I have the rest of the pictures from the staging project today.  

Let me start by saying this...... when Cari first met with the homeowners they discussed everything that needed to be done before putting the house on the market.... taking into consideration that it had to be done in a month to take advantage of the busy spring market!

Everybody worked in tandem with scheduling and getting things done.  Team work people!  

Remember this....your home is probably the biggest investment you will make.....why wouldn't you do everything you could to get your best return?

Now....back to before and afters.  Plus the professional shots are back so I have a few of those to share.

The TV/Den before

After....we replaced the coffee table and some of the pillows.

This is where the leather chair ended up.

The real estate picture.  You can see we removed a few pieces of furniture.


Why did we get a new coffee table?  Because it looked too heavy especially coming into view up the stairs.  Just a small detail.

Heading upstairs to the bedrooms.


This is the headboard we moved to the main level guest room.  We then purchased this cute World Market one!

And the real estate picture.



Real Estate picture

Master before


This is the real estate shows that we changed the curtains to white.

Master bath before


No before of this basement bedroom....
But we re-arranged the whole space and added white bedding and pillows!  Most of the furniture and bed were on the opposite [same wall as the door] .  We flipped everything to give a clear pathway.

I don't have a before of the porch either but we added the pillows, rug, and table accessories trying to brighten it up as much as we could!


Added more color here...

This view right!

I showed you the before and after of the laundry room but here is the real estate shot.


We actually changed out the faucet from silver to this oil rubbed bronze one.

And what you can't see is we added this cute.

Somebody asked about the kitchen pendants.

I wrote up a few things that were done to this property before going on the market.


Doing all of this will help your home stand out and will give a buyer no barriers to move forward with a purchase:)

Last few professional pictures of this great kitchen!

And that's a wrap!  Thanks to Leslie for being so damn awesome and bringing me some chocolate one day......

Who wants to move to Boulder?

Happy Easter everyone:)



Anonymous said...

Beautiful home! Even though I didn't see a picture of the island before I can see that painting it white made the kitchen so light and airy. Great job!

Anonymous said...

You're killing me here (in Roxborough Park). If they have an open house, I'll try to find it.

Kathysue said...

You did a wonderful job staging Sherry, everything looks refreshed and current!! I bet this home sells quickly. Today is the day we turned over our keys from our previous home, 2 years ago, time sure flies!!

Diane said...

I love your work! We are in the process of selling our home and I took note of a lot of your staging tips. I have dark stained kitchen cabinets and I was glad to see the cabinets here were other than the popular white. Do you think stained cabinets will bring less buyers? I am deciding whether or not to paint mine.

Carla Aston said...

Great job! You gave them the great finishing touches. Love it.

Erika Ward said...

You brought so much light back into the home. Lovely! And I hope everyone realizes that your staging tips also apply when giving your home a good spring cleaning!

flowdesigns said...

Love these posts! A belated thank you for your expertise and energy. It was an aerobic event to say the least. SO pleased with the results! Can't wait to see your magic with Field Court next month :-)

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