Ok, so in my last blog post I wrote about how I first realized home is my happy place in my childhood bedroom, and today I’m sharing about my first apartment in my 20’s and how I made it a home despite the small size. It was a studio apartment that was about 450 sq ft, and I was able to define 4 separate functional areas in the space. I’ll
Hi All, one of the highlights of my week was attending the monthly Real Estate Staging Association’s Atlanta Chapter meeting, which was hosted by Peacock Alley in Atlanta. It was great to connect with fellow Atlanta-area home stagers to network and also learn about Peacock Alley luxury bedding products. The bedding was so gorgeous, I wanted to dive in and take a nap! Here are a few photos from their
In last week’s blog I provided an update on my adventures in Las Vegas at the annual Real Estate Staging Association’s home staging convention, #RESACON2017. There were 400+ home stagers in attendance at the convention, most from the USA and Canada, but there were some from as far as the U.K. and Australia! As I mentioned in that blog, it was great to connect and re-connect with so many talented
Hello and Happy New Year! It’s been a busy month already, but I wanted to take some time to share a recap of the annual Real Estate Staging Association’s annual convention, aka RESCACON. It was held last weekend in Las Vegas, NV and had over 400 stagers from all over the globe in attendance. This was my third year attending the convention and it is an event that I look
When providing a staging consultation, showcasing, or vacant staging services for your home, I complete research to understand the demographics of the neighborhood, and the targeted potential buyers to whom we want to market. There are many ways I will do this research, one of which is by asking you, the homeowner, questions about who you think the targeted buyers are. But I won’t stop there … I am thorough!