A charming home in the Ashford Park neighborhood in Brookhaven.

Neutral paint, buffed up hardwood floors and a professional cleaning took place before it was staged - key items on the do list before you stage a home to sell! Under contract in less than 30 days!
Master bedroom Before with sage green wall paint.
A master bedroom After being neutralized - warm and inviting.
Living Room Before - painting just got done.
Living Room After.
Family Room Before - off of kitchen with breakfast area in background.
Family Room After.

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  • Atlanta Vacant Home Sales
    on Dec 19, 2011

    No worries Karen, I see your in FL - I will be visiting my parents in Howey in the Hills, FL outside of Orlando - born and raised in FL - you name a city in FL I have probably lived there! Yes rooms do look smaller without furnishings Donna hence staging is the trick! Thanks A I for your comments - people are watching their pennies hence we offer our FREE staging service for listings $300K on up but we also have our Virtually Staging Properties service also featured hereon hometalk for those with smaller marketing budgets for vacant homes! Happy Holidays everyone! : )

  • I understand all too well how difficult it is for clients to imagine the possibilities. Builders know it too. . . that is why they were willing to invest in a designer to put together their furnished models. It pays for itself quickly.

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