Staging

Laurelhurst Transformation

May 11, 2022

This five bedroom, two bath home has mastered the highly sought-after Laurelhurst Tudor style; this home blends the charm of Seattle-area living with modern-day conveniences. Let’s take a look at the transformation this home underwent before hitting the market. The Design Concept The design concept for this Laurelhurst home was a modern transitional look that…

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Mercer Island Home – Case Study

February 15, 2022

As stagers, we get to see behind the scenes before a house comes on the market. Sometimes, a home is ready to list right away. We call this a turn-key home. In most cases, a home is in need of some work before it hits the market. Sometimes this isn’t an option due to cost…

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3 Tips for Dealing with Home Repairs

September 7, 2020

If your kitchen pipes suddenly started leaking, would you have the resources to pay for the repairs? If not, you could be setting yourself up for some serious future stress. Emergency home repair issues can put a strain on your finances if you are not prepared for them. Before an emergency home issue trips up…

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Steps to Selling Your Home You Didn’t Know Could Be Done Virtually

June 2, 2020
selling your home virtually

Although the country is reemerging, our safety will mean doing some things virtually for a long time. The good news is we are succeeding at it, and home sales are no exception! Most, sometimes even all, parts of selling your home can happen without social contact. Since many sellers put the process on hold during…

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Windermere Luxury Estate | Home Feature

May 26, 2020
home feature | windermere luxury estate

Another successful stage at this stunning waterfront gem. The Windermere Luxury Estate was described as “Architecturally significant and magical in both setting and design.” The home was originally conceived by notable architect Gene Zema in 1967 and thoughtfully remastered by George Suyama in 2010. With views of Mount Rainier, and steps from the lake, this…

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4 Things That Define an ‘Adult’ Pantry, According to Home Stagers

May 21, 2020

We’ve been featured in another blog! Our founder, Shirin, was interviewed for this article, “4 Things That Define an ‘Adult’ Pantry, According to Home Stagers” written by Marie Cervantes. Check out what she, and several other designer had to say below! 

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The Flora Farmhouse – Project Highlight

March 25, 2020
Flora Farmhouse

The Flora Farmhouse – A Modern Farmhouse new-build from Dwell Development that blew us away! Described as a “modern chic, energy-efficient” home that is 5-star Built Green and Net Zero ready. This home fit right into the Georgetown neighborhood in Seattle in which it was built. Our designers were inspired by a few fun and…

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It’s Official! The 2020 Color Of The Year Is….

September 30, 2019

As announced on September 23rd, Naval SW-6244 is officially the color of the year. This stunning color is said by SW in a statement to be “a rich navy hue that strikes a balance between calm and confident.” Upon taking a look ourselves, we couldn’t agree more. We’ve always been into the blue trend and…

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How Staging Will Improve The Sale Of Your Home

August 19, 2019
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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The Importance of Staging Outdoor Spaces

October 25, 2017
Outdoor Patio Home Staging Queen Anne Seattle Washington

When you are selling your home, staging outdoor spaces is just as important as staging indoors.  Whether you are selling a condo with a small balcony or a house with a spacious yard, staging these spaces creates interest and a lot of value to your home.

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