Virtual staging is a technique where designers digitally stage the interiors of a home with furniture, lights, plants, and other home accessories. It transforms vacant rooms into aesthetic living spaces, which give homebuyers a clear idea of how the house will look like in person. Virtual staging offers design flexibility while being time-saving and economical. In this fortnightly series, we introduce you to the best virtually staged homes by Styldod for you to draw inspiration from and see what virtual staging looks like.
House Highlight: This stately home exudes glamor; hence it rightfully deserves our #1 spot on the list of best virtually staged homes.The dining area with a view is to die for!
What has been done in Virtual Staging: Every detail about this has been meticulously designed from the wooden flooring to the modish kitchen and the luxurious bathroom. The dining room is perfect not only to enjoy meals but for family game nights too with a roundtable and large windows on the side.
House Highlight: This spacious home is #2 on our catalog of best virtually staged homes. The large french style windows let in natural light and air to make the best of the home environment.
What has been done in Virtual Staging: Decorated in glam design, this property is a treat to the eye. The pastel-colored home decor and the airy rooms ooze holiday vibes. We love how the basement has been cleverly converted into a game room and is whitewashed to make it seem larger.
House Highlight:This compact house is #3 on our list of best virtually staged homes. The living room transitions into the kitchen and dining room, making way to the bedrooms.
What has been done in Virtual Staging: Modern styling makes the best use of the limited space available. The 2bhk is decorated using a color palette of browns, whites, and a tinge of blue and green. The addition of contrast cushions, high chairs for the kitchen pantry, and plants in the virtual staging accentuate the home’s beauty.
House Highlight: This is an example of limited space put to good use in virtual home staging. The kitchen is blocked from the living room by a wall so that people working in both chambers don’t get distracted by each other.
What has been done in Virtual Staging: This property has been staged in Scandinavian style using light wood, warm lights, and breezy furniture. The pale-colored furniture and small dining table make it a cozy home for a small family.
House Highlights: The voluminous living room with airy windows also doubles as a TV room. The kitchen smoothly blends in with an island and high chairs.
What has been done in Virtual Staging: This coastal-style house hits the right balance between stylish yet functional. We love the navy blue and white color palette used in virtual home staging consistently across the house. Also, the monochrome cushion covers are so chic!
It is a well-known fact that staged homes sell 73% faster than unstaged ones. In this fortnightly series, we will be giving sneak-peak to readers of our best virtual staging projects. So stay tuned!
How does virtual staging work?
Styldod is a design tech company that aims to simplify real estate marketing and help agents present homes in their most favorable light online by reimagining and automating the listing photography process. Having begun as a virtual staging company, today, Styldod has affordable and best-in-class products and services for every facet of real estate marketing and photography. Styldod’s suite of services includes virtual staging, image enhancements, floor plans, virtual renovation, 3D renders, 360-degree virtual tours, and Matterport virtual staging, to name a few. We're trusted by over 10,000 real estate agents globally.