Before & After Gallery

House Redesign & Stage

  • Before
  • After

Adding life —décor, rugs and wall art—is sometimes just as important as taking things out of spaces. What was originally austere is now warm and inviting.​

  • Before
  • After
  • Before
  • After

Working Magic in an Occupied House

  • Before
  • After

A dated, dark living room was a turnoff… So StagingCraft picked new wall colors and had floors refinished and used our inventory to create an on-trend living space.

  • Before
  • After

Old-fashioned window treatments and dark walls made the dining room uninviting… So StagingCraft had walls painted, removed draperies, and added white chairs and elegant décor to make the room inviting.

  • Before
  • After
Painting walls and replacing dated furniture with our inventory turned a tired kitchen/family room combo into a spacious oasis.

Staging Vacant House

  • Before
  • After

What to do with a long, narrow, echo-ey room? Create plenty of conversation space that entices buyers to kick their shoes off and relax!

  • Before
  • After
An empty dining room wasn’t creating an emotional connection for buyers as they walked in… So StagingCraft furnished the room to show buyers how appealing the room is for entertaining.
  • Before
  • After
The view was the focal point of the breakfast room… So we made sure to stage it so that the view wasn’t blocked, and buyers could imagine enjoying breakfast AND a breathtaking vista.

Working Magic on a Renovated House

  • Before
  • After

This late-‘80s-era kitchen was outdated and the island restricted the workspace…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!

  • Before
  • After

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.

  • Before
  • After

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.