This home was a new build on a small lot. We wanted to emphasize the bright, light and open floorplan, as well as show that it provided a comfortable, large seating area.
The master was small, but still had room for a queen size bed and 2 nightstands. It is important when staging a room to use the right size & scale of furniture so that it doesn’t overwhelm or dwarf the space.
The owners of this home were in the middle of transferring to a new city. It was still occupied (with pets too), so we used a mix of rented staged accessories and purchased soft goods. Trading the cat tree for a faux tree helped fill the space with height & life.
This entry is a good example of how using accessories in the right height & scale can make all the difference. The ceiling was vaulted in the living room & entry, so the owners had hung the artwork a bit too high thinking they were compensating for it. Rather than putting more holes in the wall to lower the artwork, we used tall accessories to fill the space.
This home was vacant when the owner called me to stage it. We decided to stage the main living areas & the master bedroom. It had an offer after only 3 days on the market & sold within 57 days.
This was a large kitchen space and great for families. Here we used a good sized table in the more contemporary style that complemented the light fixture & kitchen accents. I love this wine/book cabinet because it is unique and functional.
I often work with Realtors to stage properties. For this house, we chose to stage the living room, kitchen and the two bathrooms. It had an offer within 15 days of going on the market and sold within 30 days.
Often times it is important to stage a room to tell the story of how big a space is, and show potential buyers an example of what you can do with the space. This house was a good example of that. The rest of the house was furnished, but the owner felt it was important to show how large the master bedroom was. in the before picture, you cannot really tell that this is a very spacious room.
This home was being used as a vacation rental. It needed to have furniture & accessories brought in to create a more functional & inviting living area that were more fitting to the list price of the house. Here you see we created a better conversation area for the living room.
The kids bunk room downstairs needed to be updated with bedding and new accessories. We lightened it up and made it a little less juvenile to appeal to a larger audience of buyers.