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Siegal Residence Traditional Living Room, Chicago

Photo credit: Nicole Serradimigni
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Example of a classic living room design in Chicago — Houzz

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Karen Egly-Thompson added this to Staged for Success: The Case for Hiring a Home Stager
Benefits of Staging a HomeMost people have trouble visualizing a space’s potential, whether that’s figuring out how to lay out an empty room or trying to ignore oddly arranged furniture, clutter or decor that’s not their style. The majority of home buyers can’t easily look past what’s in front of them to appreciate a room’s potential. Staging helps eliminate the buyer’s guesswork.“The key is to set the stage for potential buyers to imagine themselves living there,” says home stager Robin DeCapua of Madison Modern Home. A 2015 study by the National Association of Realtors confirmed that more than 81 percent of home buyers find it easier to visualize the property as their future home when it’s staged. Had the staged living room seen here been empty, many people might have found the large space intimidating and possibly off-putting. Instead, Audrey Gourguechon of Staging North Shore in Chicago created multiple seating zones to highlight it as an inviting living and entertaining space to potential buyers.

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neetslouise added this to Pennyroyal
Benefits of staging a home Most people have trouble visualising a space’s potential, whether that’s figuring out how to lay out an empty room or trying to ignore oddly arranged furniture, clutter or decor that’s not their style. The majority of home buyers can’t easily look past what’s in front of them to appreciate a room’s potential. Staging helps eliminate the buyer’s guesswork. “The key is to set the stage for potential buyers to imagine themselves living there,” says home stager Robin DeCapua of Madison Modern Home. A 2015 study by the American National Association of Realtors confirmed that more than 81 per cent of home buyers find it easier to visualise the property as their future home when it’s staged. Had the staged living room seen here been empty, many people might have found the large space intimidating and possibly off-putting. Instead, Audrey Gourguechon of Staging North Shore in Chicago, USA, created multiple seating zones to highlight it as an inviting living and entertaining space to potential buyers.

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