A professional stager was brought in to transform this apartment from lived-in to extremely-instagrammable. She recommended painting accent walls, added art and a jungle of plants, new bedding, and some boundary-pushing sexy accessories. We added light fixtures, changed out the bathroom floors, and painted to make everything pop like new.
This apartment was occupied during the sale process by an active family that wanted to stick to a tight budget. We Marie Kondo'd the heck out of it, rented furniture from Feather, and accessorized from CB2. Simple, inexpensive efforts created a dramatic change, and we sold this before it even hit the open market.
This apartment had been listed previously, and the furniture and photos were not doing the apartment justice. Since the owners had moved out already, it was easy to have professional stagers come in and decorate. From painting kitchen cabinets to painting custom artwork for the walls, the apartment popped off the page and sold after previously lingering on the market.
This apartment was occupied and already cool (see green velvet sofa) but needed a professional touch. New rugs, enviable chairs (which were actually from Target!) plants, and accessories transformed the space.
333 East 79th was an estate that had been occupied since the 1960s and not renovated since then. We ripped out carpet, wallpaper, and mirrored bathroom ceilings. Sections of the rotted parquet floors were replaced, as was the kitchen floor creating a fresh white box for the new buyer to see a blank canvas for their own project. We added minimal furnishings to give a sense of scale, without fooling anyone into thinking they didn't need to renovate.
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