Get to Know Becky!
Born and raised in Cumberland, MD, Becky graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Marketing. An entrepreneur since 1993, she has been intimately involved in multiple aspects of real estate. For over a decade, Becky has led marketing efforts and event planning committees as an executive board member of local organizations such as Main Street Morgantown and the Greater Morgantown Convention of Visitors Bureau. When she isn't working she enjoys spending time with her 3 daughters, taking long walks with Kalie, her Golden Retriever, and creating new recipes for her friends and family. She brings the same areas of expertise from her collective business, marketing, and community service experiences to her clients when they are buying or selling their properties.
Helpful Home Hints!
Looking for the Ultimate Greige Paint Color?
Clients are always asking the best color to paint their walls to attract new buyers. As we’ve seen the trend in the last few years, transition from neutral beige and tans have now switched to all ranges of gray. Two of my favorite go to interior colors are Kilim Beige and Agreeable Gray, both made by Sherwin Williams. Both blend beige and gray together, and their mixture is transitional magic! They complement both cool tones and warm undertones throughout the space. Everything comes together, pulling hues from flooring, furniture, window treatments, area rugs, accent pieces, wall hangings, etc… And for the perfect texture, my go choice is egg shell. Be sure to let your paint professional know your subject project to advise you on your best paint texture selection.
2020 New Year, New Color!
The New Pantone Color for 2020! The Pantone Color Institute has announced the color of the year is Classic Blue! Here are some tips about using this color in your home décor. Decorating with Classic Blue is often seen in more traditional home décor setting but it can also feel modern and fresh, depending on the material and colors which it is paired with. Whether part of a graphic pattern, infused into accessories or art work, Classic Blue can be incorporated in many different ways. It’s not hard to make a solid and timeless choice. Consider using it in accessories such as toss pillows, throws, art work, area rugs and accent furniture such as side chairs.
Tips for using Classic Blue:
1. Mingle blue accents through elements such as rugs, accent walls and furniture.
2. Look to accessories such as toss pillows, throws and cases to infuse Classic Blue into any space.
3. Don’t be afraid to pair it with lighter shades of blue.
4. Pair Classic Blue with neutral colors to create a sense of contrast such as white, taupe and gray.
5. Consider using Classic Blue as a foundation color. It can be used as a base color; similar to black or brown.
Souce: klmproperties.com/updates/new-year-new-color- Kathy L. Martin, Broker/Owner Licensed WV/PA
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