For several years, Seattle was one of the many major cities with soaring home prices. More recently, Seattle has been known for home prices that stood still. Present day, an article by The Seattle Times states that a recent dip in Seattle home prices is leading a nationwide slow-down. So what does this mean for…

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before and after home staging

The Seattle real estate market has been hot for some time now, as is true in many cities around the United States. With this in mind, many homeowners believe a house will sell itself with little to no preparation. This is not the case. In fact many homes not properly prepared for selling sit without…

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Luxury Mercer Island Home Staging Kid's Bedroom Design

We, at Seattle Staged to Sell, know the importance of designing rooms that will create emotional connections not just for the grown ups, but their kids as well. When you are selling a home, you are not just selling it to the parents but to the whole family.

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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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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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 This Ballard townhouse was our first 2012 staging project. Since the winter months can be drab, cold and dark, especially here in Seattle,  we decided to cheer, energize, and brighten up the inside.  Colors are a sure way to set any mood. We wanted to energize and brighten this Seattle townhouse tucked in the middle…

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Yep, you heard me right. Sometimes I do tell home sellers not to change the wall colors and to leave those strong colors on the walls. And the reason for this “nontraditional” home stagingrecommendation is consistent with the occasions when I tell the home seller to change the wall colors.  When I meet the home…

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The only things finished in this basement were the walls. The floors were cement and this space was used as a catchall space. We recommended that all the items be stored or donated and to add carpet and side boards. Then we brought in a few accent pieces and used the home owners table, chairs,…

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