Home Staging Tips and Advice

Cardboard furniture. Are you kidding?
How to hide the fact that you've moved furniture
How to stage an empty house
How to use NextStage Furniture
Staging an empty house
The pros and cons of furniture rental


Cardboard furniture. Are you kidding?
When you were a kid, you probably found a million uses for cardboard. You might have even made furniture out of it... more

How to hide the fact that you've moved furniture
If you're moving furniture around to better stage a room, and the room has a carpet, you end up with those annoying indentations where the old furniture sat... more

How to stage an empty house
Some home stagers stage only furnished homes, because staging an empty home requires furniture, accessories and a lot of physical effort... more

How to use NextStage Furniture
Until you see it in action, it's hard to fathom how easy it is to use NextStage Furniture, but to give you a sense, here's how I use this remarkable cardboard furniture on my staging jobs... more

Staging an empty house
This means that the property is going up for sale and does not have anyone living in them. The current owners might have already moved or the sale may be the result of a death in the family... more

The pros and cons of furniture rental
If you only stage furnished homes, it's a no-brainer. You don't need furniture Ė just a few accents and accessories you can use (or rent to sellers) as part of your staging... more

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Love the furniture! I have it in a $500,000 listing, and it looks great! Can't wait to order more!..." more

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