Tuesday, May 23, 2006


Before: Stay Away From the Family Room

This room is not large enough for both a sofa and loveseat. The sofa is crowded against the fireplace. The loveseat physically blocks traffic flow through the room and visually blocks the view from the kitchen. Posted by Picasa


After: Please Come In

Moving the sofa away from the fireplace and centering it under the window makes better use of the space. The loveseat was moved into the other room and replaced with the chair and ottoman. The mantel was given a less cluttered arrangement. The room is more inviting and is easier to navigate without all the obstacles. Posted by Picasa


Before: Disharmony

Angled furniture arrangements actually take up more space and make a small room seem even smaller. The clock over the mantel is too little for the space. Lacking accessories, the mantel just blends into the wall. Posted by Picasa


After: Balance

Moving the print over the mantel and adding a few accessories brings focus to the fireplace. A squarer furniture arrangement creates a feeling of balance. This home sold in two weeks with two offers close to full price. Home Staging gets homes sold quickly! Posted by Picasa


Before: Crowded Space

This room is only partially staged for sale. The entertainment center is crowded into the corner at an angle and is partially in front of the window, blocking light and making viewing the TV difficult. Posted by Picasa


After: A More Spacious Room

Moving the entertainment center across from the fireplace creates a space more conducive to conversation and TV viewing. Moving it away from the window also allows more light into the room and unclutters the corner. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, June 25, 2005


Home Staging

As a Realtor®, you know that selling a home is different from living in a home. And first impressions are everything. Buyers need to feel at home the minute they walk in the front door.

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My job as an interior design professional is to give your listing the objective attention it deserves to make buyers feel at home and ready to move in.
You need advice from an experienced designer. You are responsible for getting the buyers in the front door. With over 15 years of design experience, I will invite the buyer to stay.
I design each room to appeal to prospective buyers by offering simple solutions.
The strength of my service is my personal approach. I will work with you and the seller to showcase the home. Buyers will see it at its best.
Please call me to stage your home for you.

Read more at my website TCominoDesigns.com about home staging.

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