The dilemma of secondary bedrooms

Secondary bedroom

  Home staging tip: To stage or not to stage, that is the question, and more specifically, to stage or not to stage secondary bedrooms. Usually, my answer is always no, unless the property is quite small and has only two bedrooms, and by that, I mean the master bedroom and one regular bedroom. But even […]

Is it ok to leave rooms empty when staging a home?

Guitars in a bedroom

  This house sold in 5 days for $52,000 over asking price Home staging tip: Is it ok to leave rooms empty when staging a home? It depends. If it’s one of the most important rooms such as the master bedroom or the living room, then the answer is no. However, if it is a secondary […]

Matching the colors in a bedroom

  Home staging tip: If there is a prominent color on the walls, then try to use a bedspread that coordinates with it. Home staging by Francesca Tosolini Listing by Rick McGuire (Coldwell Banker) Photos by Francesca Tosolini

Guest room redo

  Home staging tip: “Because of a limited budget or time restrictions, sometimes it is not possible to replace the furniture and accessories of a house for sale with newer and/or more modern pieces. This is when stagers need to wear their creative hat and arrange the available furniture and accessories in a way that creates a tidy, […]

Staging with brown and orange

  Staging tip: “The brown and orange color combination is one of the best ones you can use. Brown is neutral and warm, while orange is uplifting and vibrant. They are perfect for home staging”. Home staging by: Francesca Tosolini Furniture and accessories by: Staging and Design Network Photos by: Francesca Tosolini

Staging a bedroom with a “Fluffy touch”

  As you can see from the “before” photo, my clients used to use this bedroom as an office. After bringing the room back to its original purpose, we also staged it accordingly. We removed the blue, dark curtains to brighten up the space and added a childlike touch (a.k.a. Fluffy the dog) to the […]