DesignSnarr | Photographer & Interior Designer in Topeka and Lawrence KS
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DesignSnarr | Photographer & Interior Designer in Topeka and Lawrence KS DesignSnarr Photographer & Interior Designer in Topeka and Lawrence KS Search Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Home About Me Contact Interior Design Photography The Value of Good Real Estate Photography Posted on January 21, 2016 by admin Reply Your house is on the market and you would like it to sell. Quickly. For as much money as possible, right? Turns out using professional photos is not only a good idea, but it’s a good idea for your bottom line. Listings with photographs typically sell for higher than those without. In short? Schedule a session with me today! My fee is very affordable and could help you get more for your home! We’ve all seen the bad photos. The photos of a corner of a blank room, with no hints or suggestions of the rest of the space. The poorly lit dark shot, or the over exposed blown out shot. Misrepresenting the space can kill a potential showing. Often showings lead to a sale, but sometimes hearts and minds can be won without setting foot on the property in this digital age. Why settle for mediocre shots when those very pictures could sell your home? Or a listing without photos is kind of like buying/reviewing a car you’ve never sat in, viewed, or drove. Going off of a purely physical description could be disastrous. That lovely corner lot with great views could be a horrendously painted house with great views…of the busiest street in town. Basically, it breaks down this way, represent your home thoroughly with great pictures and you’ll not only help sell it, but for possibly more than you’d get without photos. Besides, the more eyeballs you can draw to your listing online or in person is a GOOD thing. Here’s an article detailing what I’ve covered: What’s the Value in Real Estate Photography? How About 3.9 Percent! Check out my Photography page for a few examples of homes I’ve done. Or better yet, send me an email and I can show you some more! ~Jen Posted in Photography | Tagged agent, agents, asking price, buyers, closing, commission, listings, photography, photos, pics, professional, real estate, residential, sale, sell, sellers | Leave a reply Bed Project Posted on July 21, 2014 by admin Reply I attempted to throw myself into the DIY arena with a project for my toddler daughter. She needed to transition out of her toddler bed/crib into a real “big girl bed.” Luckily, I have a wonderful mother in law who still had her bed from her childhood stored away in their attic. Score! A traditional iron bed with a screen headboard and footboard panel with a lovely medallion in the center. My designer brain said it would work if I could paint it. *gasp* Paint an antique????!?! Are you nutty? Yup… the original finish was rubbing off and brown…all brown. Not good. If I was going for a country/shabby chic look for her room I might have painted it white and distressed/beat it up to have some of that brown show through. No, I had in mind to work with the colors in her room. Warm French Gray and Deep Pink. Yes, I said pink. I went with the idea for her room of pink accents. I decided to paint the walls gray with alternating glossy and flat stripes of the same color. I think it turned out great and it will give her the flexibility to change all the other colors in her room without messing with the hours I spent painstakingly taping and painting her walls. We can take bets on how long that’ll last. Back to the bed. In my haste to finish it for her birthday in two days I didn’t prime it like I would recommend and would have liked to. I went through about 6+ cans of Krylon’s Mambo Pink. Perfect magenta pink that apparently only a few places in town sells (not good when you run out on a Sunday with only a small bit left!!!). Here’s what I did and the result: Steel wool and water. I cleaned it up as best as I could and wiped off any excess moisture/dirt. I used left over wall paint on the mesh panels at each end. I used a craft sponge roller to save time and give a bit of uniformity ( I did NOT want brush strokes). I taped off the gray wall paint on the panel only leaving the medallions exposed. Pink paint. I tried my best to fumigate my garage with as much pink as I could uniformly get on the bed. As an amateur DIY’er I will not attest to being good at this yet. I would like to get a bit glossier finish, but I think it turned out pretty good! Clear coat everything. I would not have used wall paint on metal if I didn’t intend on sealing it with clear coat. We will see how well it holds up in the long run!! If not we’ll repaint when her color choices become more mature! Please excuse my last minute phone pictures! Better pics to come when the room is more finished! What do you think of my weekend warrior project? I would love your feedback and your stories! Have a great week!! **UPDATE: As of the start of 2016 the bed is still holding up great! Her room has changed quite a bit and I will get on posting an up to date photo very soon! Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged antique, birthday, crafty, DIY, furniture, little girls room, metal bed, refinish, spray paint, toddler, tutorial, upcycle | Leave a reply An awesome table and some crafty vases Posted on July 3, 2014 by admin Reply A co-worker shared these nifty vases with me today. What a wonderful concept and execution! To transform something as mundane as pencils into beautiful vases is genius! Pencil Vases! Source: On the note of beautiful genius is this next furniture maker. He takes raw lumber pieces and creates “lakes” and “rivers” using lumber and glass. Gorgeous! Greg Klassen Tables Source: Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged crafty, furniture, pencils, vases | Leave a reply Creativity in Motion Posted on June 20, 2014 by admin Reply Creativity can come in so many forms and through so many types of media. I love to watch artists grow in the media of their choice and would consider myself a borderline music dork/snob. In that vain I wanted to share OK GO’s latest music video. They’re known not only for their music but their innovative and creative music videos. I recommend checking out their latest efforts and then going back and watching the older videos too! Enjoy on this lovely Friday afternoon! ~Jennifer Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged art, creativity, forced perspective, hard work, illusion, innovation, innovative, music, ok go, video, viral | Leave a reply Springtime at last! Posted on March 21, 2014 by admin Reply This winter has been especially long and cold. We’ve had more snow and cold than many can recall in a very long time. Although we all know winter will rear its head a few more times before we can breathe a pollinated sigh of relief, spring is definitely in the air. After a slew of colds in my family, I am beyond ready to leave this season behind. I’ve been in my newer job for around six months now and am happy to be playing an active role in the design process for our customers. Springtime is a time when remodels and projects start to pick up. My own included! From a foyer repainting, a fireplace makeover, and *fingers crossed* a bathroom remodel. What projects are you thinking of undertaking this spring? A pic from last spring. I cannot wait til things turn this beautiful!! Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Showhouse Wrap Up Posted on June 14, 2013 by admin Reply So the 2013 ERC Designer Show house wrapped up at the end of May and the home is back to its owners. What an exciting and wonderful opportunity it was! The Kemper’s were exceptionally helpful and involved home owners who put as much sweat equity into this project as the designers did. Tarah and JB could be found at the home working on their room or helping with others on any number of days and at all hours. Even better is that they were approachable and in great humor through-out the whole time. As you may know, Jan Hutt and I tackled the lower level guest bedroom and bath. Jan let me take the design lead at the start and asked for my ideas for the space. I didn’t have much to go on to start ( having come into the project after its start without the benefit of the client interview to go on) and began at a fabric store browsing for something to catch my eye. I selected about 7 samples to take to Jan and see what we could agree on. She did the same at a local fabric store. We narrowed it down to one fabric each and she presented the two options to the Kempers (The Homeowners). Tarah and JB went with the fabric I chose! That became our jumping off point.The fabric helped us choose our wall color, coordinating window treatments and bedding, and led me to find an extraordinary stencil to use on the main wall. The fabric has a gingko leaf motif, and I found a large scale gingko leaf stencil. Once our base wall color was up and the flooring installed, I spent a good Saturday afternoon stenciling the focal wall. A normally easy process was a little more tedious because at the time, there was no running water in the house! So every time I needed to rinse and clean the stencil, I had to go outside and use the garden hose! Brrrr! Well, it turned out beautifully! I love how it brought movement to the focal wall, and helped bring your eyes upward, making the wall and room seem taller and bigger. Stencils are a great low commitment wall treatment! No worries if you want to change it later, simply paint over it! No wall paper or glue to contend with or clean up! The inspiration fabric was turned into some beautiful bedding that was custom made and sewn by Jan’s sister. Jan found a second hand electric fireplace that we refinished and brought into the space for a little warmth on cooler months. We decided