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 Staging Story 77 Park Ave

    Staging New York City apartments could be an Olympic sport. Small, easily cluttered and sometimes short on natural lighting, our urban abodes are not always easy to package to prospective buyers. For…   Read the Article

  • NYC Staging Story 140 W 22

    Published 06/07/13 in Houses
    NYC Staging Story 140 W 22

    Another way to make rooms seem larger is by bringing in a mirror — like in this Chelsea condo.   See the Image

  • NYC Staging Story 77 Park Ave

    Published 06/07/13 in Houses
    NYC Staging Story 77 Park Ave

    Avoid giant furniture pieces if you want a room to seem larger, says Anna Shagalov of Halstead Property. Also, place flowers and small objects in very specific places, as in this Park Avenue condo.   See the Image

  • Staged Living Room

    Published 05/24/13 in Real Estate
    staged living room with white couches

    When photographing a room, take a step back and show off as much of the room as possible.   See the Image

  • Feng Shui Staging Tips

    Published 05/20/13 in Real Estate
    Feng Shui Staging

    Impress buyers by improving your home's energy   See the Gallery

  • Clutter-free dining room

    Remove clutter and depersonalize. There’s one rule that’s consistent in all home staging: Ditch the clutter. Clutter prevents energy from flowing through the home. So clear out knickknacks, photos…   See the Image

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