Virtually every home I’ve staged has something special about it. But I recently had the opportunity to stage a Livingston house, built in 1865, that is unique and full of charm. What really made it fun was being able to stage the property with the owners eclectic mix of furniture and accessories which served to highlight the enchanting features of the house.
Here are a few pictures of our latest occupied home staging project. Be sure to click on each image to see the full scale of the room.
It’s important to understand that a home can be staged using the owners possessions. So many people still believe that home staging requires renting furniture and accessories. As you can see, that’s not the case. But, most people have too much stuff so it’s my job to pare down the possessions in order to show the features of the house. If you’re selling your home, you’re selling the space and the features, not the items in the house. So, ask yourself…”Is my house stuff-o-cating?”