Entry Foyer

Feb 07
2011

Creating a great first impression is one of the most important aspects of home staging.  This front entry foyer is a perfect example… it’s warm and inviting presence is exactly what home buyers are looking for.

Great Room Staged To Sell

Feb 07
2011

BEFORE

AFTER

Vacant homes can be some of the most difficult to sell.  Aside from lacking a warm, inviting atmosphere, many potential home buyers find it hard to imagine themselves in the space.  This particular home, located in an upscale neighborhood, sat on the market for over a year when vacant, but sold in 36 days after being staged.

Basement Office

Feb 07
2011

BEFORE

AFTER

When selling a home, it’s important to show function in every area.  In this instance, an empty basement corner was converted into office space simply by adding a desk and chair, silk plants and a few accessories.

Master Bedroom – Before & After Staging

Feb 07
2011

BEFORE

AFTER

In staging this spacious master bedroom, we added a bed skirt and some pillows to dress up the bed, along with a nightstand with a lamp to add light and functionality.  The desk was accessorized and positioned to face into the room.  Extra items like the TV and luggage were put out of sight to make this space an inviting and relaxing retreat.

Bedroom – Staged To Sell

Feb 07
2011

BEFORE

AFTER

Little was needed to take this guest bedroom from “so-so” to “wow!”  We started with a smaller bed to make the room feel less crowded, and dressed it with simple bed linens to complement the lavender walls.  The dresser drawer was replaced, and accessories placed on top inviting those who enter this room to RELAX.

Bathroom Makeover

Feb 07
2011

BEFORE

AFTER

Nothing about this bathroom was very appealing to start, so a few simple changes make a huge difference.  We started by placing new light bulbs in the vanity.  The frosted type reduces glare and provides a nice soft light.  Chocolate brown bath towels and rugs complement the pale blue walls, along with an art print to pull the colors together.  A spare roll of TP was put away inside the cabinet, and fresh flowers and an updated soap dish complete the makeover.

Living and Dining Room – Before & After Home Staging

Feb 07
2011

BEFORE

AFTER

The goal with this combination living and dining room is to make the areas feel more spacious and improve the flow from room to room. By removing the entertainment stand and positioning the shelf unit underneath the wall-mounted TV, the space already seems bigger. Accessories were kept to a minimum, and drapery panels re-hemmed to reach the floor.