Working in the interior decorating/home staging business for over a decade, I have seen all kinds of houses: the good, the bad, and the (just plain) ugly. This blog will answer questions about staging and interior design from our clients and online inquiries.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Partial Staging

Dear Kristina,
Is it alright to partially stage a house?

Dear Northern Neighbor,
To partially stage or not depends on whether your listed house is vacant or occupied.

If you are selling while living in your home, then you should stage (declutter, etc.) all the living space in your house. If your house is vacant, then you can limit your staging to "priority rooms" (i.e. kitchen, living room, etc.). Leaving some bedrooms or a second living room empty is alright as long as the primary rooms have been staged.

Happy staging! Kristina

KFM Staging & Design, a Minnesota home staging company, has been creating "First Impressions That Sell" in the Twin Cities for over a decade. Visit our website for more home staging tips. To submit your question, contact Kristina at

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