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6 Steps to Staging a New Build for Stunning Real Estate Photos

A living room with blue accents.

Staging a new build is a critical element that can make or break a potential buyer’s initial thoughts on a home. Not only does it give you the ability to showcase the property’s best features but helps buyers envision their lives there. In addition to in-person showings, staging is essential in capturing high-quality real estate…

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How to Use Color Psychology in Home Staging

A living room with bright pops of color.

In the art home staging, even the smallest detail plays a critical role in shaping a potential buyer’s impression of the space. Among these details, color has proven to be a powerful tool for bringing about certain emotions and setting the tone of a home. That’s why having a basic knowledge of the role of…

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How to Stage an Open Floor Plan

An open floor plan living room.

Open floor plans symbolize contemporary living, creating a canvas for flexibility and a seamless flow between different home areas. However, staging this kind of layout can be a puzzle with unique challenges. Many floor plans are out there, and it might feel overwhelming to even think about staging a home. But don’t worry – balancing…

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Bedroom Staging in 2024: Create Comfort and Appeal

A bedroom staged with neutral bedding.

Over time, bedrooms have evolved into more than just a place to sleep – they’re a sanctuary for comfort and rejuvenation. As we step into the new year, the world of bedroom design is undergoing an interesting transformation. We’ll start to see a blending of timeless style with cutting-edge trends.  By playing into the hottest…

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Making the Most of Your New Build’s Outdoor Spaces

View from the patio of a home, overlooking greenery.

In today’s modern living, it’s worth noting that new build’s outdoor spaces have evolved from mere backyards to integral components that offer endless possibilities to enhance your lifestyle and boost your property’s value. In contemporary residential architecture, outdoor spaces hold profound significance. You might think home staging is irrelevant to outdoor spaces, but let us…

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Nail Home Staging with the Art of Neutralizing

A view of a bed in the center of a staged bedroom.

There’s a lot to consider when it comes to home staging, but a lot of times it’s actually about keeping it simple. It’s easy to get caught up on where to begin, especially if you’re a homebuilder looking to stage a new home. Before you make too bold of a statement with color, furnishings, or decor,…

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8 Mistakes to Avoid When Staging a Small Space

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When staging a small space, there are several things to keep in mind. You want to ensure the area looks its best and appeals to potential buyers, no matter its size. At the same time, there are a few simple mistakes that can work against you when staging with limited space. It’s important to consider the prospective…

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5 Home Staging Tips for Spring

A living room with light airy neutral colors. There is seating around a coffee table.

Spring is on its way, so why not bring a seasonal touch to your staged home? If you’re trying to sell your home in the coming months, you don’t need to go overboard with spring decor. Though there are a few simple ways you can acknowledge the season. You can make small updates to ensure…

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Attract More Buyers with Ambiance

A close-up look at a dining room table setting.

While ambiance may be the last thing you focus on when staging your home, it’s a crucial step for impressing buyers. Before letting anyone into your home for a showing, use ambiance to increase your chances of sealing the deal. To create an ambiance is to create a captivating mood and atmosphere in the home.…

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Why the Correct Artwork Matters in Home Staging

A dining room with a table, chairs, and settings. A large piece of artwork is overlooking the table.

Staging your home with art can be a great way to add personality and style to any space. It also helps to create a sense of warmth and makes a room feel more inviting to potential buyers. That’s why the correct artwork matters in home staging. However, artwork that doesn’t suit your home will work…

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