Staging your home simply means preparing it for a sale, or “setting the stage.” What this looks like in practice is using intentionally placed furniture and decor to show off the potential of your home. You could choose to stage your entire home before showings or stick with just the main areas, like your living room, dining room, and primary bedroom.
Staging helps potential buyers visualize living in the space while answering their questions about capacity, storage, and lighting. A dining table that appropriately fits the size of your dining room or a sectional that faces both the fireplace and the TV shows a potential buyer how the space would best work for their needs. Homes that are properly staged often sell faster and for a higher dollar amount.
After buyers and sellers see the effect staging has on creating a functional and finished space, they are often interested in interior design services for their new home. Intentional interior design that utilizes furniture and fixtures for your specific needs will improve your day-to-day and overall quality of life. Strategically placed storage, comfortable yet stylish seating, and appropriately spaced walkways are guaranteed to bring new life into your space.
With my professional background in interior design and staging, I am able to offer supplemental services to my real estate clients or stand-alone services to those in need of a little design rescue.
After understanding your timeline and budget, I will use my real estate expertise to recommend staging for all or part of your home. My team will handle all of the set-up and tear-down, ensuring to sell your house quickly along the way.
Whether you need to refresh one room or want a total overhaul, I can help with that. I will take the time to understand your unique style, preferences, and budget and work with you to maximize the potential of your space.