Home Staging and Decorating thought activism at its most passionate! Snappy answers and reasoned resets for your space and your stuff, and why it all matters so darn much.  

What’s Wrong with This Picture?

Welcome back to What’s Wrong with This Picture? where we tie a dollars and cents (sense!?) rationale to constructive comments made about actual listing photos. Dialogue is encouraged,  and as before-claim a photos as yours, and receive a complimentary interactive consult, valued up … Continued

What`s Wrong with This Picture? (NEW SERIES!)

This photo courtesy of Flicka Welcome back to my new series, What’s Wrong with This Picture? In Home Staging, a pleasing visual is just the beginning.  It’s not just about the stuff, it’s the people.  Preparing a property for sale is … Continued

What’s Wrong with This Picture? (NEW SERIES!)

If  ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’…a good listing photo is worth ten-trilion-zillion thousand words. Maybe more. REALLY. Listing photos are the number one tool homeowners, buyers, and their agents have.  They work silently, and for free, 24/7….but whether they are working for … Continued

What’s New In My Staging Kit?

What’s New In My Staging Kit? We know that buyers typically know in less than a minute if a property is going to be on their short list or not.  And here in Westchester, there have been anywhere from 41 … Continued

Get Your Vacant Westchester Co-Op Noticed and SOLD!

 Get Your Vacant Westchester Co-Op Noticed And SOLD! Westchester County real estate has a lot of range and variety, but some markets are pretty saturated right now. In our market, co-op apartments are probably in the toughest segment of all. Previously I … Continued

Get Your Ossining Cape Cod Style House Noticed-and SOLD!

Ossining Cape Cod style houses-just like any other type of property-have history and character that makes them unique. In this series, we discuss specific types of properties, and develop a selling strategy based on understanding what is appealing to who, and why-and how to use … Continued