Home Staging Tips to Mind the Gap
Home Staging

Mind the gap

We often say that there is a fine line between staging and decorating. How you treat empty spaces is one of those. When decorating your home filling walls, rooms, shelves, and surfaces with your objet d’art is great! For staging purposes, we find empty spaces to be a useful tool to make a home feel more spacious, as well as help lead a buyer from room to room.

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Home Staging Purpose or Imagination
Home Staging

Purpose or imagination

We often come across ambiguous spaces, or rooms that are difficult to read. In some cases we find it necessary/beneficial to give purpose, or show use of a space. Showing buyers how a home functions can engage them with the home. Conversely, sometimes it is best to leave the use of a space up to the imagination of the buyer. If a room is given a specific use, buyers may not be able to see it

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Home Staging Style Wars
Home Staging

Style wars!

One of the biggest challenges that we face is when there are competing styles within a home. While personalization is great when decorating your home for yourself, it can become a hindrance to selling. This is especially true when it comes to “themed” rooms. Many buyers find that neutralizing the home prior to selling is helpful for them to separate themselves emotionally from the home. A home with a consistent style and color palette throughout

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Home Staging What's In An Odor
Home Staging

What’s in an odor?

Odors are an easy way to ensure that your home sits on the market with out any offers. Be it food, pet, moisture, or perfume, an oder-ific home is a big turn off to home buyers. Trying to mask odors, or simply adding scent to a home is not something that we advise. If there is an odor issue, it’s best to address the cause of the odor. Perfumes and scents may cover the underlying smell,

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