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Archive for May, 2010

NextStage works wonders when C&K stages a mobile home

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

We were delighted to stage our first mobile home – as I think we have staged every type of home conceivable, apart from a bungalow and a Scottish castle!

This particular home was very spacious inside, with three bedrooms, a bathroom, a lounge and an eat-in kitchen.  Our main concern was to make the bedroom spectacular.  The agent wanted to show clients that a double bed can be fitted into the space, while still allowing access to the two closets.  Holly and I decided where the NextStage bed was going to be placed, and by using only one side table, we made the room look spectacular.

NextStage bed in mobile home

Mobile home staged with NextStage bed

I made a lovely planter for outside, so a lovely flash of colour – namely orange – would be carried though the rest of the house.