Staging Your Home

Good to Know: Staging Checklist

Use this handy guide to be sure you're covering all the bases before a showing or open house.

Your Strategic Plan for Home Staging

Follow our advice for sprucing up your home room by room to make a great first impression.

Staging Your Home for Sale

  • NYC-Virtual-Staging-Empty

    This is how the living room above looks when it's empty.   See the Image

  • NYC-Virtual-Staging

    Published 10/22/13 in Real Estate
    NYC-Virtual-Staging

    This four-bedroom duplex in Gramercy Park is currently empty. With the help of virtual staging, prospective buyers can see what the living room looks like fully furnished.   See the Image

  • Two-Bedroom Bungalow In Oakland

    Herman Chan could tell. He just ... knew. "You bought this house eight years ago, didn't you?" he asked when he first walked into the 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom bungalow in Oakland, Calif.'s…   Read the Article

  • Oakland Bungalow: Outside, Before

    Cora Sue Anthony is an HGTV stalwart who can work miracles. Here's the before-and-after of one.   See the Gallery

  • Oakland Bungalow: Outside, Before

    This is a perfectly pleasant 1921 bungalow in Oakland, Calif., but it needed a little makeover to really shine.    See the Image

  • Oakland Bungalow: Front Entry, Before

    Too much contrast and not enough "oomph." Would this house sell? Sure. But why not polish it up first?   See the Image

  • Oakland Bungalow: Front Entry, After

    Why a red door? It's good luck in many cultures, including Chinese and Italian. A deep, elegant, glossy version provides a high-impact entrance — think red carpet, but more permanent.    See the Image

  • Oakland Bungalow: Dining Room, Before

    There's that green again; this time it's sage. Is it a lovely color? Yes. Does it help this small room? No.    See the Image

  • Oakland Bungalow: Dining Room, After

    A sense of space. Room to grow. And much more light.    See the Image

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