I recently wrote an article about how to pick the target market for your home staging project. It’s a process I use as a home stager to develop a clear mental picture of who the likely target buyer is for a home before I make my home staging recommendations.
Home staging is all about decorating a home to sell quickly and for more money. In fact, home stagers have been called the “dream weavers of real estate.” We achieve this by showcasing the property’s best features, especially those that will appeal to the likely target buyer of that particular real estate property.
In a recent post, I discussed the 6 questions to ask before setting a table for home staging.
I also shared my own preferences and examples of when I set a table and when I don’t.
If you’re going to set a table for home staging, you need to do it properly. A badly set table looks worse than one that’s not set at all— and it [...]
What, if any, meal should you set them up for? And if you are setting the table for a meal, how far do you go with the items and accessories? Just the place mats, dishes and glassware? Or do you also need cutlery and a center piece? What about chargers [...]
Every year the Pantone Institute™ chooses the Color of The Year. For 2014, it’s Radiant Orchid. Great for cosmetics and clothing perhaps, but not my favorite for home staging.
My first reaction was that it reminded me a bit of that dusty rose that was so popular in the 1980s. Thankfully this 2014 color is more vibrant and has more purple in it.
It’s no coincidence that you’ll see Radiant Orchid [...]