As we move into a new decade, we’re seeing a return to a classic, traditional design style. Of course, today’s new home buyers, Generation Z born between 1997 and 2012, may have something to do with this style shift.[Read more…] about “Neo-Traditionalist” Style Emerging
Staged Interior was recently brought in to stage a brand new luxury townhouse on Olivet Drive in the Crest Of Alexandria, an adult ( 55+ ) subdivision. The condo has all the amenities home buyers would look for in properties of this type and our team highlighted these features in their home staging strategy.[Read more…] about Staging a New 55+ Townhouse in Alexandria
Whether it’s a 930 sq. ft. historic townhouse 6 blocks from the White House, or an urban mansion up by the National Cathedral, Staged Interior stages homes of all types in Washington, D.C.[Read more…] about Staging a Home in Washington, D.C.
Decluttering is one of the biggest returns on investment a homeowner can make to showcase a property. It makes the space more appealing to potential home buyers! To start the process, our team at Staged Interior suggests clients ask the questions below to see where to declutter their houses.[Read more…] about Decluttering Your Way to a Home Sale
We have reached the end of another year — 2020 is upon us! Before the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve our team at Staged Interior is taking the time to reflect on our company’s successes, the challenges we faced, and how we can improve in the New Year. Our team takes pride in producing amazing spaces with our proven home staging tips that will inspire homebuyers to make an offer.[Read more…] about Best of 2019 Home Staging Tips
Today’s homebuyers are looking for a property that provides an open layout to create a spacious, functioning main level for the entire family. An open layout refers to a house in which two or more traditional-use spaces have been joined to form a larger space. This has been the dominant architectural trend in new residential construction since about 1990.[Read more…] about Staging an Open Layout – Friend or Foe?