Staging a 1960’s Home to Look Current in 2012
You know the saying, “everything old is new again?” Well that applies to home design trends, too! As professional home stagers based in Portland Oregon, we see this all the time.
We recently staged a 1963-era home in Beaverton OR that had the clean, contemporary lines that today’s buyers love. With staging techniques, we can make any home look current, too. It’s amazing how art and accessories can update the feel of a home!
Here are some photos of this home that show how staging helped it become more appealing to potential buyers …
The living & dining area shows big windows & wood floors
But once staged, a buyer can “see” the potential in this contemporary-styled home
This bedroom is small by today’s standards
But staging gave it a fresh, updated feeling
Buyers would ask, will a kitchen table fit here?
Staging clearly shows them, No Problem!
The seller left this brick above the fireplace just as it was … and it gave the house a fun vibe!
The kitchen needed a full facelift
And got a nice updated look, all from IKEA (cabinets, appliances, counters, hardware, sinks)
Remember that today’s buyers want a “move in ready” home … so make sure that yours looks like all the hard work has already been done. For help with making decisions on what items to update for your best return on investment, contact your local professional home stager for a Consultation … you’ll save a lot of time & money … and likely you’ll sell your home faster, too!
~ Staging and Photos by Room Solutions Staging ~
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Room Solutions Staging offers expert home staging services to Portland Oregon homeowners, real estate agents, builders, banks, and investors to prepare your home or property for the market. Our home staging clients love our customer service and our home staging results! Our home staging services in the Portland OR metro area include consultations, staging for both vacant and lived-in homes, and interior restyling service. For a free home staging proposal, please contact us @ 503-246-1800.