Having A Hard Time Selling Your Vacant Home?

  Vacant homes are hard to sell. Furniture can create a mood, portray a lifestyle, and help the buyer envision themselves living in the home. The professionals at Act Two Home Staging can help you get your home ready to sell and for top dollar! We have years of professional experience in staging homes and […]

Staged Homes Sell Faster And For More Money

  Staged properties sell faster when compared with houses that have not been staged. From the date of the listing until the day of closing, home staging shortens this time frame. This vacant property sold after the first showing! Prior to furnishing this house, it was hard to judge the rooms sizes and the home lacked emotional […]

A Vacant House Becomes A Home With Staging

I had the pleasure of working with two investors who flipped this charming 1,404 square foot house. The house is located on 236 Armstrong Road in Geneva and has a great view of Seneca Lake. Act Two was asked to stage the house complete with furnishings, artwork and accessories from our inventory. Having been completely remodeled, the […]

8 Tips For Staging and Styling Fireplace Mantels

How to style a mantle is a common question among my decorating and staging clients. The design of some fireplace mantles makes it difficult for the average homeowner to accessorize. There is a tendency among homeowners to fill the entire mantel with small items lined up in a row. Scale is the most important aspect […]

The Benefits of Hiring an Interior Designer or Home Stager

If you don’t know where to begin decorating or staging your home, need help tying pieces together, or simply don’t have the time, hiring an interior designer or home stager has many benefits. Forget the notion that interior designers or home stagers are only for high-end homes. In reality, hiring a professional to decorate or stage […]

The most cost effective home staging tool is paint

  The most cost effective home staging tool is paint! Painting the wall of cabinets white instantly updated this bedroom. What was once a drawback became a feature. Notice that leaving the inset walls blue drew attention to the window seat and the nice arched trim. (photo below) Painting the oak frames of these 1980’s cabinets […]