We transform homes into desirable properties:
Make your rooms more spacious
Showcase features and positives
Detract from negatives
Create good flow from room to room
Neutralize, depersonalize and declutter
Enhance curb appeal
An unused sitting area off the main entry seemed like wasted space in this lingering listing. The adjoining living room in this 3,000 square foot home had lovely vaulted ceilings. However, the living room presented a challenging layout and outdated fireplace.
We began by removing the unit surrounding the TV to modernized and lighten up the room. Bright greenery and better-scaled mantle accessories lifted the dated fireplace. Using glass coffee and side tables added function and lightness to space.
Next, I advised the homeowner to add hardwood to help unify the multiple floorings in the living area and help their home stand above the competition. Many other homes selling in the area had hardwood floors while this home had oddly placed rugs on top of the wall-to-wall carpeting, in addition to faded areas of carpet and outlets in the floor.
S T A G E T O S E L L
An unused sitting room was reclaimed to show off square footage
I believe that the updates and your advice about de-cluttering and staging were definitely instrumental in making our house more desirable. Your work is phenomenal!
Linda, Real Estate Staging Client
Then I incorporated the front sitting area into the living room to create a larger, more open living space. To do so, we moved two chairs positioned between the rooms with their backs facing the front door. Their positioning stopped the flow and created a smaller looking living room.
Last, we relocated the plant behind the upstairs railing next to the downstairs window. Initially, it grabbed our attention away from the living space.
After multiple attempts to sell, once staged by A Peaceful Home, this sought-after dwelling had a contract in 5 days!
In this home we also staged: the front entry, dining room, multiple bathrooms, laundry room, closets, kitchen, pantry, laundry, office/loft spaces, bedrooms, and breakfast room.
PHOTO CREDIT: THE NAUMANN GROUP REAL ESTATE