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HOME STAGING 101

Living Room Big Window, House in Rosedale, Toronto

Re-positioning furniture and relocating sofas and chairs are options for Toronto's home stagers when preparing a property for a showing.
Chandelier in Living Room, House in Rosedale, Toronto

Lighting is crucial to each room Design to Impress prepares for a showing. Here are a few different types Toronto's home stagers use.
Reading Room, 79 St. Clements, Toronto

Toronto's home stagers, Design to Impress, use colour to draw attention to a room's focal point or features.
Family Room in 22 Rhodes Ave., Toronto

When staging a home in Toronto, Design to Impress uses furnishings and accessories to offset bland colours and create a harmonic atmosphere.
Living Room, 59 East Liberty St, Unit 208, Toronto

When Design to Impress stages a house or condo in Toronto, a homeowner's existing furniture may be re-purposed, depending on the budget.
Main Floor, 313 Green Lane, Thornhill

Design to Impress prepares houses, condos, apartments and lofts to look move-in ready before a showing, always resulting in an high ROI.
Interior Entrance View in 22 Rhodes Ave., Toronto

Toronto's home stagers, Design to Impress, prepare properties for sale by triggering emotion in potential buyers, leading to quick offers.
Dining room at 140 Candlebrook Drive, Whitby

Potential buyers visit open houses with critical eyes. Toronto's home stagers, Design to Impress, stages homes without omitting any details.
Sideview in Kitchen in 78 Tecumseth, Suite 1205, Toronto

Potential buyers a house or condo for sale look for as much space as possible. Toronto's home stagers prepare rooms to showcase such space.