Every staged home needs a little je ne sais quoi to set it apart from its competition. That little something that makes it stand out - unique and mesmerizing. In many cases it is the custom features a home has such as the fixtures, craftsmanship, colors, windows, stone and wood used to the landscaping and outside features.

A home staging concept has to incorporate and resonate with these custom features. It has to be a reflection, a compliment; not much different than a movie cast, which supports the main lead.

However, what happens if your home doesn’t have that wow factor? What if it is slightly dated and therefore not attracting the attention it deserves?

 We used this stunning piece by  Marjorie Guyon  above the fire place, which not only drew attention to the soaring ceiling in this condo but also pulled the room together stylistically and from a color perspective. 

We used this stunning piece by Marjorie Guyon above the fire place, which not only drew attention to the soaring ceiling in this condo but also pulled the room together stylistically and from a color perspective. 

One of the great advantages of working with Chilton & Chadwick is the ability to borrow professional art from our boutique and enhance our properties for photography and open houses. This creates a more updated tone and elevates the all-around perception of your home, thus attracting more interest and offers.

Showcasing our listings in the best possible way is important to us! We know over 90% of today’s buyers start their search on the internet and it takes only one swipe of their finger to move a house from the must-see to the delete pile. We would love to help make sure your home is always in the must-see category.

Our team is unique in that we have an on-staff professional home stager, Claudia Tergis, as well as a fine arts professional, Beth Harrington, both available for consultations.

To learn more about our staging and fine art services that support our real estate services, please contact us here.