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Top Shelf Home Staging in Dallas

Here at Staging Dallas, no shelf is too tall or too complex for us to take on. Because shelving serves both a functional purpose and a decorative purpose, it takes strategy and planning to master the art of shelf staging. How do you craft the perfect color coordination, height variety, and texture? What type of items are best to use? Well, while we can't tell you our secrets, can show you! Read on as we showcase a few of our favorite "cases."

Built-in Shelving

Homes that have built-in shelving add that extra bit of character and warmth to a room, and this project is the perfect example. The contrast of the dark shelving with the light walls and mantle gives the room more dimension, and, because of the contrast, the eye is naturally drawn to it. We were careful to use items that subtly fit in the same color family across various textures.

Photo by Lance Selgo/Unique Exposure Photography

Stand-Alone Shelving

How do you know when to add a bookshelf to a room? Spaces that have a large wall that you just can't figure out what to do with are a great opportunity to bring in a stand-alone shelf. This makes it easy to fill out space with color. Have fun with it! We love adding matching books, whimsical figurines, and sculptures to keep it interesting.

Photo by Lance Selgo/Unique Exposure Photography

Incorporated Shelving

We loved how this home used shelving to break up the living and dining areas. A bold but rewarding move, unlike adding a wall, adding shelving doesn't compromise the distribution of natural light. Instead of filling the gaps with chunky, large items, we opted for smaller, more delicate items to fill the spaces. This way, it didn't serve as a major distraction and cohesively tied the two rooms together.

Photo by Lance Selgo/Unique Exposure Photography

Are you ready to level up your home staging in Dallas? Contact Staging Dallas today for a consultation!


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