As home stagers, we are sometimes accused of staging all the personality out of a house. In the 1980s, when home staging first started becoming a 'thing', it's true that the trend was for neutral floors, white walls and generally neutral everything throughout. This is a real image of [...]
Most home stagers can tell you - myself included - that homeowners are rather predictable when it comes to what they want to see in a home they are considering buying. They want to see a clean, well maintained space, rooms that look and feel light and bright, plenty of [...]
You can't sell something if you don't understand it. Therefore becoming more informed about just what the home staging process involves is a must.
The attractive properties of natural light flooding any space are well known. Natural light expands the space, visually at least, brightens dark corners and gives the place a lighter, airier feel. If you are staging your home for sale, it's therefore very important to maximize light and its positive effects [...]
Not every home staging project has to be long and complicated or expensive in order for it to add perceived value and aesthetic appeal to your home when you are getting ready to sell. In fact, as any professional home stager can tell you, it is sometimes the little things [...]
Flow is a term that is referred to a lot in the world of interior design. It's also heard a lot when discussing home staging, and it's something that experienced real estate agents and savvy home builders understand as well. But just what is flow and why is it so important [...]
There are a LOT of shades of white to choose from. And which one you opt for can make a difference that is bigger than you might ever imagine.
Unused and disregarded rooms can pose quite a dilemma for home owners when it comes time to sell their home.