The home stagers at Design to Impress needed to depersonalize 5 Jonathan Dunn Way, a house in Toronto, so that potential buyers could clearly visualize themselves in the unit during an upcoming open house. To do so, they brought the house back to its core, visually. The result was a property that sold within 2 weeks for over $20,000 over the asking price.
Our home stagers dressed up 5 Jonathan Dunn Way by employing different methods of interior and exterior renovation, in order to make the house be as efficient as we staged it to look. Repairs were made, cleaning was executed, and furniture was either replaced or re-purposed, all by contractors supervised by Design to Impress.
Our home staging team used smooth fabrics and coordinating colors in each room to enhance a sense of style in the house. They created a sense of spaciousness by grouping furniture towards the center of the room.
The home stagers made use of floral arrangements to give selected rooms life. The flowers blended well with the neutral colours of the walls, furnishings and linens. Focal points were isolated with modern table and wall art, which also matched the overall decor of the room.
Our home staging approach emphasized preeminent features in 5 Jonathan Dunn Way, which enhanced its look, while giving it a pleasing and comfortable appeal. Design to Impress worked within the homeowner’s budget, space limitations and time-frame to produce a home sold in less than 14 days for a high return on their investment