The home is newly renovated but it needs furniture and staging to sell quickly and for top dollar.
In the fall of 1998 I closed my marketing consulting business and moved to tiny Salt Spring Island. I wanted to do something more creative with my life and having no idea what that would be, I needed to move somewhere that my cost of living would be significantly less.
I’ve always believed… Read More →
That’s the entrance to my current home, it’s the 6th one I bought in an 8 year period. I bought this one after finding it on the Internet. Priced below market value, it was my chance to move to this city.
I bought the house right after the agent open house. When a home is priced that … Read More →
I get about 200 requests a day for information. Realtors looking for free staging advice for their clients, aspiring home stagers hoping I’ll tell them the magic secret to getting rich quickly in home staging with no effort (hint: there’s no such thing and run in the opposite… Read More →
Nothing is secure in life as everyone is profoundly reminded of every September 11. I’ll leave it to others to comment on the meaning and aftermath of what happened on this tragic day.
Really what motivated me to post this comment is an article I read last week about how 400 workers found… Read More →
Before the makeover, this kitchen was begging to be ripped out but there was simply no budget or motivation to endure a complete renovation.
It’s amazing what can be achieved with paint and new cabinet hardware.
For any Staging Diva Graduate interested in working on a color consultation/kitchen… Read More →
This is Caernarfon Castle in North Wales, isn’t it fabulous! No it’s not the latest Staging Diva home staging project, but it IS a celebration of the first Staging Diva Graduate in the UK. Welcome Ruth Williams of Caernarfon, Wales to the Staging Diva community!
In addition … Read More →
Garbage has no place in a home that’s on the market. If this couch was too bad to keep it had no business being in the house while it was on the market!
Don’t let your clients tell you they’re keeping stuff for a “garage sale” unless they have lots of time before… Read More →