An Arts and Crafts Gem Is Staged With A Fresh, Classic Style

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Home Stager with Debra RowleyInterior Staging

This Seattle house was built in 1922 and refurbished from top to bottom to enhance its original design.

I staged the den and living room with my own inventory of artwork, lamps, antiques, and accessorie, and chose rental furnishings to complete the desired effect.

Antiques mixed with classic furnishings always look well together. Just remember to have a good balance of both styles to keep a room looking fresh and inviting

*Note: The window treatments that are hung too high in the living room were added later by the owner after I had finished the job.

Before and after photos of den and living room by Debra Rowley Interior Staging:

 This is the Before Photo of the Living Before Staging

 

Comments (4)

Freddy Delgadillo
Judah Realty Group - Bellevue, WA
Real Estate Broker specializing Greater Eastside

Debra - what an amazing diffrence on finish work. I would have never of bought the "before" home but after looking at the "after" home... WOW! I would offer full prize. Great work!

Jul 30, 2008 05:13 AM
Tanya Venable
Orlando, FL
SEO, Mobile SEO, and Internet Marketing Consultant

Debra, looks wonderful!  I love the office desk. Very elegant.  Great colors. I had been debating on getting some sitting chairs similar to the ones you have.  Now that I've seen your pictures, I just may get them.

Aug 16, 2008 01:46 AM
Wanda Richards
Shows Great Home Staging and Web Solutions - Roanoke, VA
Shows Great Home Staging

Debra - Great staging!  It looks fabulous!  I just purchased a chair similar to what you have in the living room.  I wish they had two but I had to settle for one.  Where did you find yours?

 

Aug 16, 2008 10:29 AM
Phyllis Pafumi
ReStyled to Sell Home Staging New Jersey - Old Bridge, NJ
ReStyled to Sell Staging Homes NJ

Doesn't it just amaze you that anyone would put their home on the market without staging it. You have to ask yourself WHY?? The home shows incredibly more beautiful and richer once staged.

Great job, Phyllis Pafumi

Aug 16, 2008 12:26 PM