Once I had the condo emptied of all it's contents, it took 3 truck loads, it was time to make it beautiful.
I had the carpet steam cleaned. Then the painters came in and gave the entire place a fresh coat of paint. I picked one of my favorite colors, Wickham Gray. With it's soft gray/blue tones, it makes you feel as if you're up in the clouds. After the painting new windows were installed.
Next, it was time to tackle the kitchen.
The appliances were removed and the cabinets demolished.
Since the space was small, I wanted to keep it as light and bright as possible. I had white shaker cabinets made by Wolf installed.
I also had a new wood-look laminate floor put down, as well as replacing the broken pantry doors.
A quartz counter that had the look of marble was a perfect match for the cabinets.
Next, I picked out a gorgeous KitchenAid appliance package. I love the satin textured handles on these pieces!
Here's the kitchen BEFORE:
Here's the kitchen AFTER:
Once all the work was done and the whole place scrubbed clean, I took photographs for the Multiple Listing Service. The condo went on the market on a Friday. The property showed all weekend and I had a packed open house on Sunday. We received multiple offers and on Wednesday my client accepted an offer that was well over our asking price! We're now under contract.