniture. Hanging pictures at eye level only in a
hallway or art gallery.
5. Consider the 5th Wall ... Paint the Ceiling -
Don't dismiss the the ceilng with a coat or two of
white paint. Pick a predominant color from the
room or same color and paint the ceiling.
Never Underestimate the Power of Color.
For more information on how your home
P.O. Box 1679 / Charleston, SC 29402 / 843.958.0808
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can have a Dramatic New Look, contact :
Marjorie A. Scooler, RESA
6. " The Bowling Alley Affect"... Do Not line
furniture along wall - move furniture into room.
7. Accent Color ... Use black to create Drama /
Sophistication - e.g., black lamp shade or
8. 5 Senses ... Incorporate in the room: Sight -
Sound - Smell - Taste - Touch.
9. Focal Point ... Most prominent elements of a
room - e.g. fireplace, a large piece of furniture,
or view out the windows. Furniture should be
arranged around or facing focal point.
10. "Wow" Factor ... Add humor / or a surprise - to a
room - will create interest and put a "zing"
to the room.
My loveable Ragdoll cat, Nicole's happy face.