Your home is your safe space, your retreat from the outside world and one of your happy places. Or at least it should be. If you don’t feel this way when you’re thinking about your home, it’s time to implement hygge.
Selling a home is a stressful and often hectic experience for anyone. When you’re busy parents, however, it adds a whole new layer of complexity into the process. You’re already balancing your daily responsibilities, between driving to and from work or school to soccer practices and extracurricular activities. You’re squeezing in some time for a shower and your favorite television show before heading to bed and starting all over again the next day.
It’s a common misconception that home staging and interior decorating are one and the same. While home staging is a type of home design, it’s, in fact, different from interior decorating. So what is the difference between home staging and interior decorating?
Selling your home can be one of the most stressful times of your life. There are so many things you have to check off your to-do list, and it is easy to lose track of some of the overwhelming amount of tasks at hand. Therefore, when you hire us to stage your home the last thing we want is to add further chaos. Instead, we do our utmost to relieve you of some of the stress by making sure you know you are in good hands. We truly value our clients, and it shows in our dedication to our work. We accomplish this by making it personal in our home staging.
Home staging is not just about bringing furniture into a home. It has a lot to do with creative problem-solving. Every single home, no matter how high end, has its flaws. Therefore, home stagers have to think outside of the box to make each home look its very best. It’s our job to take the homeowners needs and constraints into mind and come up with a design that will work best for their home and help it sell quickly and for higher than asking price. This process is absolutely crucial in more dated homes. In this Bellevue rambler, we had to create a beautiful design to showcase this home’s amazing potential.
Buying a home is one of the most exciting and stressful milestones in life. It’s hard work, especially for first-time buyers. It can create pressure on your relationship as a couple, but it’s important to remember that you are doing it for your future. Learn how to navigate the housing market ahead of time and be prepared to cope with the stress to help ease this experience.
While we may be named Seattle Staged to Sell, we stage homes outside of the city of Seattle too. We stage in various cities in the Greater Seattle Area, so if your home or listing isn’t in Seattle, don’t worry, we got you covered! We stage many homes on the Eastside, including this luxurious Bellevue Remodel. As we take you on a tour, you’ll see that you cannot tell that the house was built in 1955 because of its very elegant, contemporary interior.
We recently shared our top 3 interior design predictions for 2018 in our January, 17th blog post. Our first design prediction suggested adding some color to your home decor. Today, we want to discuss this trend in more detail. If you’re reading this, chances are you want to make some big changes in your home because lately it’s been looking tired. Adding color is a fantastic, and most importantly, an easy, way to add energy to your home!
When we were asked to go and see this new construction in Yarrow Point, we expected to see the standard newly constructed modern home that is built throughout the Greater Seattle Area. Once we saw the house, even before going in, we knew that this was a special luxury home located in the affluent Yarrow Point neighborhood and our home staging design needs to show the lifestyle.