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Staged Home in Edgewater, MD

Living Room

This waterfront property in Edgewater, Maryland had one of the oddest and most challenging layouts that we’ve worked with, and one that would clearly confuse and put off any potential home buyer walking through the space. The house had several additions, oddly shaped rooms, very low ceilings, faux wood paneled walls and was outdated. Thus, the […] Read More

Staged Home in Joppa, MD

Family Room

This house in Joppa, Maryland was another case where the layout and space didn’t quite make sense, and if left vacant, it would leave a potential buyer with many questions. You entered the house into a long and narrow living room, and then walked through the kitchen into a huge space with tall ceilings that was […] Read More

Staged House in Severna Park, MD

Living Room

This property had been on the market for more than a year!  It sat vacant the entire time.  The exterior of the property was actually quite charming…it had a cottage look, with a big wrap-around front porch and a well manicured lawn.  However, stepping inside was another story! The second realtor for the property quickly […] Read More

Staged Townhouse in Halethorpe, MD

Living Room

This townhouse in Halethorpe needed some brightening up, and staging did just that! We used a fun, fresh color palette of blues and corals that paired beautifully with the tan walls, and brought the place to life! The living room wasn’t getting much natural light and was generally pretty dark, so the pops of bright […] Read More

Staged Property in Annapolis, MD

Living Room

This beautifully renovated property in Annapolis featured an open floor plan in the main living area that may be very popular today, but its practical set-up is often very difficult for potential home buyers to visualize. A large open space doesn’t always have an obvious way to be divided, and when potential buyers are left questioning […] Read More

Staged Two Bedroom Condo in Capitol Hill, Washington DC

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When we stage a property, we always take the location and the target buyer into consideration. It’s important to know who our target audience is so that we can develop a staging plan that will attract and resonate with those target buyers.  This condo is in Capitol Hill.    Potential buyers for this condo would […] Read More

Staged House in Washington DC

Living Room

This row house in Washington, DC had one of the tiniest living rooms we’ve worked with, but with appropriately scaled furniture and a strong furniture placement plan, we were able to create a space that could seat several people and house a TV comfortably. Simply because a space is small, it doesn’t mean you can’t […] Read More

Staged House in Alexandria, VA

Living Room

Even though this house is in a charming older neighborhood near downtown Alexandria, the interior was lacking charm and warmth, and desperately needed to be staged. Most of the interior on the main level of the property hadn’t been updated in years and was showing it’s age!  The living room had an entire wall made up of dark, […] Read More

Staged Townhouse in Baltimore, MD

Living Room

This newly renovated small townhouse in Baltimore had a neutral color palette of gray walls and carpets and dark brown kitchen cabinets and hardwood floors, making it a perfect backdrop for a fresh and bright color combination of yellows and turquoises.  A striking color theme, furniture placement, and visual balance and harmony together all help […] Read More

Catonsville Home Staged in Bold Blues & Oranges

Living Room

This home in Catonsville is over a hundred years old and was just recently renovated, featuring the most beautiful coffered ceilings and elegant moldings throughout the property. It was a gorgeous backdrop to work with, and since the walls were a light gray color, we decided to go with a bold color palette of blues […] Read More