Can You Handle Awkward Angles?

By
Home Stager with Carolina Spaces, LLC

Once in a while a property comes along that proves you wrong!  What I planned for this room and how I staged it are two different things.  No wonder it sat vacant for many months with no sale and with feedback complaining that the buyers didn't know how they could place furniture.  I ended up taking a chair back to the warehouse and using the extra table I brought "just in case."  It was a fun challenge - like working a puzzle.  I'm happy with the results at every angle, the seller is happy and - as ususal - we're hoping for that fast sale!

Joan Inglis, REALTOR, Accredited Staging Professional Master

www.LakeWylieHomeStaging.com

 

Comments (4)

Kathy Burke
Sensational Home Staging~~Danville, CA - Danville, CA
S.F. East Bay Home Staging

The true TEST of staging....looks GREAT!!!  Those angles can really stop buyers if not set up in a way to "show off" the potential.  You did that & more!

Feb 18, 2010 02:45 PM
David Peterson
Synergy Staging ~ specializing in vacant home staging - Portland, OR
Home Stager Portland OR-Synergy Staging-Portland Oregon

A large open space with the lack of walls can be a real challenge for buyers.  You've helped people see the potential of the space and understand how they could live here.  Good luck on a quick sale!

Feb 19, 2010 08:12 AM
Valerie Sagheddu
Apostle Art Home Staging & Design - Stroudsburg, PA
~Home Staging Professional, Poconos, PA

Great job! I did a home recently that had pie shaped rooms...you've got to love a challenge!

Feb 20, 2010 01:26 PM
Linda D. Pufford
Stage with Divine Style - Home Staging - Novato, CA
ASPM, Marin/Sonoma Home Stager

Joan,

You really gave the home visual interest and allowed a continual flow throughout.  Your experience really met the challenge!

Feb 28, 2010 05:09 PM