View the Same Property Staged 3 Different Ways

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  1. Wow! The differences of design are incredible! If not for referencing the location of the windows, I would not have believed these were (even) the same space.

    Thanks for posting!

  2. I agree with Karen, pictures and angles make all the difference when selling your home.

  3. Dorothy Philipps

    In staging with a specific furniture style (traditional, transtional or modern) the seller is taking a chance that the look will turn off a buyer who cannot imagine his own furniture occupying that space. The room with staging which leaves the most to my imagination (lots of space, uncluttered) will be the most appealing to me as a buyer.

  4. Classic Vibe: My favorite style wise but, furniture too big for the space and too dark. Positioning of the furniture was done correctly.

    Bold Artwork: In my opinion, out of the three, was the hardest to stage. A keen eye would have done 2 cozy sitting areas, split the room in half and out all of the artwork on 1 wall and done ultra modern with white furniture.

    A Modern Touch: This room is the largest of the 3 and I would have placed Industrial furniture centered for gatherings in the room leaving the perimeter open; with this concept you leave the admirer’s free to walk the perimeter of the room. Plenty of natural light, you do not need to add additional lighting above the windows. The lighting budget should have been spent to light each individual art piece.

  5. Staging, photo angles and lighting can all make a tremendous difference when presenting a home to sell. Online photos should generate enough interest for someone to view the home. At the end of the day nothing replaces seeing the home in person

  6. This is incredible! Very eye opening to see multiple options. Check out my site to see more home staging. http://www.couturestaging,ca

  7. Ellen Reilly

    Love the article! Next I would love to see a designer re-create a neutral room three different ways based on the preferences of three couples and see how it changes the look of the room.

  8. Amazing how different the three look. I like the camera angle on the Modern Touch.

  9. Were all these done using virtual staging? It looks so real! I used to be a skeptic about using virtual resources to stage homes; I felt it got too close to misrepresentation, especially if the sizes aren’t taken into account. But this looks so good I might have to reconsider!

  10. I would love to see a designer re-create a neutral room three different ways based on the preferences of three couples