Delicious is in the details
With home frosting’s luxury home staging services, we help homeowners, Realtors, and developers make their properties shine, earning them optimal online attention and helping getting them the contract. Here are a few examples of how home frosting turned dated, empty, or cluttered spaces into a desirable, beautiful places.

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Townhome community opens its appeal.
In a market with no shortage of townhomes, staging can make the difference. Here we staged two distinct decor looks, so the property could appeal to a wider range of buyers.






Traditional home gets new look

We recently staged a 5,400 sq. ft. waterfront home. The goal was to broaden the appeal by making it a transitional style home, mixing in more modern touches with the traditional ones.



Open space townhouse mixes modern and rustic staging
Tall ceilings and open spaces require large scale decor and design elements. home frosting’s collection of luxury assets and art filled this room with style and buyer appeal.

A once useless hallway, now redecorated with purpose

Staging can make spaces feel larger and suddenly create new selling points. This desk, clean shelves, and attractive accessories transform this dead area into a great office.

Highlight your backyard oasis

So many buyers can’t see past the weeds. This staging project added landscaping, festive furnishings, and accessories. The staging created an aspirational lifestyle and a WOW selling point.

Curb appeal counts.
Before – We updated this beautiful waterfront home’s exterior paint color to an on-trend gray appealing to a larger buyer base. What a difference this made.
After –Cool gray paint significantly refreshed this property’s look along with updating the landscaping and pressure watching the roof.

Before- This dining room was a bit dark, cold and didn’t leverage the unique lighting fixture.
After – The home staging team warmed up the space by painting the room one color, a cool gray and adding a monochromatic area rug. We made the room feel larger by eliminating some bulky furniture and introduced an artist’s original artwork that complimented the lighting fixture.