Contemporary Furnishings Meld Past and Present in a '50's Style Rambler.

Home Stager with Debra RowleyInterior Staging

This house was built in the early '50's and had the typical beige sandstone fireplace and built-in light wood cabinets. it was in desperate need of painting, re-carpeting, and wood floor refinishing.

Even after the cosmetic improvements were made, the dated look of the house was further improved upon by staging it with contemporary furishings that complimented the house's original design.





Comments (7)

Amy Prouty
Home Staging - Keno, YN

What a difference updated furniture can make. Great Job!

Jul 30, 2008 06:00 PM
Kym Hough
www.Staged-to-Sell - Danville, CA
Staged to Sell East Bay - Danville, CA

Very nice, what did you do to the bookcases on either side of the fireplace. The color is so much better in the after shots. Please let me know. Kym

Jul 30, 2008 06:12 PM
Freddy Delgadillo
Judah Realty Group - Bellevue, WA
Real Estate Broker specializing Greater Eastside

Another one of your GREAT master pieces Debra! That's why you're on my team when it comes to staging homes and designing homes for various clients of mine.

Jul 30, 2008 06:16 PM
Betty Haney
Haney Consulting - Calgary, AB

Debra I love what you did with the rooms.  Buyers will now be able to see themselves living in this house.  It is so much warmer and more inviting.  Great job.  Betty

Jul 30, 2008 06:16 PM
Tanya Venable
Orlando, FL
SEO, Mobile SEO, and Internet Marketing Consultant

Debra - I think the furniture really makes the biggest difference.  It's makes the space very stylish and inviting!

Jul 31, 2008 12:54 AM
Michele Hess
Simply Staged Inc. - Rockford, IL
Home Stager Rockford - Simply Staged Inc

What a difference!  Your staging certainly brought a more current feel to the home.  Nicely done!

Jul 31, 2008 01:10 AM
Debra Rowley
Debra RowleyInterior Staging - Sammamish, WA

Thanks to everyone for your positive feedback. It is amazing what staging can do to market ANY type of house to its best advantage.


Jul 31, 2008 06:18 AM