August 5, 2014

Update A Chandelier Fixture

Do you have a light fixture around your home that could use an update? We had an old chandelier that use to hang in the entryway, but when we changed it out I decided I could repurpose the fixture add more lighting in a soon to be sitting area in my shed. Here are the steps I took to create this Do-It-Yourself Update.
July 2, 2014

Home Staging Updating Light Fixture

Make something old look new again! It’s great to repurpose items around your home. www.toritoth.com Check out how we transformed this chandelier by spray painting the iron chandelier a glossy white. It instantly makes the chandelier more modern. What can you repurpose? Share below. 888.667.6643 tori@stylishstagers.com
June 27, 2014

Home Staging Bathroom Tips

Your bathroom should make buyers feel as if they’re walking into a spa. Think light, bright, calm and relaxing when preparing your bathroom for sale. Check out this video for do-it-yourself tips on how to create a show stopping bathroom. tori@stylishstagers.com 888.667.6643
June 13, 2014

Home Staging Hiring a Handyman

Sometimes in order to prepare your home for sale, it’s important to hire a handyman. Here are few tips to think about before making the decision. Be sure to like the video and subscribe to the page if you found these tips helpful. 888.667.6643, tori@stylishstagers.com Home Staging Tips
June 3, 2014

Tori’s FREE Video Series: Prepare Your Home for Sale

                                                                                                Welcome! First Impressions TAKE ACTION: It’s all in the details. Is it cluttered or clean? Are there minor repairs needed? Updates? Review the six areas of a room. The four walls, the floor and the ceiling. What do you see? Is it eye appealing or outdated? Remember to feel. When you walk into each room how do you feel? Is it a positive or a negative feeling? Light or dark? Comfortable or cold? What’s the first thing you notice? Is it appealing or distracting? Items in the space. Are they updated? Is there too much or not enough furniture? Are they in proportion […]