Yes, believe it or not Staging does come into play for business and commercial properties as well.

It is most important in company lobbies or common spaces. No, it is not because they are selling, it is because they are 'setting the stage' for what the space says about them as a company.

Just like your home, a business needs to set a great first impression when their client walks through the door. It sets the tone of who they are and what they do. 

I need to share one of the business projects I was hired to do that was so fun to be a part of. 

This is the space as I first saw it:

 

Before

 

 

I was shown an architectural rendition of color and mural and was hired to select the furnishings. Here is the space after:

 

After

 

Yes, I got to do the lobby of GE in Minneapolis! Their image is about technology. Current, cutting edge, looking to the future. Thus a contemporary look was needed. 

It was a small project but one that I was honored to be hired to do.

If you are a business owner with a store front or office for client's to visit, don't forget your space reflects what you do! 

 

 Shar Sitter, owner Rooms With Style Home Staging and Redesign Minneapolis MN.

CHSE and APSD Home Stager Pro Trainer

 www.RoomsWithStyle.com

952-567-1124

 

 

About Shar Sitter

Shar is an award winning Designer and Home Stager and the owner of 'Rooms With Style' and the 'Certified Staging and Redesign Acadamy.' She has been in the design industry for over 25 years and her background includes studies in Interior Design as well as Horticulture to assist with your home’s curb appeal. Shar has a talent for taking simple things; placing them in their best light and making them shine. Another Sharlene from North Dakota, Shar and Sharlene knew they were destined to work together when they first met! She has been blogging here and helping bring out the best in the homes of Sharlene's sellers since 2011.

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