In between staging and de-staging days, there are still many tasks to do. For example, in the next month, I having tentative stagings for an older cape cod-style house, a modern condo, and a Parade Home. I go through my inventory to see what gaps I might have and try to fill them.
These chair frames will be used in the eat-in kitchen in the cape cod house once I replace the dated vinyl cushions with some gold and black patterned fabric.
The vases used to be yellow and burgundy. I spray-painted them silver to match the silver-dotted pillows I sewed. A perfect combination for the modern condo.
The Parade Home is a 3-bedroom, 2 bath ranch-style home. The builder wanted Premiere Home Stagers to set up the extra bedrooms as a boy’s room and a nursery. I decoupaged the back of a plain white crib with a color scheme to complement the red and yellow crib bedding.
The rest of the Parade Home has a navy, taupe, and cream color scheme. I sewed a couple of sofa pillows to put on a cream-colored sofa and complement a pair of blue patterned chairs.
There are accessories and wall art, in addition to the furniture, to set aside for each project so as to use the appropriate piece at the correct address.
Home staging is not just “fluffing a few pillows” and moving furniture around. The house is like a blank canvas and the stager is the artist. Call Premiere Home Stagers at 608-345-9396.