Home staging expert Susan Atwell makes a May-December romance in home styles engaging.
Most home owners have plans to fully renovate their home before selling. But sometimes, a home needs to be sold before all updates are complete.
The challenge: Use home staging to unite updated and non-updated spaces without major construction or cost.
The goal: Excite buyers to see every space – new and old.
Going room to room is more like walking from house to house. One house has current, neutral, high-end updates, the other feels old, dated, and a little neglected.
The main level of this ranch – which buyers will see first – is inconsistent. Most spaces reflect current trends, but a few are flashbacks to the 1960s. For example, compare this updated powder room with this original master bath.
AtWell Staged Home is concerned home buyers might not stay around long enough to see the home’s most exciting feature – a completely renovated basement, equal in size to the main living space. A grand surprise.
And the two thousand square foot finished basement is going to seal the deal for any buyer – as long as they are inspired to complete the tour.
The solution? Home Staging. Staging marries old and new décor, and staging sells this home on its first listing day.
Wallpaper removal, neutral paint, new white towels, updated lighting, and a thorough cleaning, are all completed on time and on budget. There’s no time for a complete bathroom remodel, but these quick updates unify this bath with the renovated spaces, making it move-in ready.