Staging is psychological.

It is where human desire meets HGTV.

Why Move? We move to a new home that offers us more than what we have. We move for more living space and a joyful lifestyle. Ultimately, we want to feel happy living in a new home. Staging a home is meant to show a new buyer that this house can be their new home. Staging a home also strives to create memory points for buyers to hang on to. When they are looking at 5 houses a day, you want yours to be remembered.

Rapidan Estate in Culpepper, VA

It was a great pleasure to showcase this Christie’s property in the turn around time of a week! It is to be sold at private auction for a high profile client. Lots of mystery and excitement surrounded this staging never the less, our clients were thrilled with the work.

 This staging required interior and exterior design. As a certified master gardener I thought flanking the door with simple young magnolias worked well. The scale of the large waxy leaves broke up the beige brick, without complete interruption. The arbervitae just brought the attention straight to the front doors.

Cynthia was great and brought a designers eye to our home before we put it on the market and had photos taken. She worked quickly and efficiently and made suggestions to improve the look of not only the house, but also the surrounding property. Her changes made a ton of sense once done, but I would never have thought of them on my own. Well worth the money, and highly recommended!
S. Mandell

Home Owner

Five Stars to Cynthia Riegle for her excellent work on staging a recent listing of mine! Cynthia was prompt, professional and prepared; she communicated her recommendations to the client clearly and brought enthusiasm and energy to staging an unusual home with a quick turn around. She has a great eye for design but more importantly, know what photographs and shows well in a home for sale.
Amy Webb

Charlottesville Realtor

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