Renters can be hard on a property. This particular renter caused a small fire in the kitchen, which meant a lot of work for the landlord.
After the tenants’ lease expired, the home owner decided to repair the damage and sell the property.
This was a good time to do some updates in the whole house. After spending 6 weeks scrubbing, power washing, painting, floor refinishing, and rehabbing, this little gem is ready to be staged. Premiere Home Stagers advised on the cabinetry, counter-tops, bathroom fixtures, flooring, and paint colors, in addition to staging.
The lower cabinets were not damaged, so they received a coat of light gray paint. The laminate countertop was chosen to blend the gray lower cabinets with the stained upper cabinets. The flooring is dark enough to not show every speck of dirt, but also light enough to complement the cabinetry. The white appliances match the window, the baseboard trim, and the sink.
This cozy living room is big enough to entertain guests, yet doesn’t interrupt the conversation when walking through to the front door or heading toward the bedrooms or kitchen. The area rug defines the living space.
The bathroom had the most dramatic changes. An original built-in cabinet was removed to make room for a larger sink unit with storage. The toilet was re-positioned in front of the window for more room.
The master bedroom closet has shelving, so a dresser is not really needed. The bed is positioned for good air movement between the windows.
This 3-bed/1-bath house is in an affordable price range, which makes it attractive for a single person, a couple, or a small family. The homeowner did all the right things to make this house stand out from among the competition. I’m expecting it to go quick–because staged homes sell faster than un-staged homes. Call Premiere Home Stagers at 608-345-9396