Boston, MA, June 09, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- “I have staged for 20 years and find the most positive results are realized when I transform a property using homeowners furnishings for inspiration,” says Reddy. “It may be an old chair that got stuffed in the attic or a wooden shoe shine kit that I rescue from the garage, no matter what the 'treasure,' I work the room around the piece. By implementing this personalized approach, I add interest to the home decor and engage the buyer. Additionally, homeowners are complimented on their furnishings and will see how best to use these in their next home.”
Nancy Dreyer, Newton MA, agrees... “Maureen has given me new appreciation of my own collection. By relocating furniture, pottery and artwork, favorite items are given new visibility. She has staged my home to appeal to buyers, showing them the possibilities for their own decor, while retaining my style. And giving me great ideas for the future!”
Realtor, Tracy Kok of Keith Brokerage, Canton MA explains “I never tire of watching Maureen rummaging through a client’s basement to discover forgotten pieces that she then integrates into her staging design. Once complete the home exudes warmth and love, which transmits to the buyers.” Reddy adds, “Homeowners appreciate the personal touch, attention to detail, and the little surprise around the corner and buyer’s are intrigued by the unique design rather than a generic experience.”
Home staging is a key component in marketing today’s properties and DaVinci Designer Gallery's custom staging is driving sales prices higher as the market demands homes that have a “designer showcase” feel. With such drastic property transformations, sellers have seen a 300%-700% return on their staging investment and a 6%-21% increase in the value of their property.