Living Room Before
Living Room After
Occupied homes are often overlooked as needing to be staged. It is just as important to stage these homes if not more so. Lived in homes need to look not so lived in when on the market and can be improved dramatically by simply adding or deleting furnishings, changing furniture layout and adding the right accessories and finishing touches.
Using an overall design plan and often utilizing no cost or low cost items a fresh new space is created giving a lived in home a more model home appearance. The goal in staging an occupied home is to show the home so that potential buyers can see themselves living there instead of imaging who currently lives there.
If potential buyers see an over crowded space they will wonder how they are going to fit their belongings into the same space. Many older homes have awkward rooms while newer homes tend to have awkward angles. This awkwardness creates confusion for home buyers who are often perplexed as to what the room is used for or how they might arrange their furniture. By eliminating the awkwardness, there is no doubt left in the buyer's mind how their items will work in a space.
When selling currently lived in homes it is a necessity to create a model home experience and show the space off in the best possible light in order to compete with the many other homes on the market.
Redesigned Spaces is located in Fairfax County, Virginia and serves the Washington DC Metro Area. Please contact Sandra Hughes at 703.750.0060 or visit our web site at http://www.redesignedspaces.com/ to learn how we can assist you in merchandising your home for a faster and more profitable resale or how we can help you redesign your current space for living.