Some people think that only higher-end houses should be staged.  Premiere Home Stagers believes that most houses should be staged, regardless of their price point.

Living Room Before





This is the first room one sees when entering the front door.  There is nothing to look at except for the blue carpet and white walls.







This is the family room, just a few steps down from the dining area.  You notice the dark paneling and ceiling beams.  You wonder how to position your furniture because of the large window and door to the screen porch to the right of the fireplace.

The house was on the market, but remained vacant.  After the listing expired, a different realtor asked the homeowners whether they would consider staging it.  Premiere Home Stagers was happy to oblige.

Living Room After

The furniture was chosen to make sense of the blue carpet. You can envision yourself having a conversation with your guests.

Family Room After

The white sectional brightens the family room. There is a window seat to gaze at the birds eating from the bird feeder.  The shelving unit in the background can hold decorative items or books.

The fireplace remains the focal point, but is softened with greenery and a large floral picture.






Dining Room After

Premiere Home Stagers chooses the right amount and style of furniture for the house so that prospective buyers can envision themselves living there.  Why not choose to put your best foot forward and make a good first impression.  608-345-9396.