Unoccupied Home Staging Services
Most individuals have very limited visualization skills when trying to imagine what an empty room looks like furnished. An empty house can be cold
and room configurations can be
challenging when trying to determine furniture placement and size requirements.
In the case of an unoccupied home, it is not always necessary to furnish every room in the house. Typically it is only essential to stage the major living areas such as the entry, living room, dining room, master bedroom as well as the kitchen and bathrooms.
It is also important to furnish any room whose function or size is questionable, such as an odd shaped room or a small bedroom/office. Furniture and color is a tremendous asset in this situation by adding warmth and personality as well as proportion and functionality.
“Owning the inventory gives Key Impressions tremendous flexibility with
tight schedules and furnishings that are style and size appropriate for the house.”