Specializing in staging luxury homes and working with design clients that just don't have the time or the inclination to make their home look like home. We also design award winning model homes and sales presentation centres. When the new homes are sold we provide an awesome team of ladies to conduct the decor selections.
Staging in Vaughan and Toronto we generally suggest to stage the five principle rooms in a home.
They would be the living room, family room, dining room, kitchen and master bedroom.
We stage the foyer and bathrooms at no additional charge as an incentive to sellers to stage a second bedroom.
We find if you stage an additional bedroom it adds to the emotional buy in by the potential buyers.
We can present one more touch point for them to commit to a home.
Budgets are usually tight when it comes to staging a home as sellers can't understand how important it is to invest in the lifestyle of their home compared to other homes for sale on the market.
Here are some examples of second bedrooms we have staged and they absolutely added to the value the buyers saw in the home versus others for sale.
Each of these additionally staged rooms added some abience to the home that would encourage a buyer to make an offer. The sellers and the agents all commented on what a great "feel" the staging brought to the room vs how they looked previously. All homes sold within days.
If you have a property you are looking to have marketed to attract your ideal buyers call the Go To Girl around town.
We have found staging in Vaughan and the Toronto GTA area we are using more colour than neutral colours in our staging work for the last year.
There is a trend for "maximilism" in our area and buyers see it every day in design magazines as well as on TV shows like The Marilyn Denis Show and Cityline.
With our exceptionally grey winters we are finding buyers are quite receiptive to a more colourful look as long as it is curated well and not overwhelming the room.
We still advise neutral wall colours like OC 27 Balboa Mist so buyers can move right in. But we find it is the use of colour that gets them excited to consider there and putting in an offer.
Below are two examples- one home staged with colour and one with a neutral palette. They are a good comparison as these new builds were sitting side by side. Only the use of colour is changed in the living rooms.
There are buyers attracted to both looks. Which look is the winner in your area?
When you have a property to be marketed to attract your ideal buyers call the Go To Girl around town.