Even if you have a limited budget, you can make a huge impact on your property by following a few key tips.
Many times, new layouts in old homes can and do confuse buyers. Where would the sofa go? What about the television? Where do you eat? Staging helps answer these questions for potential buyers.
Home buyers are beginning to consult interior designers and home stagers about choosing the wall colors for their new homes — long before they sign the closing papers.
While choosing art is a highly subjective — and sometimes intimidating — process, you can find inspiration on websites, at galleries or art festivals and in objects that you encounter every day.
Regardless of the size of your space, these tips can help you focus your energy during the decluttering phase of preparing your home for sale.
A basic but large patio can make your house stand out against other homes in your neighborhood.
Whether you’re prepping your home for sale, or just want it to look good, don’t forget about the exterior — […]
Model homes make us dream about living there, but living in your own home while it is being staged is […]
Last week, I conducted an informal survey of home stagers from the US and Canada on what they are tired […]
You have a dated kitchen and you need to fix it up in order to sell your home, but you […]
This is a question that I hear frequently from those considering selling their home: “What happens when I work with […]
Even though many of the staging and home selling television shows clearly demonstrate and showcase the positive use of color […]
Recently, I was contacted by a homeowner who is currently living in the Midwest, but she owns a home in […]
Some homes need more staging assistance than others.