Vacant Home Staging Dining Room Before & After Photos

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Home Staging Coaches, St. Paul, MN

Vacant Dining Rooms do not show well.

Vacant Home Staging in St. Paul, MN

Dining Room after staging by the Home Staging Coaches

After photo of vacant home staging.

This photo shows the corner wine rack and wall art. 

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Staging Your Bathroom on a Budget

Staging Your Bathroom on a Budget

How To Sell A House; Musings from A St Paul, MN Professional Stager (vol.1)

Today’s Topic:  Staging Your Bathroom

Wondering how to sell your home quickly and for top dollar?  STAGE IT!  Real estate staging is all about teaching you how to sell a house in the shortest amount of time, and at the most attractive price.

Home Staging definition: (verb) The act of making a home look visually appealing to buyers. 

In today’s How To Sell A House lesson we will turn our attention to staging the bath.

Since buyers know that a bathroom remodel is both expensive and inconvenient, it is in your best interest to do everything you can, within your budget and time constraints, to stage your bath to appeal to the maximum number of buyers.

Bathrooms are very important to buyers.  At this stage of the game you probably can’t do anything about the number of bathrooms in your home, but the condition of the bathrooms you do have can be greatly improved with property staging.

Remodeling your bathroom for under $199.00If you need inspiration, or proof that a small investment of time and money can deliver amazing results you should check out Cathy’s  project where she details step-by-step how she completed a bathroom facelift in one weekend for under $199.  Fabulous!

Six Bathroom Staging Tips

I’m going to teach you how to sell a house one room at a time…today’s lesson is staging the bathroom

  1. Make sure that all the finishes in the bathroom match. If they don’t match you will want to replace the mismatched items.
  2. Put away personal items such as toothbrushes, brushes, makeup, razors.  Buyers don’t like to think about someone else using the bathroom.  You want them to be imaging themselves in the space, not you.
  3. Fresh towels and lots of them are always appealing.  If your shower curtain and rugs have seen better days replace them too.
  4. If your vanity is dated, or water has damaged the finish consider painting it.  A coat of paint and new knobs can completely transform the look of the room.
  5. Clean the bath until it sparkles.  I think Mr. Clean Magic Erasers are incredible.
  6. If the paint color is bold, dated or in bad condition take care of it.  The new neutrals aren’t cream and white.  You don’t have to go boring to go neutral.

If you live in the St. Paul area and would like the help of a professional home stager I’d be happy to help you with your project.   If you have questions relating to this post, please drop me a comment and I will do my best to respond quickly. You
may contact me by email or call me at 651.587.5887.