NM Home Staging Works

Reblogger John McCormack
Real Estate Broker/Owner with Albuquerque Homes Realty * www.AlbuquerqueHomes.com

NM Home Staging Works

Are you considering listing your Albuquerque or Rio Rancho NM home?  If so check out the difference home staging can make.  Make sure your NM home shows like a model before listing.  A picture is worth 1,000 words and this is proven by the photos Kristine Ginsberg has provided us.  HOME STAGING WORKS!    I would love to work with you in getting your NM home SOLD .... Contact me and Let's talk.

Original content by Kristine Ginsberg

  Morris County NJ Occupied Home Staging Transformations

As a Morris County, NJ Home Stager, my niche is occupied home staging. I love working with clients, using and repurposing their existing furniture and updating their spaces with our extensive accessory inventory. This keeps costs low, (no furniture rental) yet gives rooms a whole new, updated look.  

When staging an occupied home, first I catalog all my client's furniture including what I find in their attics and basements - you'd be surprised! Then the challenge begins as I envision where I can repurpose it to create fresh new spaces.

My client's kitchen is a mess because they were in the middle of cleaning and throwing away accumulated "stuff" they hadn’t used in years. Kudos to them for doing the work and it really paid off!

During the consultation I suggested they remove all dated vertical blinds and ceiling fans. I repurposed a smaller kitchen table that was being used as a desk in another room. It was perfect for the space being more contemporary while bringing out the black in the beautiful granite and was a nice contrast with the light colored walls.    

This before photo was taken the day of my consultation:

After: sunny, bright and updated - just what buyers want!

2nd Angle Before:

After: light, bright an airy with contemporary black bar stools...

For the sun room, again I had my clients take down all the dated vertical blinds. To stage this room I used wicker furniture stored in their basement. (I repouposed the two chairs pictured and used them in the living room - see below.) Occupied staging is all about getting creative, using what the seller already has while updating with accessories.



The window treatments and art really dated this living room. Once we removed them,  brought in two chairs from the sun room and added Elite Staging's rented accessories, this room is much more appealing.



To view more before/after staging photos like the ones pictured, check out our portfolio of work.

If you’re thinking of selling your Union or Bergen County home call Morris County's Elite Staging and Redesign today at (201) 602-2562. Let us help you present your home in its best light and capture it with beautiful MLS photos!  


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Elite Staging and Redesign - Kristine Ginsberg - 201 602 2562


Home Staging Morris County - Staged to Sell, Designed to Live!

You have 90 seconds to make a great first impression once your home goes on the market. Consult a Morris County professional home stager serving Union, Essex, Sussex Counties for that competitive edge so your home stands out from the competition, selling faster and for top dollar!  

Elite Staging and Redesign offers home staging services to North Jersey homeowners, real estate agents, banks, builders, and investors in preparing homes to stand out in today’s real estate market. For a consultation on vacant staging, lived in homes or interior redesign projects call Elite Staging and Redesign at 201-602-2562.

Morris County Home Staging Website: Elite Staging and Redesign

Morris County Staging: Portfolio

Email: Kris@elitestagingandredesign.com




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