The day I found out that we were going to be staging a house of this size, my heart filled with excitement and a splash of terror all at once. This house was unfurnished and certainly the largest staging project that we would be conquering to date.
I’d like to share a few of the rooms we staged and explain how and what we did at this gorgeous location on Cape Cod.
The inspiration for the dining nook came from the round table which you can see here. The person who painted the table accidentally used a pale green/white combo. From there, came the succulents on the table and the color scheme for the pillows. It actually ended up really working well for a beach house.
The living room started with two blue willow lamps which then turned into navy pillows and planters. I just loved how it popped against the linen furniture that we used. One of the white couches was the only piece of furniture in the house when we arrived besides a giant blue sectional that really took over the room and needed to go. Bye Felicia!
In the bathroom I stripped all the rugs and clutter and just placed one lovely, crisp Turkish towel. Ready and waiting for someone to hop in and luxuriate while looking out at the ocean!
The entryway was actually one of my favorite photos taken by Lauren Clough Photography who is one of the best photographers I have ever worked with. I just love the crisp white contrast of the simple baskets with the gorgeous flowers from Foraged Floral of Sandwich....
The sitting room was the perfect place to bring the outdoors in with that spectacular ocean view. We kept everything light, bright and reflective to be able to focus on the view which is frame worthy. Minimalism is usually the best route to take when staging so people can focus on the space and the "stuff". This job was a favorite for sure.