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Staging your home These are just a few examples of just a few homes Cheryl Cox has staged for me! - Virginia Tips for

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  • Staging your home These are just a few examples of just a few homes Cheryl Cox has staged for me! - Virginia Tips for
  • This dining room was used to accommodate the homeowners lifestyle. Before
  • When selling, rooms should be returned to their intended purpose. After
  • Before, the sofa blocks the view of the fireplace and built-in bookcases. Before
  • Repositioning the sofa allows all of the best features of the room to be seen. After
  • Before The choice of bright red paint may be undesirable to some buyers.
  • A neutral paint color is a much better choice for most buyers. After
  • Area rugs hide the beautiful hardwood floors you are selling. Before
  • Taking up rugs showcase the hardwood floors hidden underneath. After
  • Furniture should be positioned for best impression upon entrance. Before
  • By repositioning furniture, rooms show the best use of the space. After
  • Before Before, this bonus room was painted a dark, personal color.
  • After painting a neutral color, this room is bright and inviting. After
  • The size of this bedroom is not appreciated with this furniture placement. Before
  • Repositioning the furniture showcases the rooms size. After
  • Before, this family room seems small and cluttered. Before
  • After removing excessive furniture, the fireplace becomes the focal point. After
  • Personal paint colors often photograph too vibrant and overwhelming. Before
  • Neutral paint colors allows buyers to focus on the features of the room. After
  • Textures, patterns and stripes are distracting in photographs. Before
  • Solid-colored comforters are a much better choice for beds. After
  • Built-in book shelves should be showcased, not the items on them. Before
  • Pack small items leaving fewer large items on book shelves. After
  • The beautiful fireplace is not the focal point of family room. Before
  • The fireplace, hardwoods, vaulted ceiling and windows are now focal points. After
  • Childrens toys can make rooms difficult to manage during showings. Before
  • Store your childs selected, favorite toys in bins and pack the rest. After
  • These staging tips were provided by www.stagecoachhomes.com If you are selling your home and would like a Home Staging Consultation, please contact StageCoach Home Staging at 704.517.0665.