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Staging vs. Interior Design

What is staging?

The purpose of staging your home is to create an inviting environment that appeals to the most number of prospective buyers.  The majority of buyers begin their home search on line.  Our goal is catch the buyers eye and have them click on your listing.  Together, our focus is to entice viewers to come and view your property.

Staging isn't about your personal style.  This is where staging and interior design differ.  In staging, we create an atmosphere that is not specific to one look of decorating or a particular lifestyle.  We need to show prospective buyers that they can make your property their own.
 

Here's a link that gives more detail on the differences between staging and interior design.

https://www.homelight.com/blog/interior-design-home-staging-difference/
  

I've included some key tidbits:

The key with home staging is to cast a wide net with your design selections. You need to appeal to the largest pool of buyers possible, so your color, style, and material choices are limited to neutral hues, subdued styles, and popular finishes that have mass appeal.

 

According to HomeLight’s Top Agent Insights Survey for Q1 2019, two-thirds of top-performing agents from markets across the country believe buyers will pay more for a staged home, and nearly 83% say that a staged home sells faster than an unstaged home.


The key with home staging is to cast a wide net with your design selections. You need to appeal to the largest pool of buyers possible, so your color, style, and material choices are limited to neutral hues, subdued styles, and popular finishes that have mass appeal.

KathrynNixon@AOL.com    310.710.4110