7,103 Home Stagers Edmonton Home Design Photos

Besch Design, Ltd.
3 Reviews
Loft Condo Renovation
Ideabooks512
Questions1
idea of stagering the brick for a different look
Dream home 8
“Пол,плинтус” — tikvochlka
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Panache development & construction Inc Custom home
panache
Ideabooks770
Questions3
cabinets, stagered cabinetry
“love this ceiling! Plus this room just feels very nice!” — Kira Halter Design Studio
Marilyn Kimberly, Interior Designer
12 Reviews
Oak Hill Craftsman
Ideabooks185
Questions2
use rod pocket panels for shower curtains, and that looks to be what the stager did.
actually supplied by the staging company the builder hired before putting the home on the market. I am unaware of where they get their furnishings. However
“Long tile for showers” — angelicar2121
Baker Court Interiors
8 Reviews
Media Room
Ideabooks3,757
Questions10
stagered cabinet
“The basement” — Damien Mosley
Signature Stagers - Luxury Home Staging
3 Reviews
kelley gardner
3 Reviews
Beach Cottage Renovation
Ideabooks206
Questions1
breakfast? Where is it located. It's absolutely beautiful! This is like my dream home! Melika
We renovated the 1920's cottage and garage in 2011. I'm a designer and stager and had a lot of fun with my own project
“Treppe auf ach seite” — dondi1234
Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
Photo credit: Kimberley Bryan © 2013 Houzz
Ideabooks1,555
Questions4
is a bygone premise these days. Myself, as a long time realtor turned stager, I've realized that all white is a negative more often than a positive selling
use my leaded windows from bath at home to line up over a bed wall for looks and good light
“Barn door” — dbryson524
Alloy Homes Incorporated
5 Reviews
Mill Creek House
Ideabooks150
Questions2
We designed this home in Edmonton for a very steep site adjacent to a ravine, at the end of a block of small victorian clapboard homes. The street facade
face is more opaque, providing privacy from a popular walking route. The home is designed to blend in with the colours of the existing natural environment
We're in Edmonton, and thinking about using black framed windows in our new home. Where are these windows from, and how much more do they cost
“materials” — Jennifer
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