This slideshow contains images from a recent home staging project I completed in Bellingham, Washington. Click on any image for larger view and to begin slideshow.
After sitting on the market for five months with no offers, these clients decided to take their property off the market. They contacted me to look over their property and stage it, inside and out. They decided to re-list the freshly staged house, and in about two weeks, they had an offer. Another example of […]
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I planted this hydrangea on this side of the fence years ago. It is so happy that . . . . . . it has spread to the opposite side of the fence and filled it in also. It truly is a “Reversible” beauty.
STAGED HOME SELLS IN LESS THAN 5 DAYS! “Our house was on the market only 4 1/2 days before we got an offer that we accepted. Thanks for all your help!” ~~ Jody Omta, Home Seller Click on any thumbnail to view slideshow.
Whatcom business aims for increased value, faster sale POSTED: Monday, Feb. 27, 2012 in Whatcom Magazine LAUREN KRAMER – FOR WHATCOM MAGAZINE Karri Street has been staging homes in Whatcom County for the past 14 years, but she’s still surprised at how few homeowners are aware of the benefits of “Staging”. “With all the makeover shows on […]
Whatcom Horticultural Society’s 25th Annual Tour of Private Gardens Karri’s garden was featured in the Whatcom Horticultural Society’s 25th Annual Tour of Private Gardens. For more photos, click here.
My husband David & I are in that stage of our life when we want to travel more, not less. So the only pets we have chosen to own are the dozen gold fish in our pond, who can survive completely solo. And a stray cat who still won’t let us get near him, but […]
Kernels and Buds….to pop or not! As I was looking at my lovely pure white geraniums today picking off the brown withering petals from the middle, not having the heart to toss the whole cluster quite yet, I once again noticed underneath perfectly formed buds forever waiting to see their day as fully formed petals. […]