There are three essential phases in the home staging process:
Phase One: Making the Most From What You Already Have
By using your own accessories and furnishings, we will enhance the visual appeal of your home while conserving the budget.
To make a distinct entrance in a tiny hallway, 2 floating shelves which the owner already had were added, along with a vase and birch branches.
A small kitchen nook was re-designed with the holidays in mind using accessories the homeowner had.
Phase Two: Making Small, Invested Purchases
Clever Home Design may recommend small accessory or furnishing purchases in order to complete the staging process. This generates a higher profit and expedites the sale of the home, while also allowing for more visually appealing photographs to be taken.
Suggested changes (which included day light bulbs and few small accessories) dramatically
transformed the appearance of this compact bathroom
Phase Three: Making Cosmetic Alterations
Cosmetic changes such as paint, lighting, new floors or other finishing surfaces may also be suggested. These alterations have a high payoff when selling your home, and are a relatively quick and simple way to get the most out of your money. Don’t spend on cosmetic changes without first consulting the experts at Clever Home Design LLC.
(on left) Creating a mustard-yellow accent wall and replacing the small area rug with a larger one converted this initially lifeless room into a bright, warm and cheerful space.
For a vacant home (on right), suggested cosmetic changes included painting the wall with warmer hue, refacing and modernizing the fireplace, and replacing the dirty white carpet with laminate flooring.
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