This classic and beautiful woodwork really pops against the rich red walls. Some fresh accessories really pulled the whole room together in this historic space.
When you have a long, narrow room, break it up with two conversation areas. Area rugs anchor and define the difference spaces. Graphic accent pillows add a pop of pattern and interest.
Even small entryways can have big impact for great first impressions. This entry at The Perenaud in Denver has charming wow factor, after we removed overscaled items that made it feel crowded and uninviting. Welcome Home!
I transformed the interior of a townhome on Layton avenue, making it much more comfortable and inviting, using some of the homeowners furniture and supplementing it with staging art and accessories: And a closer look: Before, the living room was so outdated that being in it was like visiting grandma: See also the impressive […]
On Harrison street in Belcaro, a home recently got a modern metro look… a great improvement over this blue chaos: Welcome home! The baby’s blue stripes needed to be replaced: In the dining room, you can now entertain in style… … no longer mismatched and dated as it was before: There’s the sunny […]
This Denver loft was a bit cold before it was staged. A large great room now has separate areas for lounging and watching TV. After staging, it got top dollar!
Sleek modern finishes married with vintage era charm is visually stunning and unique. I mixed various tiles, textures and finishes to give this master bathroom vanity in Denver a hip, edgy feel. The cool cabinets are by kabi in Denver.
Staging for first impressions creates wow factor. Showcasing features like fireplaces and built-ins brings in offers.
This room was just a pass through and didn’t have much functionality. Staging it as a dining room gave this home in Denver added value. Buyers can’t visualize the potential of what this room could be. The right staging makes all the difference and brings in higher offers.