New Stager Before and After pics. LOOK and Comment.

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Rainmaker
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Cindy Bryant
"Houston Home Staging Pro's"
Redesign Etc. Home Staging

Hi, from Texas, glad to see someone from OK, used to live in Ardmore, and OKC.  I would probably go without the swags, JMHO.  Great transformation though!

July 16, 2008 11:48 PM
Rainer
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Chris Williams
Creative Staging, Solutions HSR Certified Stager -ASHSR
Creative Staging Solutions LLP

Cindy Thanks for the comment. Hows biz in Texas?

July 17, 2008 11:10 AM
Rainmaker
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Cindy Bryant
"Houston Home Staging Pro's"
Redesign Etc. Home Staging

Things are crazy busy here, and all is good, can't complain, every day there is something new and different that comes up, it's never the same!

July 17, 2008 11:27 PM
Rainer
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Chris Williams
Creative Staging, Solutions HSR Certified Stager -ASHSR
Creative Staging Solutions LLP

Come on Guys lets see some feed back!

 

July 20, 2008 02:59 PM
Rainer
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Cindy Griffith
First Fruit Holdings

Nice!!!  I love the transformation of the fireplace!  My own fireplace needs to be updated, but hubby likes the brick, so I'll leave it till I can't stand it any more!

I like the photo of the bedroom through the mirror too!  Very creative!  The only thing I might do different is turn the lights and lamps on for the pictures.

July 20, 2008 04:34 PM
Rainer
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Chris Williams
Creative Staging, Solutions HSR Certified Stager -ASHSR
Creative Staging Solutions LLP

Thanks Cindy! I will try that ASAP! When your hubby leaves paint the brick. He may not let you if you ask but if you do it he will love it!

July 20, 2008 09:40 PM
Rainer
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Cindy Griffith
First Fruit Holdings

Chris,

I think you'll like it better.  Not only will it make your rooms look brighter, it will show your room's ambience.  People can feel the warmth of the rooms through the photos and make them want to be there!

Oh, forgot to say that I told my hubby that you gave me permission to paint the fireplace, but he didn't go for that!  LOL!  He really doesn't care that much, he just knows that there's no turning back once it's done.  He said one day it will be back in style...I told him that we'll be long gone from here in 20 years!

July 21, 2008 03:08 PM
Rainer
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Chris Williams
Creative Staging, Solutions HSR Certified Stager -ASHSR
Creative Staging Solutions LLP

LOL! Bell bottoms came back for a second....I am not holding on to mine.LOL Good luck

July 22, 2008 07:17 PM
Rainmaker
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Michelle Finnamore
Preparing your property for sale
in Vaughan and Toronto GTA

HI Cindy,  I love the reflection in the mirror of the luxurious bed. Nice shot.

I think there is too much happeing around the fireplace. The fireplace is the focal point and it looks like it is being used to store things on and around it. Try less is more and try using larger pieces for impact.

I agree with Cindy Bryant, lose the swags and never use anything that looks like that. Bare is better. ;)

July 22, 2008 07:32 PM
Rainer
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Chris Williams
Creative Staging, Solutions HSR Certified Stager -ASHSR
Creative Staging Solutions LLP

Thank you Michelle! The "Never use anything that looks like that again!" was a real nice way to say how you really feel.

please stop by my web site www.creative-staging-solutions.com  any time. More pictures to come.

 

July 22, 2008 10:43 PM
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I don't think the swags are terrible!  But keep in mind when staging.  Use large items to decorate.  One big picture and a couple accessories on the mantle are better then lots of small items.  Same is true for almost everything including wall decorations.

July 23, 2008 12:47 AM
Rainmaker
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Michelle Finnamore
Preparing your property for sale
in Vaughan and Toronto GTA

Hi Chris, I made a point of checking out your site as requested. Very nice work. Your swags are an anomaly. :)

Love your little butler in the kitchen, I will have to find me one like that. Adds fun and colour and is differnet from what I normally use. Thanks for sharing.

 

July 23, 2008 04:34 PM
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Kristina Leone
Lionheart Home Staging, LLC

Very nice!  Painting the fireplace really updated the look of the room!

 

July 23, 2008 04:56 PM
Rainmaker
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Michelle Pimentel
ASP, IAHSP Empire Home Staging
Empire Home Staging Solutions

Chris,

Great transformation for this home!  Congratulations and much success!

July 23, 2008 05:11 PM
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Chris Williams
Creative Staging, Solutions HSR Certified Stager -ASHSR
Creative Staging Solutions LLP

Thank you all for the nice and not so nice comments. I am glad I found this site!

July 24, 2008 10:39 AM
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