Ronique Gibson, Associate Architect and a LEED Accredited professional, is the authorand creator of a well sought after destination for homeowners - Stagetecture.com. Home enthusiasts check-in daily for help with their homes, DIY Saturday's, recipes, crafts, inspiration and motivation to beautify and enjoy their homes. Stay up-to-date and get inspired to create a beautiful home you can enjoy retreating to daily by signing up for Stagetecture's daily newsletter, tuning in to Stagetecture Radio, or reading her 111 Simple Tips e-book which was featured in Better Homes & Gardens' Kitchen + Baths magazine.

In addition to contributing to Uncle Bob's Get Storganized blog, Ronique has contributed to several top interior design blogs and publications. She is regularly invited to home brand blogger events across the United States and, when not blogging, you can find her co-leading her daughters Girl Scout Troop and spending time with her sons, husband, and cat, Snow.

Featuring Ronique

Simple Home Improvements That Catch A Buyer’s Eye

If you’re selling your home, you’re probably looking for ways to increase your home’s appeal. Luckily, even with a limited budget and a little effort, you can do so. >> Read More

Appealing to Homebuyers Senses to Sell Your Home

When buyers can smell, taste, hear and feel the lifestyle of a seller’s home, they may be more willing to purchase the property. Use these tips to appeal to a…

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Nothing Personal: Home Staging Dos and Don’ts

By removing personal collections, photos, and memorabilia from your home, you’ll make it more appealing to homebuyers by better marketing it as their new home. Continue reading

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Home Staging Tips From A Pro

In today’s real-estate market, home staging is a popular way to increase selling price and decrease time on the market. With these tips, you can stage your home yourself, without…

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Upgrade Your Kitchen and Bath on a Budget

Most homeowners have a room or two they'd like to spruce up and, in most cases, it's either the kitchen or bathroom. Continue reading

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How to Organize Your Home for Back to School Ease

Back-to-school season may mean helping the kids get to the school bus on time or it may mean driving the neighborhood carpool. Either way, your home is going to need…

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