Research has shown that staged homes sell in less time and for a higher price than non-staged homes. The following are examples of homes staged by Amazing Spaces to support that research…
Minneapolis: Sold in just one day for $12,200 higher than asking price!
Actual days on market: 13
Maple Grove, MN: Sold in two weeks!
Actual days on market = 37
Mound, MN: Sold in one month, FSBO!
Actual days on market: 113
Champlin, MN: Sold in one week!
Actual days on market: 29
Placing a seating arrangement in front of this beautiful stone fireplace helps potential buyers imagine themselves relaxing in a cozy retreat. Random stacks of books and DVDs on the built-in bookshelves are stored behind cabinet doors and replaced with carefully arranged vases, silk plants and picture frames to make the entire space more inviting. The once empty mantel comes to life with some appealing accessories. Two coordinating art prints are hung vertically to add the finishing touch.
Office space in the home has become high on a buyer’s list of criteria, so it’s important to make that space appear as functional and appealing as possible. This office area was extremely cluttered and lacked organization. The plaques on the wall were very personalized making it difficult for a potential buyer to imagine it as “their space.” Bringing in a floor lamp from a spare bedroom added much-needed light, and an outdated light fixture on the ceiling has been replaced. A bench below the window offers a place for visitors to sit. Moving the bookshelf next to the file cabinet helped to organize as well as extend the space making the office area appear larger. Neutral artwork adds a nice touch without being too personal, and notice how one large wall hanging makes the space seem less cluttered than many small wall hangings.
The lower level family room in this home lacked purpose and was more of a pass-through area than a functional space. After the pile of toys were stored in a closet and the iron & ironing board moved into the laundry room, the fireplace is defined as the focal point by positioning a sectional sofa around it. A silk tree adds balance and frames the left side, while a large mirror and simple accessories give the mantel some pop. To give the space a cozy feel, we added a soft blanket and several throw pillows. Wall art helps to coordinate the overall color scheme.
The furniture arrangement in this lower level family room gave the room a lop-sided appearance. Centering the entertainment center on the wall opposite the couch helps balance the room and make it feel less crowded. Gold-framed mirrors and silk greenery draw attention to the fireplace. A floor lamp was added to brighten up a dark corner and existing lighting turned on to provide a cheerful glow.
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A cozy reading area has been created giving this room renewed purpose more appropriate for a room with built-in bookcases. The faded blue carpet was replaced with a patterned carpet adding interest to the small space. The walls and wood trim were painted light sage and ivory for an up-to-date look. A new chandelier helps draw attention to the high ceilings. Vintage family photos are packed away, and a large framed print gives the room a focal point.
- Children's Room
- Color Consultation
- Dining Room
- Entry Foyer
- Family Room
- Girl's Bedroom
- Great Room
- Home Office
- Home Staging
- Interior ReDesign
- Kitchen & Dining Rooms
- Living Room
- Master Bedroom
- Organizing / De-Clutter
- Room Makeover
- Space Planning
- Success Stories