Dianne Masson-Yensen

Sales Representative

Dianne Masson-Yensen
Phone: 613.733.9100
Cell: 613.899.0988
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Ottawa, ON

Corinne Campbell

Sales Representative

Corinne Campbell
Phone: 613.733.9100
Cell: 613.322.9397
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Ottawa, ON

Real estate is much more than room dimensions, bricks and mortar. It's about your life and your dreams. It's about a feeling when you walk through the front door of a home and immediately begin envisioning your life unfolding between its four walls.

Corinne and DiAnne strive to work with each of our clients individually, taking time to understand their unique needs, desires and lifestyle. When you are looking for professionals to assist you in negotiating the complexities of buying or selling a home, you can put your trust in us.  Our experience, dedication and open communication will ensure a successful transaction.
It is incredibly fulfilling to know that we are assisting our clients write a new chapter in their lives.

In addition to our combined experience with helping first-time buyers, foreigh and out-of town buyers and sellers, elderly clients and their family members, Corinne and DiAnne are proud of the additional training and certification they have received from the Seniors Real Estate Specialist Council. 

We look forward to the prospect of working with you. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any additional concerns or questions. It would be our pleasure to help.

Who are we?

Prior to deciding to work in organized real estate, Corinne obtained a degree in Communications from the University of Ottawa and also has a college diploma in Social Sciences. She spent several years working for the federal government subsequent to moving to a private sector real estate marketing company managing new home sales. DiAnne, who also completed her Business degree at the University of Ottawa, had a varied career with the military and international development. Together, we are proud of the success we have had assisting home owners sell and purchasers buy their homes.


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Decorating your walls with style

Walls. Everybody’s got ‘em, but beyond slapping on a coat of paint, not everyone knows what to do with them. Walls are more than just room dividers – they’re a great big canvas that you can use to express yourself, have fun, and really add personality to your space.

Here are a few ideas to get you started:

Give old stuff a new life.

Whether your home is modern or traditional, using architectural salvage to decorate your place is a wonderful way to add interest. Think old tin ceiling tiles hung as a series in your hallway. Graceful beveled-glass windows or intricate ironwork floor grates above your couch. Or an antique door or wrought iron gate anchored against a large bare wall. Check out your local antique store or architectural salvage shop for great ideas.

Kid art: think beyond the fridge.

For a real “statement” piece, pick up a large stretched canvas at an art supply store and let your kid loose on it with colors that complement your décor. If you get tired of that painting, paint the whole canvas white (or blue or pink or ochre) and start again.

Use frames as art.

Wood or metal, antique or modern, ornate or simple, frames can be beautiful in themselves – no art required. Hang one or group several together for an elegant, architectural effect.

Think “off the wall.”

Wallpaper’s for walls, right? Well, yes, but it’s got other possibilities too. To create a quick piece of avant garde art, take a large piece of plywood (the bigger it is, the bigger the statement) and cover it with beautifully patterned paper. Hang it up –  or lean it against the wall for a gallery look. (It’s a great way to cover up a damaged wall or anything else you want to hide.)

Chalkboards: not just for the classroom anymore.

Use chalkboard paint in kids’ rooms for an ongoing art project. (Mix in some magnetic paint, and the kids can use it to hang up paintings, photos and other stuff, too.) Don’t limit yourself to a traditional square or rectangle; apply the paint in a circle, in the shape of a tree, or using an outline of your child. And go beyond the kids’ room – try a chalkboard in your entryway as a reminder board, in your kitchen as an ongoing grocery list, or in your dining room for a charming bistro-style menu.

Stencil it.

Forget the kitschy stenciled borders you remember from the eighties. Create something striking by marking off a rectangle on your wall and stenciling an interesting shape randomly within it. Not into stencils? Simple painted blocks of colour can add drama to any space. Group blocks together symmetrically, or scatter them randomly around the room.

Create a vignette.

Display ledges are often used for photos, but you could also try pairing a photo with a favourite book, or a child’s drawing and a favourite photo of her with a small glass filled with crayons. Here’s a cute idea: Hang an empty frame around a small ledge, and use it to display a small vase with fresh flowers. Another idea: Hang an empty frame in your front hall, install hooks in it for keys, and call it “artful organization.”

Mirror, mirror.

Beautiful mirrors look great on any wall – grouping them has an interesting effect, too. Look for mirrors you like at garage sales, auctions and antique shops.

Use snapshots as art.

Take a cue from the design shows on TV: an inexpensive way to create striking, highly personal art is to play with photos you love. Scan or colour copy your favorites, crop them in interesting ways (half a face or part of a flower are okay), then blow them up to 11x14 or bigger, and have them matted and framed for an edgy, sophisticated look.

Go cheap and cheerful.

Hang anything you like: photos from calendars, postcards, letters, baby clothes, pieces of pretty fabric. Are you a book lover? Scan or colour copy the covers of your favorite novels and hang them in a literary grouping near the spot where you most like to read. Or if you’re into wine, display the labels from some memorable bottles.

The only limit to interesting walls is your imagination. Hope we’ve given you some good ideas to start with – now go forth and decorate!

Callout: “Walls are a great big canvas you can use to express yourself, have fun, and really add personality to your space.”