New Project Spotlight: The Dreamy Traditional Home

This home has plenty of room for family and entertaining

What was the name of this project and why?

We called this the Dreamy Traditional Home. Not only does this style home blend classic architectural themes and clearly defined rooms, it fully embraces these classic elements in a very light and airy manner. It was built in 1988 for the Beaverton Street of Dreams.


In what neighborhood is this home located?

The home is in the Cooper Mountain neighborhood of Beaverton and is close to the Cooper Mountain Nature Park. This nearby park has 3.5 miles of hiking trails and a full 230-acres of quiet respite.


What was the demographic of the target buyer?

With 3,886 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, and 3 baths, this dreamy traditional home has plenty of room for family and entertaining. The potential buyers will love living in what feels like an escape from the city while still being close to shopping and great schools.


This dreamy traditional home is spacious and bright

Who was the client?

Our long time Realtor partner Susan Cassidy of Windemere Realty recommended our staging services to her client. Susan knows that staging increases the value of her properties and helps them sell faster. Over the years, we’ve staged many of Susan’s listings. Along with Susan’s great marketing and savvy Real Estate skills, her staged homes have sold with outstanding results.


What challenges did you overcome?

We wanted to complement the traditional style and features of this home but still keep the look fresh and inviting. A white linen sofa and chairs kept a crisp, classic look in the living room, and the warm accents mixed with tones of grey and black added a contemporary twist.

We used warm accents mixed with greys to add a contemporary twist


We used the same tones in the dining room with linen chairs and grey woods to carry the living room colors throughout the downstairs.


We used warm accents mixed with greys to add a contemporary twist

What features were you focused on showcasing?

This home has so many beautiful custom features. It’s replete with paneled hardwood wainscoting, elegant columns, a grand staircase, and built-ins in the family room. Furniture placement is always important when staging. We make our choices to keep the buyer’s focus on the architectural details and the layout of space. We placed our furnishings in such a way as to add warmth and style without competing with whatever architectural feature stood out in each room.


In the office, we staged the desk facing the front of the room to invite the buyer to view the area while keeping the focus on the hardwood wainscoting. We used colors that brought out the warm tones of the wood and also reflected the colors we used throughout the other areas of the house.


This dreamy traditional home is spacious and bright


Staging the family room to face the fireplace made for a cozy family retreat. We drew the buyer’s eye to the built-in bookshelves by using strategically placed accent pieces. Warm tones and textures made the woodwork in this room stand out.


This dreamy traditional home is spacious and bright


This home is in a highly desirable area of Beaverton, has so many classic and beautiful custom features, and is built with incredible craftsmanship. This recently went pending, and we know that it will make a wonderful retreat for its next family to enjoy.

Contact us to see what’s possible for your home stagings.

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Award Winning

Houzz Best Of Design 2018
Houzz Best Of Service 2018
Houzz Best Of Design 2017
Street of Dreams - People's Choice Award 2012
Affordable Home Show - Best of Show Award 2010, 2011, & 2012