Most homes should be staged before listing, whether occupied or vacant. Because people form an impression within 15 seconds, you want those seconds to be favorable.
A vacant house tends to look cold and uninviting. There is nothing to look at besides those small imperfections that most people would probably dismiss if staged.
Now prospective buyers have an idea of the size and scale of the room and a possible furniture layout. After staging, you’ll want to have a seat and chat with the realtor about your offer.
It is difficult to determine what size bed will fit, where to position it, and what else might fit in an empty room.
A queen-size bed definitely fits under the window. There is room for a second night stand on the right side as well.
One area that might be confusing to a buyer was what to put in this empty bathroom space to the left of the tub/shower.
Some might put a laundry hamper here, but a make-up vanity fits the bill perfectly and allows for more than one person to use the bathroom when getting ready.
Instead of a traditional table, I positioned a breakfast bar in the kitchen. It matches the countertop and can be moved to be a kitchen island or peninsula.
This gem is now ready for its first impression! Call Premiere Home Stagers at 608-345-9396 to make your house’s first impression favorable.