Home Staging: What You Might Not Know

Home Staging: What You Might Not Know

If you’ve read this blog with any regularity, you’ll know that we’re big proponents of supporting home staging in Toronto and the surrounding area.  There’s a simple reason for that: We’ve seen it work time and again.

Home staging refers to the process of temporarily and strategically furnishing a space when showing it for resale.  The goal is to accentuate the positive features of a space, as well as to illustrate the possibilities of the layout of a particular home or office.  Home staging, when done well, can transform any space from an interchangeable, empty room into an inviting, welcoming area.  What’s more, it doesn’t interfere with any moving schedule you might have.  You can pack up whatever furniture and decor you’re planning on taking without worrying about showing an empty place to prospective buyers if you’re planning on staging your property.

Home staging might sound like a very straightforward process in which someone simply rents furniture and sticks it in an empty space.  It might come as a surprise, then, to know that home staging is actually a rather delicate and complex process.  Balances need to be struck.  Too little furniture, and a space looks awkwardly empty.  Too much, and it looks cluttered.  The best home stagers put a significant amount of effort into their work, almost as though they were decorating their own home, and their results reflect that commitment.  We are pleased to provide you with recommendations for a number of home stagers in the Toronto area upon request.

We bring the same dedication to excellent service to this new and burgeoning field as we do with our many other endeavors, which include renting home and office furniture in Toronto.  After all, as the premier destination for furniture for hire in this fine city, we have a reputation to hold up.  Contact us today to learn more about our wide range of services.

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By | 2010-07-08T12:34:08+00:00 July 8th, 2010|