HOME STAGING PHOTO GALLERY
in-town family pool home | contract in 5 days
In our most recent occupied home staging project, we developed a solution for a home that had already been on the market for over 2 months without much interest. This 4BR/4 BA home had already been de-cluttered, was clean, and in good repair. After reviewing online photos and an in-person consultation, we determined what this home needed.
Our goal was to upgrade the first impression of buyers, as you enter the main living and dining rooms by providing a more cohesive, updated, and contemporary home. We complemented the existing color palette with compatible and trending colors and carried the scheme throughout the home for continuity. We also wanted to draw attention to the homes many features such as multiple living spaces, two master suites, generous storage throughout, fireplace, and multiple outdoor areas.
The space needed a better furniture arrangement, the addition of color and lightness, more modern finishes, and balance between the older and newer spaces to give an overall better presentation. With just a little extra polish we were able to give a better impression to buyers and accentuate a well-cared for home - not to mention an accepted offer within 5 days of staging completion!
LIVING ROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) rearrange furniture and bring in new pieces from another room to accentuate the fireplace and the grandness of the entire space 2) lighten and update window treatments 3) add in more modern decor 4) remove the extras
DINING ROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) some trim was wood stained and some painted white which made the black built-in unit (left of photo) stand out - we had the homeowner paint the built-in cabinet and shelves with the same white trim color to create cohesion 2) edit wall decor and swap for brighter artwork from living room 3) modern styling of tabletop decor and chair placement
MASTER BEDROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) most all of the furniture stayed, we did however orient this oversized master toward the window to create a focal point and more space on the left side of the room with the three closets 2) for better scale we went larger, we added a new fluffy comforter (yes, it’s still a queen bed) that worked well with the lavender-gray walls and then the marble-topped side tables were brought in from 2 different rooms 3) we lightened up the drapes and overall decor with fun modern pieces
minimal townhouse | offer in 2 days
This wonderfully spacious townhome overlooks a wooded area and has 2 BR/1BA upstairs and master bedroom and full bath downstairs. We staged this home to show off the bamboo floors, nature views, and ample closets, and great floor plan.
GUEST BEDROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) after boxes were stored away we removed remaining items and created an upstairs bedroom 2) we added in extra bookcases from downstairs and a dresser that was crowding the master bedroom to turn this into the perfect guest room 3) all decor, bedding, and lamps were homeowners from other rooms
LIVING/DINING ROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) edited down the number of bookcases and simply displayed some books and treasures - removing all books from top shelf 2) large cabinets between the spaces were used in master bedroom as night stands 3) calmed the space by adding white drapes from another room and changing to a more open furniture arrangement
PRIVATE LIVING ROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) added simple bold statements like the red chair and artwork 2) made use of nook by adding a leaning desk 3) this room was actually the first floor master so we kept it open in the center to show off the size of the room
UPSTAIRS MASTER BEDROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) added balance by re-purposing cabinets from dining room 2) added color by using blue drapes and blue throw on the bed - items the homeowner had in a closet 3) completed by utilizing homeowners lamps and decor
rural ranch curb appeal | under contract 4 days
CURB APPEAL | OUR PROCESS 1) coordinated new paint colors with existing terra cotta brick, brown shutters, and grey metal roof 2) added contrast and architectural details to front doors and front of house to lighten up the look and feel of the exterior and the large gabled roof 3) added lighter trim to create cohesion with white vinyl windows
brick 2-story | contract in 5 days
An unused sitting area off the main entry seemed like wasted space in this lingering listing. The adjoining living room in this 3,000 sq. ft. home had vaulted ceilings yet the awkward layout of small living room gave just enough room for a small sofa and a couple of chairs. The fireplace looked dated as well.
Oddly placed rugs on top of the wall-to-wall carpeting covered outlets in the floor. Many other homes selling in the area had hardwood floors. I advised the homeowner to add hardwood to make their home stand out, as well as help unify the space and multiple floors seen from the living area. Two chairs originally positioned between the rooms with their backs to the front door stopped flow and created a smaller looking living room.
After multiple attempts over several years, the owners received and accepted a contract in 5 days after our staging service.
SITTING ROOM + LIVING ROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) we united 2 smaller spaces into one large living room with hardwood floors 2) bright greenery and better scaled mantle decor lift the fireplace 3) added in glass tables borrowed from a family member to add function and lightness to the space 4) removed the surrounding entertainment center and left only the TV and base unit
ENTRY/SITTING AREA | OUR PROCESS 1) the addition of hardwood flooring and rearranging of current furniture helped to incorporate this room into the home instead of it feeling out of place 2) we converted the “convertible” bookshelves into an entry table 3) added in 2 coordinating chairs from another room along with new artwork
pine dove showhome | model home weekend
Once construction was done on this showhome, we created the look and staged for an open house. Over the course of two days, we mixed farmhouse style with some modern touches.
stylish starter home | four offers in 2 days
This simple home with tile floors needed some softer furnishings to cozy up the space and simple rearranging to show it in its best light. We staged before it went on the market and it received 4 competing offers in 2 days of listing.
LIVING ROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) added a gallery wall over TV 2) changed front door mat to a neutral sisal 3) added color to the sofa and a mirror over sofa to help reflect light in the small space
KITCHEN | OUR PROCESS 1) chose coordinating backsplash and pale grey-blue wall color to coordinate with red-toned cabinets 2) added modern decor and classic rug
BONUS/FAMILY ROOM | OUR PROCESS 1) moved the 2 black bookcases under the windows for a built in look and to draw the eye through the room 2) added horizontal striped curtains to help visually widen the narrow room 3) added white and brighter decor to liven the dark space 4) painted white over the black trim around the windows to continue lightening the space