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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The Queen Anne neighborhood in Seattle is a happening place and a sought after location for living. Lumen Condo is one of the popular condominiums in the area. Since it is located close to Amazon and the B&G Foundation, we knew that our targeted buyers would be young professionals. To attract this group of buyers, we designed a…

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Home Exterior

This traditional home in the Denny Blaine community in Seattle is framed by gorgeous trees all around. Mesmerized by the trees, we decided to take the surrounding nature and incorporate it into our design by using different natural textures to compliment the hardwood wood flooring and trimming.

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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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Waterfront Home Exterior Lake Washington Bellevue

This luxury Bellevue property, priced at $2.6 million, is located on the shores of Lake Sammamish. With this water front home, we wanted to incorporate its stunning views into our staging inspiration. We decided to bring a casual beach vibe into the design while keeping it classic. To accomplish this, we selected natural textures, used the views and landscaping…

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Some things you just learn with experience! Period.  Learning to identify our ideal clients and ONLY working with them  is an example of one of these lessons learned through experience.  Of course, this approach requires saying NO at times.  Some might feel that they simply can’t say no to a potential client or to the…

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 We recently received a call from one of our dear clients, Ron Waxman, from SeattleResults.com team, asking us to stage one of their listings on the upcoming Saturday. The challange was not so much about working on a Saturday, something that we don’t often do, but it was more the fact that it was now…

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During all my years working as a home stager, I have often come across difficult circumstances such as divorce. Divorce is very stressful and preparing and selling a home can intensify the hardship of the situation. Usually children are involved and they suffer because they have to say goodbye to their family units, their homes, and…

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Last year, I was asked by a home seller to provide a quote for staging a home in West Seattle that had an asking price of $599,000. It was a lovely mid-century house with a charming well manicured garden on a quaint street. It was easy to love the house, the views, and the original stone…

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You’re planning to put your home on the market and want to hire a home stager. Then you should keep few points in mind, when it comes to choosing a qualified home stager. First of all, you should call about three different home stagers and ask them to view your property. Getting a price over…

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