Home Staging Tips and Advice

Welcome to Home Staging Hints, your guide to home staging solutions and secrets

As a home stager in Halifax, Nova Scotia, I'm always on the lookout for great home staging products and ideas. And in talking to home stagers, real estate agents, and builders, I realized there was a need for a comprehensive source of home staging ideas, articles, tips, products and resources.

On this site, we'll profile home stagers, source out home staging advice, and keep an eye out for products and services to help you build your home staging business.

As you'll discover, we're passionate about NextStage Furniture. This sturdy, realistic, lightweight cardboard furniture is a revolutionary product for home stagers and real estate professionals, which eliminates the need to own or rent furniture when staging multiple homes.

If you're a home stager, a real estate agent, or anyone interested in home staging and interior design, we welcome your input and ideas, and we're always on the lookout for great home staging success stories. Fill us in on your home staging business, and you may soon be featured on Home Staging Hints.

Kerry Derwent-Robb
Chips and Kerry Home Staging

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