How to reduce drama, encourage adventure and attract buyers for kids rooms
Let’s face it. Kids are messy and their rooms can be chaotic. When itcomes time to stage children’s rooms, the goal is to create a kind of idyllic space that’s not real life – it’s a dream, a fantasy of how people imagine a child’s room should be.
The space also has to appeal to buyers with no kids or kids of different ages. Oh, and your kids are going to live in it at the same time. Is that even possible? Follow these tips for a kids space you can live with that attracts all kinds of buyers.
The master bedroom is a key area of the home to stage. It’s the homeowner’s retreat from the cares of the world and the stress of busy home life. It needs to feel like you’ve stepped into a vacation property. You want buyers to walk in and sigh from their desire for such a space. Here are 10 dreamy ways to make the magic happen: Continue reading 10 Dreamy Ways to Stage a Master Bedroom→
Kitchen staging doesn’t have to cost a lot to create impact with the 3 Cs
Your kitchen is probably the most important place in a house to stage. It’s the center of home life and sets the stage for the wow factor. It’s also the hardest to stage, because making it pretty isn’t convenient for everyday life. Thankfully, kitchen staging doesn’t have to be expensive to be effective. Continue reading Low-Cost Wow: 16 Affordable Kitchen Staging Ideas→