Traditional Home with Mid-Century Modern Flair {Home Staging Project}

A couple weeks ago, I shared a preview of a home staging project that I worked on.  This project was unique and challenging at the same time.  The homeowners had actually enlisted my help to pull a bedroom together, but it quickly turned into a full staging project when they bought another house along the way.

CAD INTERIORS home staging project_mid century modern traditional

Aside from the quick timeline, the biggest challenge I faced was having limited accessories, decor, textiles, and linens/bedding with which to work.  I worked with whatever the homeowners already owned, "shopping" their home exclusively.  Nothing new was purchased to stage the house, with the exception of some fresh flowers that I brought in for the MLS photo shoot.  I also used a few accessories from my personal stash to style certain rooms for the shoot.  There was a lot of de-cluttering, shuffling, and re-imagining done.

The home is a one-story traditional, but most of the interior was updated with a mid-century modern aesthetic.  For this project, the staging was kept very streamlined, uncluttered, and minimal - much like mid-century design.  I did not want to detract from the home's inherent architectural features.  Enjoy the tour!



CAD INTERIORS home staging project_mid century modern design

CAD INTERIORS home staging project_mid century modern ranch


CAD INTERIORS home staging project


CAD INTERIORS staging project_modern kitchen design

CAD INTERIORS home staging project_backless counter stools

CAD INTERIORS home staging project


CAD INTERIORS home staging_family room design


CAD INTERIORS home staging project

CAD INTERIORS home staging project_modern bedroom design

CAD INTERIORS home staging project_modern bathroom design


CAD INTERIORS home staging project_modern bathroom design

{All images from the MLS photo shoot as provided by the client}

Home staging is really about showcasing a home's positive attributes and minimizing the less ideal.  It is also about helping buyers envision themselves in the home by giving each room a purpose.  Keeping things clean and streamlined can attract a wider audience.

For more low-cost tips on getting your home ready to sell, click here.  Have a wonderful weekend!


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4 comments :

  1. Wonderful job of de-cluttering, So clean, inviting, and fresh.
    congratulations!

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  2. Hi Carol!Your ideas are quite impressive :) Congratulations!I love open spaces,not heavy,keeping light and bright!And you really did it!I'll dear to "still"few ideas for my owners ( I'm working as Property Consultant )...Putting together your images and an empty house,will be inspiring for the potential buyers.May I do that,please?!
    Thank you for inspiration!
    Dana,Portugal

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    1. Thank you, Dana! I'm not sure I understand your question. Please e-mail me directly if you'd like: cdamasco20@yahoo.com

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