Virtual Home Staging is Cool

Simple things excite me.

Yes, this is a house I have for sale in the City of¬†Charlottesville. In the Greenbrier Elementary School district. But this post is only tangentially about that house (which I’d love for someone to buy this weekend).

This post is about a vacant house. Vacant houses sometimes exude sadness, or tiredness. Furnished houses just look better online. The internets can be cool. Upload a few pictures, choose furniture packages, click and pay … and wait a day. Curious to hear your thoughts on this “virtually staged” house.

Did I mention it’s a cool house in the City?

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  1. Terri Miyamoto September 1, 2015 at 16:31

    The advantage of seeing a room with furniture in it is that you can get a better sense of how big or small it is. So I just wonder, can I trust the “virtual” furniture? How do I know it hasn’t been manipulated to make the rooms look bigger? For example, is there really enough room between those kitchen chairs and the window? I dunno, the fake look isn’t appealing to me, but I guess it’s better than empty rooms, which I think just look awful. (But then, I bought a house with empty rooms.)

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