We promise excellent customer service and remarkable design. You are not just a client and your home is not just a house. We work collaboratively with you to develop a custom staging plan that works for your home, your budget and your timeline.
We have solutions for every situation and at a variety of price points.
Since 2017 we have helped our clients prepare their homes for sale, since then our services expanded to include a full range of furniture, art, accessories and more.
With two lead stagers and a staff of 20 talented women, we can ensure your project gets done in a timely manner. All of our team members are employees and are covered by workers compensation
Wholesale. Retail. Vintage. Local.
We have curated our inventory to ensure your project accomplishes your goals. Wholesale helps keep costs down. Retail provides on-trend and current inventory. Vintage inventory produces a staged home with soul that does not look like a furniture store.
Whenever possible, we support our local businesses, who are the back-bone of our community.
We can provide organizing, downsizing and professional packing. We have helped more than 200 families with their move and understand how overwhelming this process can be. Our expanded capabilities means you are not alone. We are with you every step of way.
We have been in business since 2017. We are fully insured, bonded and all our team members are employees, covered under workers compensation. We are 100% women-owned and operated.
We want to hear from you! If you have questions about our services, or have special requests, use the form or give us a call.
West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment
Staging is a crucial part of a comprehensive marketing plan. For most people their home is one of their most important financial assets; it deserves a complete marketing plan. Staging is nothing more than ensuring your house appeals to the biggest pool of potential buyers.
38% of home buyers are more likely to visit a staged property in person than a non-staged property.
More potential buyers, more potential offers.
Real estate has changed over the last 10 years. Today, potential home buyers start their search online. Your first showings will be online.
90-95% of potential home buyers start their search online.
Your real estate photos must impress.
Staging ensures your house will be ready for those all-important photos.
Buyers spend 60% of their time looking at the listing photos, only 20% of their time on the property’s description.
Staging does not answer the question “will my house sell?” Any house with a good real estate agent and appropriate pricing will sell. Instead, staging answers the question of how quickly your house
will sell and for how much, regardless of market conditions.
62% of seller’s agent say staging a home
shortens the time on the market.
Most home sellers want (or need) the most amount of money they can get from the sell of their home. Don’t give your equity away.
In a seller’s market, buyers know they must move quickly. Because of that, they often limit the number of houses they look at. Your house needs to quickly appeal to buyers who are making snap decisions.
83% of buyers’ agents said staging made it easier for a buyer to visualize a property as a future home.
But there are some exceptions….
If you are selling your house in “as is” condition and are simply looking to “get out quickly,” it may not make sense to stage. Deciding whether to, or how much money to put into a home is a complicated decision and depends on a number of factors including the significance of the problems, anticipated reduction in market value and an evaluation of comparable properties with your real estate agent.
It is a marketing strategy; it is not decorating. Some say staging is
“un-decorating” but it is much more than that. Professional staging uses color, furniture placement & selection, decor and more to influence buyers. It highlights your home’s best assets, while downplaying any negatives.
Staging is based on the marketing principle of transference, the subconscious' role in making buying decisions. Most people base their decision about a product, in this case your house, on how it is packaged and promoted.
90% of buyers cannot.
You want to appeal to the biggest audience.
More potential buyers means more and better offers.
Absolutely not. We strongly believe in working collaboratively with you on a plan that makes sense for your home and your situation.
Can you afford not to?
Can you afford to leave equity on the table?
The average cost of ONE price reduction is significantly more than the cost to stage your home.
If you don’t need the most money out of your home, you may not want to stage your house, but if you do, staging is a crucial part of the marketing plan to sell your home.
Anywhere from a couple hundred dollars to 1-2% your home's sale price. Since we offer a full-range of services, we can work with you to find a solution for your unique property and situation.
The cost of home staging is tax deductible.
The cost of staging can often be off-set by the reduced time on market and the reduction in your carrying costs. Calculate your monthly carrying costs (mortgage, insurance, property taxes, utilities, maintenance, i.e. trash removal, lawn care, snow removal, HOA, etc.). Staging will reduce your days on market.
In today’s market, selling a home means pictures of it will be available to anyone who chooses to look. It is far easier to have a professional stager do the first review before this public showing.
During an in-home consultation, you will walk us through your home. We will create a plan based on this walk-through
and talk to you about your goals.
Our recommendations will not be based on your decorating choices. We use proven methods to market your home so it will appeal to the biggest pool of buyers, selling quickly and for top dollar.
And we’ll be gentle… we promise.