to convert half of the walk in closet to a changing/vanity area. We knew that guests wouldn’t have a lot of long term storage needs. With the adjoining bath being rather tiny, and the only on on the floor, it offers guests more space to get ready or get changed for the pool. That bathroom was tiny and dated. We pulled the old silestone wrap-around counter-top and replaced it with scrap granite. The builder grade cabinet was refinished and roughed up a bit to give it some character. I found some great antique door knobs and repurposed them as great towel holders. Both for the sink side, and for bath towels near the shower. Original Artwork for the spaces came from our friend Gary at Framewoods/ Southwind Gallery and featured Kansas artists. I hope some of you got the chance to visit the home and see our spaces and all the other great rooms of this beautiful home. What you see upon entering the room Check out the re-purposed door knobs as towel hooks! From dated rippled shower to gorgeous clear glass! Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Governor’s Row House Posted on April 27, 2013 by admin Reply I had the pleasure of shooting the listing photos for the Governor’s Row House here in Topeka. It’s an amazing Victorian aged home that has been lovingly updated and cared for. There are great details and I hope this beauty finds a new owner as great as the current one. Governor’s Row House – Topeka Kansas Posted in Photography | Leave a reply 2013 ERC Topeka Showhouse Posted on March 7, 2013 by admin Reply Great news! I had the pleasure of meeting Jan Hutt and she has kindly offered to partner up with me on a guest bedroom and bath in this years Designer Showhouse! I’m super excited to have my Topeka design career take off. I have the lovely Grandmontagne’s from Warehouse 414 ( ) to thank for introducing me to Jan. I’ll try to update as we start planning! Tim and I attended our first “First Fridays” in Kansas City. We toured just a few of their antique and collectible businesses that open exclusively for the first weekend of the month. Lots of amazing items and vintage finds. Definitely something to check out if you are ever in the area. I was also amazed at the items at Retro Inferno in KC ( ) . Amazing original mid century modern pieces and some other beautiful original pieces. I oogled over some Frank Lloyd Wright sofas and an extraordinary dining set. Then we had our KC barbeque fix at Jack Stack’s barbeque. A great weekend enjoying great furniture and food. Check your local scene, I’m sure there are great art scenes during that first weekend of the month! Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Homes, Market, and other happenings Posted on October 16, 2012 by admin Reply Fall is definitely upon us and the colors are stunning! This is officially market week, I wish I could say I could join fellow designers in High Point for the semi annual event. I describe it to friends as the fashion week for furniture and accessories. I’ve received some lovely catalogs and updates from showrooms on what to expect from their new lines. Exciting stuff. I cannot wait to begin helping clients here in Topeka. My husband and I have finally found a home here. We’ve made an offer on a quaint little home and finally had our offer accepted. So, I am happy to have that to look forward to. It’ll be nice to move my family out of the suitcases and into our own home. Not to mention I’m itching to get designing the new spaces too! Of course, I’m eager to give little Grace her own room again. Staying with the in-laws has been a blessing, but as she grows into herself, I want her to have her own room, not a borrowed place in someone else’s. As a reminder it’s a great time to do portraits. Fall offers wonderful light and even better outdoor backgrounds. Think ahead to your holiday cards and book a session today! Family coming for the holidays? Need some decor advice? You don’t have to redo the whole home, book a consultation and work on a schedule that suits you and your family! Slots are filling quickly, book yours today! ? Jenny Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Fall Posted on September 27, 2012 by admin Reply Fall is nearly here everyone! With fall we think not only of the leaves changing outside, and the turn of weather, but the upcoming holidays. It is a great time to plan ahead for your Christmas card with updated family photos! Or plan for those familial get-togethers by updating your spaces!! Have a ghastly dining room that even Grandma seems to abhor? Update it! Big overhauls, or subtle changes, we can help you with it all! Book a consultation today! Spaces are filling quickly! Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a reply Archives January 2016 July 2014 June 2014 March 2014 June 2013 April 2013 March 2013 October 2012 September 2012 Meta Log in Proudly powered by WordPress Whois

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