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Property Location:  NW, Washington DC 20016 In this beautiful 4,500-square-foot single-family home located in Washington, DC, we staged the living room, dining room, main bedroom, kitchen, family room, office, and lower-level office. The home was very outdated with a difficult floor plan. The client made a few upgrades (pulling up the carpet to expose the original hardwood and painting most of the walls a neutral color).  Built in 1940 the home originally operated as a doctor's office in the lower-level. The main appeal of this home for buyers was the location and the large backyard with a pool for its DC location. What process did we use to stage this house? We met for an initial consult with the realtor, our designer Jamira Thomas, created a custom design plan and presented it, then we picked the items from our warehouse. The client and realtor were particular in their design style looking [...]

By |2022-06-28T07:16:35-04:00June 27th, 2022|Staging|Comments Off on DC HOME SELLS FOR $800,000 OVER ASKING PRICE WITH EXPERT STAGING

Washington DC Crane Move

Crane Move in Washington DC As a local and long distance moving company, sometimes there are large items that cannot be lifted by our team or items that may not fit in elevator shafts or stairwells and need a crane to hoist from a balcony and brought down to our truck. Last week we moved this property in Washington, DC and we had to call in a crane to help us move items. What items did we move?  This customer had 2 large area rugs, a large antique sofa, and an oversized king-size mattress. It was a liquidating estate move with older items that could not be dismantled to maintain the integrity of the piece. For example, the antique sofa could not be disassembled, and neither could the mattress of course. When do we recommend using a crane? When the items don’t fit in a stairway or elevator and it's over [...]

By |2022-06-28T07:17:36-04:00May 25th, 2022|Moving|Comments Off on Washington DC Crane Move