[조이스 김 부동산 칼럼] LESS IS MORE  

[조이스 김 부동산 칼럼] LESS IS MORE

최근 미국 부동산협회 뉴스레터 셀러 정보 중에 ‘Less Is Better’라는 글이 흥미있어 간략하게 소개한다.전문가가 자신있게 답하는 셀러들의 가장 선호하는 리모델 부분은 뭐니뭐니 해도 부엌을 빼놓을 수 없다. 전문가 들에 의하면 리모델시 유명 셰프가 쓰는 최고급 유명 브렌드 라인의 픽스처로 꾸밀수도 있겠으나, 신뢰도가 있는 적당한 브랜드로 간다고 해도 집을 파는 데 문제가 없다.

그러나 변색되고 더렵혀진 카페트와 산만하고 터질듯한 옷장, 어지러운 신발장, 온 집안의 넘치는 물건들의 모습은 공간을 어둡고 답답하게 할 뿐 아니라 바이어에게 부정적인 인상을 심어 주게 되어 그 집에서 도망치고 싶은 마음을 줄 수가 있다.

또한 훌륭하고 준비된 바이어가 나타났을 때 너무 많은 옷으로 인해 감당할 수 없는 옷장과 차고로 인해 좋은 기회를 놓칠 수도 있다.

셀러가 돈을 투자하지 않고 가장 큰 효과를 보고 싶다면 쓰지 않는 물건은 먼저 모두 정리하여 박스에 잘 보관해 최대한 넓은 공간이 되도록 해야 한다. 집에 어울리는 트렌디한 디자인은 필수다.

브로커와 상의해 소수의 결정된 물건만 배치하되, 청소 만큼은 밝고, 청결하게 해 아늑하고 넓으며 밝은 분위기를 창출해야 한다.

집이 작으면 작은대로 돈을 들이지 않고 충분히 단장 할수 있다. 집이 저택이라면 저렴한 가격의 전문 스태이징도 가능하며 혹은 브로커와 상의 하면 얼마든지 돈을 들이지 않아도 쇼케이스할 완벽한 준비를 할수 있다. 그저 정리된 마음처럼 마음을 비우듯 쓰시지 않는 물건은 집에서 과감하게 비워야 한다.

여기서 중요한 포인트는 완벽하게 정리된 아주 넓은 공간 창출이다.

책은 책장에 잘 정리하여 트렌디하게 보이게 하며, 추억이 가득 담긴 수년 동안 모아 왔던 기념품, 장난감, 사진 등은 모두 임시 철수를 시켜야 하므로 박스 안으로 차곡차곡 정리 해야만 한다.

차고 넘치는 물건도 임시 철수하는 것이 집의 가치를 높이는 길이다.

브로커와 상의하면 전문적인 청소부터 스태이징, 작은 업그레이드(페인트, 파세트 갈기, 문 손잡이 바꾸기 등등)까지 일사천리로 진행이 된다.

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 The Central Garden at the Getty Center is an evolving work of art, with tree-lined walkways that lead visitors through extraordinary sights, sounds, and scents.

More than 500 varieties of plant material are used in the landscaping of the Central Garden.

The Getty Center features several gardens and fountains, and landscaping for public enjoyment, including a cactus garden at the South Promontory, fountains in the Museum Courtyard and the Tram Arrival Plaza, shaded hideaways, and spectacular views of the Santa Monica Mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and Los Angeles.

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The Central Garden, created by artist Robert Irwin, lies at the heart of the Getty Center.
The Central Garden, created by artist Robert Irwin, lies at the heart of the Getty Center.

The Central Garden, created by artist Robert Irwin, lies at the heart of the Getty Center. The 134,000-square-foot design features a natural ravine and tree-lined walkway that leads the visitor through an extraordinary experience of sights, sounds, and scents.

The walkway traverses a stream that winds through a variety of plants and gradually descends to a plaza where bougainvilleaarbors provide scale and a sense of intimacy. Continuing through the plaza, the stream cascades over a stone waterfall or “chadar,” into a pool with a floating maze of azaleas. Specialty gardens encircle the pool. All of the foliage and materials of the garden have been selected to accentuate the interplay of light, color, and reflection.

The natural ravine and tree-lined walkway that leads the visitor to a central clearing.
The natural ravine and tree-lined walkway that leads the visitor to a central clearing.

Irwin began planning the Central Garden in 1992, as a key part of the Getty Center project. Since the Center opened in 1997, the Central Garden has evolved as its plants have grown and been trimmed. New plants are constantly being added to the palette. Irwin’s statement “Always changing, never twice the same” is carved into the plaza floor, reminding visitors of the ever-changing nature of this living work of art.

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 This 45-minute site tour explores the legacy of the Getty Center’s groundbreaking architecture from concept to construction to its opening in 1997. Meet outside the Museum entrance on the bench at the top of the stairs.

 

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The J. Paul Getty Museum commonly referred to as the Getty, is an art museum in California housed on two campuses: the Getty Center and Getty Villa

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Michelangelo to Degas: Major New Acquisitions
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The Getty Museum recently made one of the most significant acquisitions in its history, consisting of sixteen drawings and a painting from a private collection. The group features works by many of the most celebrated draftsmen in the history of European art, including Michelangelo, Andrea del Sarto, Domenico Tiepolo, G…
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Robert Polidori: 20 Photographs of the Getty Museum, 1997
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Acclaimed photographer Robert Polidori (Canadian-American-French, born 1951), known for his images of architecture and human habitats, created a series of images of the Getty Center shortly before the opening of the multipurpose complex in 1997. Organized to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Center, this exhib…
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