Tag Archives: home staging

The Most Dangerous Color for Staging Homes to Sell

It’s the time of the year when everyone seems to be talking about the “Color of the Year,” including me. But just because a paint company puts out a new one (no less than 10 different companies do it each and every year now) doesn’t mean that THAT is the color you should repaint your […]

Sweet Dreams Are Made of This! Teen Bedroom Makeovers

    Monday is a great day for makeovers, and you are about to see some absolutely stunning teen bedroom makeovers! My last several posts have been about the Meaningful Makeovers project by the Greater Nashville RESA Chapter of home stagers, and today you get to see the big reveal of the second of two […]

Considering Home Staging Training? The Three Short-Sighted Mistakes You’ll Regret

I’ve received many emails lately from people anguishing over which home staging training program to take, so I thought it might be helpful to write this post. I’m going to be honest:  I’m not someone with a background in marketing or business. The one thing that still makes me cringe after all these years is […]

Neutral Paint Colors for Historic Homes? No Way!

Time and again, I’ve seen people use neutral paint colors for historic homes. With very few exceptions, it doesn’t work. Why not? Beige and gray paint colors have been all the rage for go-to interior colors since the 1990’s. Not so much prior to that. Your grandparents and grandparents’ grandparents were looking to brighten up […]

Study Confirms: Staging Colors Increase Home Sale Prices

I’ve been saying it for years now – the right staging colors increase the sales price of homes on the market. I believe it and have built my business on it!   Tomorrow is the first day of the Expert Psychological Stager™ certification course that I developed after a decade of staging homes to sell […]