Staging Helps a Buyer Fall in Love with this
Denver Highlands Condo

Mike and Theresa had a small condo in up and coming lower Highlands. Staging the deck minimized the impact of the power pole that was blocking their fantastic skyline view. The next step was arranging the furniture so the condo looked as large as possible. In real estate space = money.



Living Room Before





Living Room After

What Happened in this Room?

  • TV trays, personal pictures, exercise equipment, and all those items that make for cozy living were removed so that we could highlight the best features of this home

  • Love seat and sofa switched places to make the room look larger and to show off the gleaming wood floors

  • Trunk serving as a coffee table moved with the sofa, drawing more attention to the gorgeous original fireplace and mantle

  • Red and orange throw pillows add color and warmth

  • A small plant on top of the armoire adds freshness and a touch of green


Kitchen Before



Kitchen After

What Happened in this Room?

  • In order to see the pretty tile counters, backsplash and the stainless steel island, first you have to put everything away

  • Add a few pretty kitchen items like the bowl of fresh peppers. See more ideas in kitchen staging

  • Help the buyer begin to dream of living in your home



Bedroom Before



Bedroom After

What Happened in this Room?

  • The mirror over the bed created a tunnel effect, reflecting the picture on the opposite wall. Mirror was removed and art was hung over the bed instead. There is a trick to hanging art and mirrors

  • Bedroom was cleared of the personal items that might be distracting to a buyer

  • Bed pillows were propped against the wall to suggest a headboard

  • Pretty pillows and a throw add warmth and just the right amount of color

The Outcome?

Staging this Highlands condo paid off. It sold within days!


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