I had the pleasure of staging this house in Edgewood these past couple weeks. We used to own a house in this same neighborhood, and let me tell you, I miss it. This Victorian house is adorable, and frankly I'm surprised it hasn't sold yet. However, if it's one thing I've learned from watching all that HGTV it's that a staged home sells much quicker. Rooms tend to look smaller than they really are, and people tend to have a difficult time imagining a room without furniture. So that's where I came in. Here are some pictures of the final result.
|The Foyer With Gorgeous Chandeliers Throughout|
|Love the Stained Glass Window|
|Gotta Love the Built-ins|
|Living Room: View as you walk in from foyer.|
|I love this giant palm leaf-esque style basket|
and the little nesting boxes
under this glass table.
|Great Crown Molding to cap off|
some tall ceilings.
|Had I any bedroom furniture, |
I'd have made this a bedroom to show buyers how big
this room actually is.
For now it acts as a den,
just imagine the map as a flat screen :)
|I included these next few pictures of this room|
to show how the adjoining room would make such a sweet nursery.
|Pardon my editing skills. |
No, there's not really a crib in there, but wouldn't this be fun!
|The "real" room without an added in crib. |
Could also make a wonderful walk-in closet.
Just throw some built-ins from ikea and voila.
|Had to leave my "calling card".|
|Never have I worked with a more prompt and delightful Realtor.|
And trust me, I've worked with my share.