It isn’t surprising that the decisions home buyers make are defined by how connected they feel to their potential home, which is why design and décor aren’t enough.
Often, homeowners focus on general home staging practices, such as furniture styling, without considering the furniture’s use, purpose, and the emotional impact from the buyer’s perspective, unintentionally creating a feeling of unfamiliarity and detachment. Situations like these are not uncommon and can delay and influence the sale.
That’s why we don’t just stage. We create an emotionally-driven atmosphere by incorporating audio, visual, and tactile cues, that heighten the buyer’s attachment to the home and guide their decisions towards the purchase.