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Home Stager - Nestings: Connecticut Home Staging and Model Homes
Nestings provides home staging, decorating and interior merchandising for model homes, vacant and occupied properties in Fairfield County (including Greenwich, Stamford, Darien, Norwalk, Westport, Fairfield, Easton, Trumbull, Wilton, Weston, Monroe, Stratford, Bridgeport, Newtown) and all of Connecticut. Builders, Real Estate Agents and Sellers have all derived great value from working with this award-winning home stager. From condos to million-dollar homes, Julie's work will entice the target buyer. On Time, On Budget, On Target! Contact Julia Maher at 203.257.7395 or nestings@snet.net.
RECENT BLOG POSTS
Home Staging: Update A Traditional Dining Room Nestings Home Staging recently completed a whole-house staging for this Fairfield County, CT, condominium.  The dining room is sizable; it fit a traditionally-sized dining table, sideboard, corner cabinet and six dining chairs, but it was a little cr...
07/13/2011
Home Staging Tip:  Get The Buyers At "Hello"! First impressions are so important!  Whether it's a job interview, first date, or selling your house, make every effort to grab positive attention at "Hello!" The foyer provides the first impression of this wonderful family house located in Fairfield ...
07/12/2011
Home Staging Tip:  Use What You Have - But Update It! Professional Home Stagers are skilled at working with whatever is at hand.  Frequently, a seller's budget for preparing their house is limited.  Most of the budget should go towards updating whatever will stay with the house when it sells, suc...
07/11/2011
Home Staging Tip:  Home Office Inspiration From A Designer Showhouse This home office is one of a designer, or perhaps an architect.  However, it is merely suggestive.  The books, tools, and drawings indicate who might inhabit this space.  It is done effectively, without all the actual parapherna...
07/10/2011
Interior Design Tip:  Don't Take Yourself Too Seriously! If you're working with very traditional, classical design elements and furnishings, leave some room to showcase your personality. Traditional homes (and there are a lot in Connecticut!) can end up looking very stuffy, with a museum-like, re...
07/10/2011
Interior Design Tips:  Do You Like Pink & Green?  Not Preppy?  Not A Little Girl? If you want a pink and green color scheme, but you're not feeling the prep nor are you a little girl, there are still ways to incorporate these colors in your home.  These tips are derived from the Master Bedroom su...
07/09/2011
Portrait Of A Committed Home Seller Whether you're a Real Estate Agent, Home Stager, or other real estate professional, we all want this kind of client:  someone who is committed to selling their house.  And I mean really, really committed.  And not out of desperation, but from a deep satisfactio...
07/08/2011
Working With Built-Ins:  A Home Staging Tip An earlier blog post, using examples from a Showhouse, offered some Home Staging Tips on how to work with built-ins.  Whether you're Staging to Live or Staging to Sell, people love built-ins!  Bookcases, cabinets, or any combination thereof, buyers love...
07/06/2011
  Chip Plumley provides some excellent tips for preparing your house in a "Green" manner!  Most are easy, low-cost solutions that can present a green lifestyle for those special buyers.  I especially like his idea of leaving a pitcher of filtered water instead of multiple plastic bottles! Update ...
07/06/2011
1776:  A Letter To The Front Abigail Sherman, a distant ancestor, wrote this heart-felt letter to her husband who was serving in the American Continental Army.  It is dated September 16, 1776.  In it, she details various illnesses in the family and neighbors.  She worries that he may not get the ...
07/04/2011
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