Our team has become masters at staging downtown condos. When Tara and I started this company I remember dreading the condo staging portion of it. You have to manage the concierge, the elevator, loading docks, busy Seattle traffic, parking, carrying supplies from our cars and your timing. Now, we have a system so all of those details can be managed effortlessly. Condos have become a house favorite!
We will add a bit of Kelly Wearstler inspiration:
As the Stager girls say "an O.S. chair" for some down time. (When that would be I know not...)
And finish with a wall of art. We are currently buried in stacks of that at the moment.
We said goodbye to our waterfront warehouse and moved to the U Village area. What an expensive and exhausting endeavor. I want to say "never again!" but never say never...
Our sale was busy and helped us make room for other fabulous furniture.
Always be careful bringing a baby. These Stager Girls have high schoolers and college age kids so a baby hold is in high demand. It appears Jodi won this bout.
Thrilled to be moving into new "office" space. The floors have since been cleaned and painted, the "rooms" have been carpeted, we have music and are ready to make the transfer of our furnishings.
Our last job of the week ended at an amazing condo overlooking Lake Union. I vowed that if it went past 5 pm that I was running to the store for beers. Amazingly it was 4:30 and my commute home was a mere 10 blocks. This Stager girl is exhausted.
Sister Ex scheduled 4 jobs next week. Should I tell her that I am taking Friday off to be with my BFFs for the weekend?
Waiting for J to deliver our table and turn this chaos into order.
6326 22nd Ave NE in Ravenna.
Sassy pink chairs:
White skirted vanity: Well, it could look like this but it needs the skirt added and a fresh paint job and a mirror and a chair. Tee Hee-(other than that it is identical)
Oversized art that makes a statement: