EVERYTHING you need to know to help you stage and style your furniture! #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon

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I am SO excited to finally reveal what I have been working super hard on! I have created 3 different staging and styling guides and I have also updated my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront, with a second edition to provide you with the best information possible to help you stage and style your painted furniture online!!

Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

Click the pictures for more information on each guide! Thank you for being here. I appreciate you stopping by for #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon!

Make sure you check out my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon blog posts below for more free tips on staging your painted furniture!

How To Avoid Distractions When You Stage Your Painted Furniture. #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon

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SQUIRREL! Make sure you edit out any distractions such as outlets, trash can’s, piles of clothes, random objects, etc., when you stage your painted furniture. You only have a second to grab the attention of your audience! There are plenty of free picture-editing apps to help in this area! The “healing” tool will help get rid of any of these unnecessary distractions.

I do not recommend using a mirror as a prop if you can get away with it because of the reflection/picture in the mirror can turn a potential client away (a pile of dirty laundry laying in the floor, or a trash can full of trash).  If you have a mirror, and it is a part of the sale, then make sure the reflection is clean and free of any distractions. Try and slightly tilt the mirror up towards the ceiling so that the mirror has a blank reflection. You can also blur out the mirror with a photo-editing app, take it outside and use the sky or trees for a reflection, or neatly tape white paper over it. If you like the look of fake (pre-staged) images reflecting in the mirror, there are a few free apps that you can put on your phone that will help in this area. Just remember to keep it simple and clutter-free!

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

I appreciate you stopping by for #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon. I will see you Monday for #MondayMakeoversWithFallon!

Make sure you check out my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon blog posts below for more free tips on staging your painted furniture!

How to Stage Your Furniture Effectively: Podcast Hosted by Zibra Painting. #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon

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Last month I had the honor of being interviewed on Zibra’s Podcast with Katie Cloud, owner and artist of, Katie & Co. Furniture Restorations. We talked about how to effectively stage your furniture and provide you with tips on how to stage for success. You can listen to the podcast below! And make sure you get your FREE Furniture Flipping Checklist here!

Season 1  Episode 7

How to stage your furniture effectively: An interview with Katie Cloud and Fallon Yates

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

I appreciate you stopping by for #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon. I will see you Monday for #MondayMakeoversWithFallon!


Make sure you check out my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon posts below!

How Proportion Helps With Perspective. #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon

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Proportion is key when taking photos of your furniture. You do not want your piece of furniture to look too small, but you also do not want to make it look larger than it actually is. To help with this, I always try to cover at least 1/2 to 2/3 the length of the piece.  It is important to remember that you do not want to see a lot of “hollow” space between your props, but you also do not want them crammed together. So, keep it simple and clutter free. Start in the middle and work your way out.  As I stated before, you do not want to take away from the piece of furniture, you want to enhance the piece and provide a vision for the potential customer.

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

I appreciate you stopping by for #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon. I will see you Monday for #MondayMakeoversWithFallon!


Make sure you check out my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon posts below!

All About FLOORING! #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon

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If you haven’t already, make sure you check out last week’s blog post on Staging Backdrops by clicking HERE.

Flooring is just as important as a backdrop when it comes to staging your painted furniture. Your flooring area should be at least 7.5 ft to 8.5 ft wide and 3.5 ft to 4.5 ft deep. If you only paint small pieces, then your backdrop does not have to be an entire wall, it just needs to be large enough for your small pieces. When designing this space, make sure you have extra space on each side where your piece(s) will be sitting. You want to be able to fit the piece and your staging items in the whole picture and not have anything cut off.

You can use wood planks, pallets, cement, rugs, or buy a box of laminate or hardwood flooring. You can even get a piece of baseboard at a low cost and use it on top of your flooring to make it look more realistic.  If none of these suggestions are an option for you, then you can purchase wallpaper or imitation backdrops, made out of canvas that mimic the look of real wood, stone, etc.  I have linked some examples, but these often look fake.  I would rather your staging area look authentic and natural, opposed to forced. You want try to make your personal staging area look as realistic as possible.

As I stated in last week’s blog post, the purpose of staging is to highlight your beautiful piece of furniture. Avoid the biggest mistake of having a backdrop and/or flooring that is too busy, it may take away from the piece. Keep the focus on what’s important so you can sell your piece quickly.

For more painted furniture tips, make sure you get your FREE Furniture Flipping Checklist here!

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

I appreciate you stopping by for #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon. I will see you Monday for #MondayMakeoversWithFallon!


Make sure you check out my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon blog posts below for more free tips on staging your painted furniture!

All About BACKDROPS! #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon

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Backdrops are really important when it comes to staging your painted furniture. If you are thinking of having a permanent staging area, or even if you’re not, I would suggest having an area where your backdrop/wall is at least 8 ft tall and/or the height of your ceiling.

Backdrops should be a solid color with no distractions in the background (graffiti, electrical outlets, cords, etc.). I recommend your backdrop be neutral, unless you want your brand to have a different look with a certain backdrop that isn’t neutral because it goes with the genre or style of your painted furniture. Composition is very important.

For the purpose of a backdrop, if you don’t have a wall you can use, item’s such as, bead board, paneling, wood planks, shiplap or brick panels work well, too. You could also use a garage door, fence panels, old doors (that are neutral and look similar), the backside of a shed, or the siding, brick, cement, or stucco on the outside of your house. Make sure there are no distractions in the background if you do decide to stage outside (ie: other homes, cars, mailboxes, etc.).

Remember, the purpose of staging is to highlight your beautiful piece of furniture. If your backdrop is too busy, it may take away from the piece. Keep the focus on what’s important so you can hopefully sell your piece quickly.

Make sure you tune in next week because I will be going over FLOORING!

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

I appreciate you stopping by for #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon. I will see you Monday for #MondayMakeoversWithFallon!


Make sure you check out all of my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon tips below!!

The Correct Perspective. #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon

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Today’s Quick Staging Tip:

It’s important to translate the correct perspective when your stage and take pictures of your painted piece of furniture. While you want your piece to be the center of attention, you don’t want to mislead the buyer. Depth, distance and dimension are key. When you’re taking photos of your staged piece, take a front-and-center “eye-level” picture of the piece. This is especially important for the initial photo that everyone sees first. You want the top and bottom to be symmetrical and you don’t want your piece to be cut-off in the photo.

The location and/or angle that you’re taking the photo from will vary depending of the type of furniture your photographing. For example, a tall hutch will be photographed differently compared to a small coffee table. Just keep in mind that one size, or picture in this case, doesn’t fit all!


Make sure you check out my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon blog post tips below to help guide you when you stage your painted furniture!

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of the eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

Staging with Dollar Tree item's

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I feel like this could be a #ThriftyThursdaysWithFallon post, but you can seriously find a ton of great things at the Dollar Tree to stage with so I had to make it my #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon blog post today!

Not only do I love to shop at the Dollar Tree for party supplies, school items, coloring books. etc., I also love to shop for staging items!

My favorite items to buy at the Dollar Tree are:

  1. Vases, jars and pots. Spray paint and chalk paint is your friend in this area! You can create so many different looks to fit your staging needs.

  2. Flowers and succulents. I ONLY buy the ones that aren’t super fake looking. They are great for filling bare areas while adding a natural pop of color.

  3. Wreaths, wreath forms and supplies. $1 for a 14” wreath form is a great deal! These are fantastic for making wreaths or you can purchase the grapevines ones and add flower stems to it to create a simple pop of color.

  4. Frames. These are great to re-purpose, spray paint, layer or add quotes to for staging!

  5. Baskets, tin bins, storage jars and containers. So many options with these! Add flowers or plants, pile them together or have them stand alone. They can add texture and dimension to your staging needs without going over bored and without you breaking the bank! When you’re finished staging with them, use them around your house to keep organized!

  6. Plain coffee cups and small milk jug replicas. These are perfect for staging a coffee station, hot coco bar, etc.

  7. Rope and ribbon. These items are great for wrapping around jars, packages and making wreaths!

  8. Fake fruit, vegetables and eggs. For example, if you paint fake carrots and/or eggs they look great for Easter!

  9. Seasonal items. Ceramic pumpkins, tiny Christmas trees, signs, quotes, seasonal floral stems, etc.

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

Thank you so much for stopping by! See you next time!


Make sure you check out my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon blog post tips to help guide you when you stage your painted furniture!

Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide To Staging Your Painted Furniture.

