A lot of thought goes into staging furniture and accessories throughout a home. It’s more than making it look clean, organized and pretty – you need to tell a story. Specifically, using furniture and props to tell prospects what is good about your home.
Occasionally, people don’t need their whole house staged, but rather they can benefit from vignette staging. Creating a vignette means taking a certain spot within the home and illustrating to prospects what that space is used for. Some folks already have nice, decluttered, beautiful homes but they need a little assistance creating vignettes in smaller spaces. Or perhaps you want to maximize your staging budget so focusing on a couple key areas would be best for you. Packages for staging furniture in a vignette start at $700. Please call for details.
Perhaps there’s a favorite reading spot in your home. We’ll create an attractive vignette by staging furniture and props that instantly evoke images of a cozy reading nook. Or maybe there’s that one certain place everyone in the house tends to gather and have the best conversations. We’ll find out what you loved most about your home and create a vignette which draws the observer in. In a way you’re telling them, “this is where we make our memories”.
Vignette staging also answers the question, “what is this room for?”. Don’t leave a buyer wondering if a space is for dining, a den, or an office. Tell them with a small vignette. While the first 10 seconds (insert link to VACANT HOME page) is critical, the next mission critical responsibility as a seller is to make sure the buyer doesn’t have any unanswered questions.
Jennifer Miller, Owner
Member, American Society of Home Stagers & Redesigners
Member, Real Estate Staging Association
Colorado Springs, CO
“I am a local house flipper and have had Jennifer stage my latest two flips and was very happy with the way they turned out! I received great feedback regarding the staging from my showings and I believe that Jennifer’s staging helped sell my properties faster and for top dollar! I will definitely be using her again!”
– Benjamin Kennedy