As a recent example, here is a recent job we did on a small house on a stair street in Echo Park:
Clearly this house lacks a visually striking entry that entices visitors into exploring further. The front door just fades away, the steps don't reach the main walkway as you descend and they also are completely open at the front giving the whole entry an unfinished appearance.
With a fresh coat of tangerine paint on the front door, additional steps added and new fascias across the front of the steps, people are welcomed to an attractive-looking house.
The paprika walls are overwhelming and the bare living room says nothing more than "small" leaving prospective home buyers no idea how effective this space can truly be.
Now, furnished and with a bright, fresh coat of paint on the walls, the living room is airy and inviting. Prospective buyers can walk in and see the possibilities of the space.
The master bedroom, before staging, is just a small, square box with very little to recommend it, visually, to the buyer.
With a bed covered in beautiful linens, vintage furniture and artwork on the walls, this nondescript box is transformed into a relaxing space where prospective buyers can imagine themselves living.
The lesson here is to not let the prospective buyer try to figure out what benefits the home has to offer on their own. Home staging is an effective way to help reveal the hidden assets a home has to offer.
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Loma Vista Hillside Property