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Top Staging Dallas Photos of 2022

It's always hard to believe when a year comes to a close. This year brought growth, change, and a lot of home staging projects! As we reflect on 2022, we wanted to share some of our favorite photos from homes staged by Staging Dallas all over the Dallas-Fort Worth area in the year of the Tiger! Thank you to all of our fabulous clients for trusting us with your listings this year, and a major thanks to the fantastic photographers we work with to capture our work so beautifully!


2612 Castle St. Irving, Texas

Why we love this photo: There wasn't an obvious focal point in this living space, so we emphasized the fireplace and TV/media area by positioning the couches and chairs in a semi-circle.

Photo by Unique Exposure Photography



1312 Frisco Hills Blvd. Little Elm, Texas

Why we love this photo: The bedroom is always a tranquil space, and the neutral tones paired with the deep blue makes this bedroom a spa-like oasis.


Photo by Unique Exposure Photography



5806 Marvin Loving Dr. Garland, Texas

Why we love this photo: Art is such an important part of home staging, especially in smaller spaces. By adding this large, colorful artwork to the wall, the space draws the eye and makes it instantly more interesting.

Photo by Unique Exposure Photography



2414 Sharon St. Dallas, Texas

Why we love this photo: This home was cottage-like, and we wanted to keep that vibe going through-out the home without making it feel too cozy. In the living area, a loveseat and chair were staged to make the room feel larger.




8014 Luna Ct. Rowlett, Texas

Why we love this photo: Sometimes there are spaces in homes that seem odd and potential homebuyers aren't sure what to do with them. Staging this small bonus space with workout equipment makes it easier to envision a life in the home.

Photo by Unique Exposure Photography



3959 Clubway Dr. Farmer's Branch, Texas

Why we love this photo: This photo shows how open-concept spaces can be divided without confusion. The absence of walls in vacant open-concept homes can distort the square footage in the viewer's mind. Adding explicit living areas makes the home appear larger and easier to digest.


Photo by Unique Exposure Photography



10517 Canoe Rd. Frisco, Texas

Why we love this photo: Much like the project above, this home had an open living room, but no distinct dining area. Here you can see how we placed a rug with living room furniture and left ample room between that space and the dining furniture to create this layout.


Photo by Unique Exposure Photography



Like what you see here? Let's work together in 2023! Contact us today to schedule a consultation and have a happy New Year!


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