Data shows that homes that are staged sell much faster than un-staged homes. Professional stagers and designers know how to arrange your rooms to highlight the assets of your home, and camouflage the flaws.
Here is a home we just staged for clients of ours.
To stage this room we…
- Painted the room (Farrow & Ball: Borrowed Light)
- We removed most of the furniture
- We replaced the coffee table with a larger table that grounds the space
- We re-hung all the art to the right height and coordinated the subject matter (all art about the coast of Maine)
- We added coastal touches as the home is a block from the water and people want to buy the coastal feel! The Barn Pottery pillows add a lot to the space without a spending a lot!
After (same view as before shot)
Dining Room Before
After Dining: New chairs & curtains make the room
Before Foyer: Table and Light were too big
Before Kitchen: Not much too change…just new chairs
TV Room becomes bedroom: bedrooms add value
After NEW BEDROOM!
If you want to see the entire house look at the listing below
We had a great time doing this project. We are working on the home owners new house and it is going to be spectacular!
Stay tuned for more before and after projects.
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