Why Staging a Previously Decorated Home is Worth The Investment
Guest Contributor: Patti Stern, PJ & Company Staging and Interior Decorating
Once you decide to sell your home, it’s time to step back, detach and look at it through the lens of today’s young buyers who are attracted to a property that feels fresh and updated. With styles and color trends constantly changing, even a home that was professionally decorated over ten years ago will get overlooked if it feels stuck in the past. Simple updates such as covering dark wall colors with a fresh coat of bright, neutral paint and introducing chic, modern accents to pair with existing furniture are the necessary ingredients to make a home ready to sell in a competitive market.
Check out some examples below of recent homes staged by our team.
For this sitting area, we rearranged antique furniture, added a neutral area rug and refreshed mantle and wall with modern accents.
We used existing furniture and bright accents – rug, pillows, wall art and lamps to give this den welcoming style.
For this master bedroom we re-painted dark brown walls with a soft grey and paired with accents to give the room a more spacious and updated look.
For this formal living room, we rearranged furniture for better flow and added simple accessories that complement the existing color palette for a more inviting feel.
For more examples of interior decorating and home staging, visit www.pjstagingdecorating.com.
AUTHOR: Patti Stern, principal, interior decorator and professional stager of PJ & Company Staging and Interior Decorating, has been decorating and staging homes since 2005. She and her team provide turnkey, full service home staging and interior decorating to clients across Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts. Her company has received Houzz 2015, 2016 and 2017 Awards for Customer Service.
Patti has been featured in Connecticut Magazine, the Hartford Courant, Danbury News-Times and on NBC Connecticut and FOX TV. She is a regular contributor to the National Association of Realtor’s Blog, “Style, Staged and Sold.”
For more information, contact Patti Stern at 203-640-3762 or firstname.lastname@example.org