Capitol Hill Condo Living Room Staged Seattle

The idea of home staging can make sellers anxious. Bringing someone new into their home to redesign it may seem like an intrusion to some home sellers who have trouble letting go. Homeowners of smaller properties wonder if staging is worth it for their home. Therefore, home sellers who have not sold a staged house before may find the prospect…

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Capitol Hill Condo Living Room Staged Seattle

  Make a statement. While location is key, it does not contribute to the interior’s appeal. This condo is located in Seattle’s hip neighborhood, Capitol Hill. Despite the condo’s prime locale, the condo itself was bland and uninspiring. We made it our mission to stage the condo and make a statement. To do so, we used…

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Capitol Hill Seattle Staged

When home sellers begin the process of putting their homes on the market, it can be an overwhelming experience. There are so many decisions to make, and it can be hard to decipher which choices will aid your sale the most. Whether or not to stage your home is an example of one of these decisions. Investing in…

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Seattle Staged To Sell Seattle Home Stager Featured in Houzz Editorial Importance of Staging

We were recently featured in a Houzz editorial on the importance of home staging!   In Karen Egly-Thompson’s editorial, Houzz guides home sellers on the investment of home staging. Egly-Thompson shares tips and explanations so you can get the most out of your investment: Staged for Success: The Case for Hiring a Home Stager   “Before…

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Staged Queen Anne Craftsman Home Entry

  Of all of the homes we have staged, the entry of this luxury craftsman home is one of our favorites. The details of the stained glass window inspired our color palette and design style. Its soft colors complimented the dark wood trimming and neutrals throughout the house. A stained glass window is classic and timeless, and we wanted to…

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The Real Estate Staging Association recently released the most current figures on home staging. The results show what many in the industry already know: staging sells homes. In a recent study, they found that unstaged homes spent, on average, 184 days on the market. That’s approximately six months; six months of paying your mortgage, and six months…

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  A few weeks ago we had the opportunity to stage the most adorable Ballard home. We started calling it our pink house because the exterior was painted a pale salmon color. Initially, we were shocked to enter the home to discover that it had 12 foot ceilings throughout, as nothing on the sweet exterior…

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For those of us who live in Seattle, we know that a Mt. Baker home means having views of Lake Washington, I-90 Bridge, and the majestic Mt. Rainier. Furthermore, when it comes to Seattle Seafair, these homes offer a front row view to the Blue Angels air show. When we saw this house for the…

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Yes, at 800 square feet, this Ballard house was on the small side. But when it came to boldness, this tiny house had a BIG personality. We were not surprised, when we got the news that home buyers were bitting against each other and this BIG tiny house was sold for much more than asking price…

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Seattle real estate market is HOT! The combination of Seattle’s job growth and a record low inventory has turned the Seattle real estate market into a seller’s market. This is a solid fact. We are seeing houses sell for more than their asking market price after receiving multiple offers. Homebuyers are prepared, preapproved and many are…

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