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Small Condo Staging with Consistency

April 19, 2015 (posted by Jennifer Campbell, Home Staging Calgary)

A small condo can feel masculine yet chic, classy, and spacious when it is staged with consistency in mind. Just take a look at this condo we staged in the SE Haysboro community in the London Towers. It was professionally staged with potential buyers’ ideal lifestyle in mind.

Here’s how Set Your Stage used consistency when staging this small condo for sale:

See the difference home staging makes.

After: This simple, yet stylish bedroom is the perfect retreat for any homeowner.

Colour: We choose an appropriate colour scheme throughout the entire condo to unify the spaces. This provides a sense of flow which contributes to a feeling of spaciousness.

See the difference home staging makes.

After: There is plenty of space in this kitchen area for entertaining friends or family with seating also at the breakfast bar.

Balance: The main living area is a prime example. The open concept living/dining/kitchen area is balanced in terms of light and dark. Dark furniture counteract the neutral light walls as well as maple kitchen cabinets and counters. A pop of bright accessories serves a similar purpose.

See the difference home staging makes.

After: This expanded open concept living & dining room is the perfect space for entertaining or relaxing.

Materials: We picked up on the white appliances by adding black and white coffee/end tables and black furniture and lamps in the living room to create a consistent feel between the separate functional areas.

By staging this small condo with consistency in mind, it prevents the space from feeling disjointed to potential buyers as they move through the property. By avoiding this jarring feeling, the space feels more open and spacious. For most buyers, that’s perceived as a selling point.

Create your property’s best first impression with an inviting feeling that suits the potential buyer’s ideal lifestyle. Even a small condo can stand out from the competition with proper staging.

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