It is my belief that we each put our soul into a home. The design, the layout of the rooms, the colors, the pictures we hang, the lights that illuminate our paths or our bed-side tables each say something about us. It involves vision, artistry and a clear understanding of the people who will use the "Living Spaces." I can help you insure that your soul fills your home easily.
This is a staging project I did for Deborah Stewart. Deborah is a real estate agent and investor with an eye for houses that can become homes and a passion to bring cut-up or abused houses back to a home with all the comforts.
The house had served many years as a rooming house. A lot of work had to be done repair the damage from neglect and to convert the house back to a single-family dwelling. The replacement windows came out; period windows went back in. Original brass fixtures, hidden by layers of paint over the years, were being stripped and polished. The kitchen was completely new; the second floor had heating and cooling. Once the construction dust was cleared away, Deborah had restored an absolutely perfect 1918 Arts & Crafts Bungalow. That's when I worked by magic.
Take an empty house, put it on the market and hope that potential buyers can imagine all the possibilities. Or, professional stage the same house. Show potential buyers the magic of the home.
Fact. Only 10% of buyers can recognize the potential.
Staging Experts of greater Louisville (SEL) knowledge of current buyers’ expectations leads to faster sales. According to SEL’s 2011 statistics, 84% of staged homes in greater Louisville spent an average of 16 days on the market before receiving a signed contract.
With 90% or more of buyers viewing homes on-line to decide whether to visit, it is of the utmost importance to give your viewers a reason to make the drive to your home. Staging Experts are well aware of this fact and strive to assure your rooms will not only show well but also photograph well.
Whether you are brushing your teeth, soaking in a hot tub of bubbles or dashing through the shower on your way to work, bathrooms need to fit your needs. And they need to fit the spaces your home has available.
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Just as each home is made of different rooms, each room is made of different design elements. These are the points of interest that define the room and, based on what you've told me, my vision for the room. Each one sets, and holds, the mood that fills the rooms.
One of the most important places in a home is the kitchen. Here is an example of a wonderful transformation. Originally, the kitchen had been separated from the breakfast room by a wall. Taking the wall out dramatically improved the flow of the two rooms. The windows, skylight, colors and other special touches added to the brightness and made it a wonderful space.