Home Staging Los Angeles: South Pasadena Cottage

Home Staging Los Angeles: South Pasadena Cottage

Home staging Los Angeles: South Pasadena Home Staging

Last week Los Angeles home staging company Moving Mountains Design was hired to stage a South Pasadena cottage. I had met with the home owners and listing agent in the beginning of December for a home staging consultation. The homeowner was very diligent about making all the repairs outlined in the consultation and preparing her house for sale. We all felt that it would be in the best interest of a faster sale to remove all of the existing furniture and replace it with new home staging furniture, artwork and accessories. As suggested during the consultation, all wall to wall carpet was removed to expose the hardwood floors beneath and the floors were refinished. Some rooms were painted and out-dated window treatments were removed to let in more light.

Living Room & Dining Room Before Home Staging

Living Room & Dining Room Before Home Staging

Living Room & Dining Room After Home Staging

Living Room & Dining Room After Home Staging

Dining Room & Living Room Before Home Staging

Dining Room & Living Room Before Home Staging

Dining Room & Living Room After Home Staging

Dining Room & Living Room After Home Staging

As you can see, replacing the existing furniture and rearranging the furniture layout updates the home and makes the home feel larger.

Office Before Home Staging

Office Before Home Staging

Office After Home Staging

Office After Home Staging

Office Before Home Staging

Office Before Home Staging

Office After Home Staging

Office After Home Staging

I suggested the homeowner remove the amber plexi panels from the back side of the bookcases. Besides being more attractive, it creates a more open flow between the office and the family room.

Here’s before and after home staging photos of one of the bedrooms:

Guest Bedroom Before Home Staging

Guest Bedroom Before Home Staging

Guest Bedroom After Home Staging

Guest Bedroom After Home Staging

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