Each room in your house tells a story and the furniture is an important part of the story. During the staging process, furniture may be added, removed or rearranged to spotlight the best features of the room. It is critical that a room has a purpose and that purpose is on display by the furniture placement.
One of the simplest ways to breathe new life into a room is to update/change the art on the walls. A key step in staging a house for sale is to remove family photos. The addition of neutral artwork will allow the buyer to see the house as a product for sale and not a family home.
Less is more when accessorizing a room. Each piece must have a reason to be in the room, such as a lamp, plant, candle, etc. If an accessory doesn't serve a purpose, it is a dust collector and should be boxed and packed away. Buyers need to see the size of the room, not the amount of stuff in the room.
Color choices are personal and emotional. The rooms in the house need to appeal to a wide variety of buyers and therefore should be neutral, cohesive and in the background.
A StageCoached representative will visit the home and provide a detailed written report to the homeowner with recommendations and suggestions to prepare the property for sale. The report will address the issues in each room as well as the exterior of the home. The consultation includes a follow up appointment to review residence and address any concerns.