Waring Ave. Staging Project

Waring Ave.

STAGING PROJECT

“Take your pleasure seriously”, said Charles Eames. We certainly took serious pleasure in staging this beautiful Mid-Century Modern dining area. There’s not an element in this room we don’t absolutely love!

We had fun taking this bedroom from dark & dreary to warm & inviting.  Fresh paint & lively accents makes this a room anyone would love to come home to.⠀

To change things up, we created an inviting lounge/office space in the extra room to show the diversity of the floor plan.

Agnes Staging Project

Agnes

STAGING PROJECT

Small spaces, big design.  You can still create lots of places to sit and relax in a small space.  This living & dining room area offers just that, with an open feel and lots of natural light. 

For the bedroom, we kept it simple, yet stylish.  A pair of cute stools complete this adorable home study space.  The brightly colored area rug ads a touch of whimsy to the design.

Camarillo Staging Project

Camarillo

Staging Project

While we wanted to keep with whiter tones for this small living room, we did want to add a splash of bold color to create dimension.  Enter a fabulous blue chair to enhance the style and create a unique flow in the design.  Setting up a cozy place to grab a bite to eat.  All it took was a nice set of adjustable wooden vintage bar stools.  Soft tones for the bedroom and reading rooms, carried out to the patio.  Great spaces for relaxing and enjoying life.

Croft Staging Project

Croft

STAGING PROJECT

Beautiful teal accents, in a bright inviting space.  We loved the open feel of this staging project.  Every room flows into the next with an invitingly comfortable feel.  From the Chevron tile pattern in the full bath, to the sleek tile backsplash of the kitchen, the beauty is in the details.

Woodman Staging Project

Woodman

STAGING PROJECT

Adding a cozy vibe to this large living room was a snap with a beautiful blue velvet sofa & white faux fur pillows. We love this cute blue & cream toned area rug that really anchors the space. Finished the look with a chic waterfall edged coffee table and low profile seat.

The kitchen is probably the most used space in a home and we like to create a space any homeowner would love to spend time in. This island goes on forever and offers lots of space for entertaining. Not wanting to take away from the view, yet add plenty of lighting, we were lucky to find these gorgeous pendant lights.

For the bedroom, we went with white walls and natural wood floors that were the perfect match for the fun bedding we found. We strive to make the rooms look tasteful, yet livable, so the space already feels like home when potential clients visit.⠀⠀⠀⠀