Sellers often think that leaving a home vacant will show off how much space there is in a home, however, by doing this, the home will lack appeal to the buyers emotions.
Staging also helps to highlight the focal points in a room such as windows or archtectural details.
This is how the bedroom looked before staging. It just doesn't say "buy me" to a person seeing it for the first time.
This is how it looks after staging. Now it will appeal to families looking to buy a home to keep their family safe, secure and happy while growing up.
Buyers can clearly see how their "little princess" would like to have this room as their very own.
I know when I purchased houses when my girls were little, they staked their claim on each room as we toured the houses. I bet you have clients that do the same thing.
"Mommy, this is MY room!" is what I am looking to hear from a buyers family when they take a tour of a home that I have staged.
To achieve this look the client brought in the desk, chair and two end tables from their other house. I provided the finishing touches including the inflatable mattress, bedding, artwork, lamps, drapery, rods and accessories.
Now you actually "see" the great windows in the room. Without colour in the room the windows just blended in with the white walls leaving you with a very drab feeling. Now the room has a "happy face" that says I am ready for you to call me home.
Do you have a property that could benefit by being staged by Advantage Staging?
Call Michelle Finnamore to prepare your property for sale.
Two offices to serve you better.
Vaughan, Woodbridge and area 416.928.2999
Barrie and area 705.720.0113
2010 National Association of Home Builders U.S.A Silver Award for design
2010 Ontario Home Builders Association Silver Award for Design
2010 CSP Entrepreneur of the Year Award
2009 Trail Blazer Company of the Year Award