Design Expert, Andrew Pike recently featured Taymor on The Marilyn Denis Show in a “Design Statement Front Doors” segment, which reveals some of Pike’s favorite quick fixes and design tips. Learn how to accessorize your front door and get a designer look without breaking the bank as Pike discusses the importance of color, lighting, plants and above all—how hardware and accessories can make your home shine.
Roz Weston — of ET Canada — and his girlfriend Katherine, wanted to turn their 70s style cottage into a dream vacation property. In order to bring their dated design into the new millennium, the couple enlisted master renovator Scott McGillivray, of HGTV’s Income Property, to turn their decades-old interior into a luxury family retreat. We are proud to have Taymor signature door hardware featured on the show. We are big fans of the industrial farmhouse chic design and love Roz and Katherine’s story about escaping the city to slow down and reconnect with family.
Spring is in the air which means we can look forward to warmer weather, longer days and a hot real estate market. If you’re looking to list this spring, or just do some reno’s, here are some simple things you can do to boost your home’s value, without breaking the bank.
Income Property fans will see innovative new door hardware from Taymor on multiple episodes this season, as the show returns with a bang February 26th on HGTV at 9pm ET/PT. The show features handyman and real estate expert Scott McGillivray, who will be back to help eager home hunters find their ideal investment property. Watch for Taymor’s new Hint of Black collection amongst other top-selling Taymor products, as McGillivray plans and executes mindblowing renovations that provide long-term rental solutions for property investors.
Your home’s exterior is the first feature guests see. Considering you only have one chance to
make a first impression, the exterior appearance of your home is extremely important. When
walking up to your house it should feel inviting, maintained, and respectful to the aesthetic of
your neighborhood. A house should not stand out for all the wrong reasons. Consider the overall
property, the architecture, and especially, the front door. Make your exterior memorable and
inviting with these four curb appeal-boosting tips.