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Once a month I like share my eBook and staging guides, because I truly do think it will help you when it comes to staging!! So, in case you didn’t already know, I wrote an eBook called Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide To Staging Your Painted Furniture. If you advertise or sell your painted furniture online, then you HAVE to stage it like it's the Virtual Storefront of your business!! As a furniture staging expert, I've seen first hand how staging can make or break a furniture painting business. Let's also not forget that good staging equals a higher dollar for your work, SO, to help you out, I buckled down and spilled ALL of my furniture staging secrets in this eBook. I walk you through, step-by-step from start-to-finish on how to stage your painted furniture! It's a game changer for you and your business!!

Testimonies:

"I first discovered Fallon’s work when she tagged Country Chic Paint in an Instagram post. I was immediately attracted to her light, soft imagery that really makes you feel as though you’ve been welcomed into a shabby chic, country home. She creates clean lines with carefully structured staging that draws your attention and makes you fall head-over-heels for each and every piece she creates!”  – Country Chic Paint

“It is a great pleasure and a boon to our business to have Fallon’s work and photography featured on our website. I can say with certainty that her staging works wonders to increase our hardware sales and I’m sure it does the same for her furniture.”  – D. Lawless Hardware

“Staging is important when photographing and selling your furniture pieces! I love how Fallon at Market House Restorations uses minimal pieces for a clean fresh vibe!” – Old Barn Milk Paint

 “Fallon is one of the best furniture refinishers we have seen. Her talent and knowledge base is extraordinary. We have noticed over the years that many furniture refinishers create phenomenal pieces but dilute the WOW appeal of their piece by poor staging - Fallon incorporates strong yet simple staging techniques, which keep the focus on her beautiful results.” – Zibra Paint

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

I appreciate you stopping by for #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon. I will see you Monday for #MondayMakeoversWithFallon!

Staging Your Painted Furniture With Old Books

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Thank you for stopping by to today’s quick tip on staging your painted furniture:

I love to stage with old hardback books! They are great because they don’t cost too much money to purchase, they come in many different colors and they do a great job balancing out decor. They are a nice way to add character without going overboard! Here is a quick overview of what you can do with them:

1. Keep them as-is

2. Stack the books as high as you want or need

3. Stand the books up and go as far across as you need

4. Turn the books around backwards and let the pages show if you want a more neutral look

5. Vary the colors or go with a solid color

6. Paint them

7. Tear off the cover and show the “shaggy” binding

8. Hang them on the wall

9. Take out the pages and use them as wall decor or drawer liners

10. Tie rope or ribbon around them while adding greenery/flowers to add color

There are literally so many options! I recommend keeping a few different colors of hardback books on hand so you have a variety of options. Also, if you haven’t already, make sure you check out my #ThriftyThursdaysWithFallon blog post on where to find the best deal on hardback books! You can find that post HERE.

For more information on flooring and/or if you want to learn numerous tips and tricks on how to stage your furniture, here is the link to my eBook, Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Painted Furniture. It jammed packed information that will help you take your staging to the next level! I also have three separate staging and styling guides that help you stage specific pieces of furniture. Between all three guides you receive over 500 different ways to style and stage different pieces of furniture. Yes, 500!! Between all three guides and my second edition eBook you get over 200 pages of information! You do not have to worry about staging and styling your furniture ever again!!

Here is a breakdown of my eBook and Guides:

*Your Virtual Storefront. The Complete Guide to Staging Your Painted Furniture. 2nd EDITION: Everything you need to know to help you stage your furniture from, photography, the photo editing process, lighting, staging areas/locations, information about logo/watermarks…just to name a handful of the topics.

*The Bedroom Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Chest of Drawers, Dressers, Nightstands, Wardrobes, Blanket Chests, Vanities, Beds and Bedroom Sets)

*The Dining Room Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Buffets/Sideboards, China Hutches, Glass Front China Cabinets and Tables & Chairs

*The Everyday Living Furniture Guide: Staging and Styling Desks, Multi-Purpose Pieces, Sofa Tables, TV Stands, Side Tables, Coffee Tables, Benches and Bookshelves

I appreciate you stopping by for #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon. I will see you Monday for #MondayMakeoversWithFallon!

Make sure you check out my other #StagingSaturdaysWithFallon blog post tips to help guide you when you stage your painted furniture!