Property Staging


Home Staging is the art of enhancing a home by making improvements in the home’s overall appearance.

Stagers create their magic by enhancing the space using painters, landscape artists, floor refinishers, furniture, accessories, artwork, window treatments, plants and fresh flowers.

Professional Stagers take an average home and stage it into a generous living space.

According to surveys, only 10% of buyers can visualize what a home COULD look like.

That is where we come in.
Staged properties usually sell for a higher price or close to asking price.

Professional Staging adds value to the property, creates a positive connection for prospective buyers.


 Experience the “WOW” factor, and make the property stand above any other homes in the market!


Full – Property Staging:

Enhancing, empowering and energizing the space into its fullest potential. Highlighting the best architectural features and focal points of the space to maximize the return investment of the property. Every room is staged with art work, plants, accessories (kitchen & bath), rugs, lighting, window treatments and installation of furniture.

Partial – Property Staging:

Redesigning the space by rearranging all furniture placements maximizes the home’s floor plan, creates an open space floor plan with visual affect for potential home buyers. Decluttering room by room, adding accessories and art décor to accentuate each space, to create a “wow” factor. Furnishings and décors are kept to a minimum, achieving a neutral home setting for great sales results.

Home staging is about illusions. It’s beyond decorating and cleaning. It’s about perfecting the art of creating moods. Staging makes your house look bigger, brighter, cleaner, warmer, more loving and, best of all, it makes home buyers want to buy it. Contrary to what you might think, it’s about more than preparing the house for sale. Staging is what you do after you’ve cleaned, decluttered, painted, made minor repairs; it’s all about dressing the house for sale.

See The Red Home Design Staging Consultation Report