Before & After Gallery

House Redesign & Stage

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This late-‘80s-era kitchen was outdated and the island restricted the workspace…
…so StagingCraft designed an L-shaped solution for extra seating—and brought the space to life!

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Dark walls and old carpet aged the room and distracted the eye… But hardwood floors, neutral paint, and white furniture opened the space back up.

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This sad head-scratcher of a master bath had a tub and shower that cut the room in half…
…so the redesign created a functional and gorgeous space.

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What to do with an outdated corner fireplace that screams “yuck”? Get rid of a useless column, paint the brass accents black, and choose a mantel color that blends well with the stone.

Working Magic on a Renovated House

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Effective home staging helps make older rooms and spaces look modern and bright. This 200-year-old living room looks contemporary and stylish after staging.

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StagingCraft’s expertise also includes helping redesign and update rooms. We know how to transform spaces, and we have relationships with licensed and customer-focused professionals who carry out the vision beautifully.

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From outdated to stunning! A back garden gets a facelift with new fencing and plantings, turning a tired space into a green oasis.

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Is it a bedroom? A children’s playroom? With great staging, an unused attic space now has lots of possibilitIes!

Working Magic in an Occupied House

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Removing curtains and adding additional lamps makes this bedroom look brighter and bigger.

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Even small bathrooms can look spacious when they’ve been cleared of clutter.

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A decluttered and clean kitchen and dining area create a sense of calm and peace and enable potential buyers to see themselves entertaining there.

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Buyers want to see kitchens with lots of counter space. Clearing surfaces of as much material as possible shows buyers that this kitchen has plenty of room in which to cook and entertain.

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Too much “stuff” distracts potential buyers from seeing the laundry room as it should be.

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Packing away material that didn’t belong in the bedroom made the room look warm and inviting.

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A common problem with unused bedrooms…they become storage spaces. Reorganizing and decluttering this bedroom uncovers its loveliness and utility.

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The most appealing utility areas are ones that appear to have lots of storage and working room!

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Unobstructed windows, clean floors and less furniture make this sunroom airy and restful. (Even Charlie the dog loved the “after!”)

Staging an Empty House

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Plenty of lamps and monochromatic furniture with pops of color bring a bedroom to life.

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What a difference staging makes in this living room! A dimly lit, empty room becomes an enticing, relaxing spot.

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Two armchairs and comfy barstools invite prospective buyers to imagine themselves enjoying this lovely kitchen.

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Buyers often have trouble imagining whether their own furniture will fit in an empty space. This staged dining room transforms a narrow room into an inviting gathering space.