House #56: Staging Pictures


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Here are some STAGING pictures of House #56:


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8 responses to “House #56: Staging Pictures”

  1. Shane Woods says:

    How did the paint come out on this one?

  2. J Scott says:

    Shane –

    Paint came out great! Because we used a different painter… 🙂

  3. acm says:

    I’m getting before-and-after withdrawel though! We want details!! :))
    Nice looking house. Did you break through the kitchen windows yourself, or was part of that already there? Also, do you ever consider counter-height bar seating, rather than the double-height-countertop solution that’s more common (as shown here, with counter and higher bar)? I was thinking about that for a rehab, but don’t know if there is some drawback I’m not seeing…

  4. Kristine-CA says:

    House looks great. Is it a 3/1 with no fireplace? Is it the first one you’ve done without a fireplace? I really like the staging of the mudroom/porch as an office. Makes pass thru rooms in real rooms.

  5. J Scott says:

    Kristine –

    Yes, this is a small house — 3/1 with no fireplace. My partner found this one and the numbers looked good, so we decided to give it a try. If we get anywhere near what our agent thinks we’ll get, it should be a home run (or at least a triple :)…

  6. kareem stewart says:

    Excellent job once again mr. scott, I notice the nice tile work in the kitchen, I was wondering do you tile under all your cabinets? And how do you determine on using recessed light’s or not.

  7. J Scott says:

    Hey Kareem,

    We always tile under cabinets — it’s actually cheaper because the installer can make fewer cuts, which is the most time consuming part of his job.

    As for recessed lights, we’ll typically use them on low ceilings (especially in basements) and then will use them in big family rooms where one large fan won’t provide enough light for the entire room.

  8. george p. says:

    looks kick ass!

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