Normally, vacant rooms are hard to visualize size and scale without furniture. However, when staging a kitchen, additional furniture is not necessary. So how do you stage a kitchen so it feels like the heart of the home? Premiere Home Stagers knows just how to accomplish that!
Because the dark upper trim is supposed to stand out, there is no need to place anything on top of the cabinets. We wanted a fresh, clean look here. We could have put up a small valance over the kitchen sink window, but since the season was spring, we decided to let in as much light as possible with an unobstructed view to the lovely wooded backyard.
Instead of prospective buyers wondering what to place against an empty wall, place something that is useful.
Set out two wine glasses and a cheese dome on top of a metal tray, and add two wine bottles in the wine rack. This evokes an entertaining mood. The greenery gives some softness to a hard wooden piece.
Add some pottery to the corner to hide the electrical outlets, and fill a hard-to-reach spot.
This colorful duo is a focal point when entering the kitchen from either the back or front doors.
Then to make the kitchen and eating area more cohesive, add a colorful area rug, a circular table with uphostered chairs, plus a stunning centerpiece and metal artwork and, voila, a vacant room has been filled with beauty.
Premiere Home Stagers knows how to transform vacant rooms into eye-candy for prospective buyers. We can also make your space more efficient and desirable for homeowners.
We lead workshops on choosing color, accessories, and furniture in the Madison, WI area. Contact us if you’re local and would like to attend. 608-345-9396 or 608-217-8058.