Home Staging Services Burlington VT

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Lindsay Hazelett-Cordner
(802) 864-8114
54 Brown Ledge Road
Colchester, VT
Membership Associations
ASP, IAHSP

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Annette Besaw
(802) 865-2581
358 Dorset St.
So. Burlington, VT
Specialties
Residential,Home Staging

Joanne Kent
(802) 649-3830
316 Main Street PO Box 1050
Norwich, VT
Membership Associations
ASP

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Connie Poulin
(802) 276-3109
708 Bear Hill Rd.
Randolph, VT
Membership Associations
ASP, IAHSP

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Bene Molloy
(802) 362-2079
P. O. Box 644
Manchester, VT
Membership Associations
ASP, IAHSP

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Rebecca Glanz
(802) 881-9443
Milton, VT
Company
Glamour Home Staging
Membership Associations
Member of Real Estate Staging Association

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Deborah Overton
(802) 578-5059
11 Maple Street Suite 11
Essex Junction, VT
Specialties
Residential,Home Staging

Gabrielle Barone
(802) 476-3587
Barre, VT
Company
Welcome Home Staging and Redesign, LLC
Membership Associations
Member of Real Estate Staging Association

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Lindsay Hazelett-Cordner
(802) 864-8114
54 Brown Ledge Road
Colchester, VT
Membership Associations
ASP, IAHSP

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Danielle Badger
(802) 645-0450
P.O. Box 94
Dorset, VT
Membership Associations
ASP, IAHSP

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How do I Stage my Home for a Showing?

Answer:
In the world of real estate sales, staging a home

for a showing can be one of the most important efforts a home owner can make. Proper staging of a home gives potential buyers ideas about how the home can look and feel. It is meant to inspire them for the future.

No room in the house should be overlooked, not even the basement. The best place to start your staging is by cleaning up the cluttered areas. Remember, people are buying a home, not your knick knacks. Keep colors and textures classic and neutral, with tones that offer the possibility for expansion.

Focus some attention on making the kitchen pop, because this room of the house has become more central to the family life. A dd a few tasteful canisters with matching towels and hot pads. Add some fresh fruit in a bowl and some flowers in an attractive vase, and make sure that every section of the kitchen is immaculate. This is a great rule of thumb throughout the house.

Dress up the dining room with an attractive place setting , the kind you would reserve for those special guests. For the bathroom, coordinating shower curtains, towels and mats are a good place to start, once all of the personal items are removed. Highlight whatever storage is available but make the environment feel cozy and welcoming.

For bedrooms, clear away the personals and add a beautiful bed ensemble with lots of throw pillows. Again, the goal is to make the space cozy and welcoming, by making the potential buye...

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