Staging a model home is the process of decorating and furnishing the space to showcase its potential and appeal to potential buyers. Here is a general overview of the process of staging a model home:
Planning: The first step in staging a model home is to create a plan. This includes determining the target audience, selecting the right furniture and decor, and deciding on a color scheme and overall design theme. Cleaning and preparing: Before staging can begin, the model home must be cleaned and prepared. This includes painting, touch-ups, and minor repairs if needed.
Furnishing: Once the home is clean and ready, furniture is brought in. This may include sofas, chairs, tables, and other pieces to help buyers envision how the space can be used.
Decorating: Next, the home is decorated with artwork, accessories, and other decorative items. This includes things like curtains, pillows, and rugs to add color and texture to the space.
Lighting: Lighting is also an important aspect of staging. The right lighting can make a space feel warm and inviting, while poor lighting can make it feel cold and uninviting.
Accessorizing: The final step is to add finishing touches, such as flowers, plants, and other accessories, to give the space a lived-in feel.
Maintenance: The model home will be visited by potential buyers, so it’s important to keep it clean and well-maintained at all times. It’s important to note that staging a model home is an art, it’s a combination of design, psychology and a good understanding of what the buyers are looking for. Professional home stagers use their skills to create a warm and inviting atmosphere that makes buyers feel comfortable and excited about the home.
They know how to highlight the best features of the home, while downplaying any potential shortcomings.
If you’re thinking of buying new construction – I’ll be honored to be the one by your side watching for your best interest!
New Constructions Specialist