Old stained carpet was the first item potential buyers would notice in this Scottsdale Townhome. Our staging team chose wood grain tile planks to replace the worn carpet. The original cabinets remained but were given a coat of white paint to brighten the kitchen and bathroom, all walls and ceilings were also given a fresh coat of paint. Quartz countertops replaced the dated countertops and new stainless steel appliances were placed in the kitchen.
Painting the dated cabinets in this North Phoenix Townhome gave the existing countertops and kitchen backsplash a modern look that appeals to buyers.
The sellers of this Mesa home moved prior to listing the home for sale, thus allowing our stager to easily schedule a contractor to repaint the inside, then replace the old carpet and tile with new wood look tile planks. A few light staging accessories were added to the kitchen and bathrooms, and shortly thereafter the home was under contract.
The staircase of this home was the focal point of the entry. Painting the railings black and the banisters white gave the entrance the “wow factor” the home needed to impress buyers.
Both the kitchen and master bath of this Scottsdale home had sufficient counter space, unfortunately, daily clutter makes it difficult for buyers to appreciate the space. Once the seller removed their personal items, Sibbach Design Services had bright white quartz countertops installed to visually increase the counter space even more. Additionally, the cabinets were painted and a backsplash was added in the kitchen to modernize this home that sold the first weekend on market.
This North Scottsdale home on Legend Trail’s golf course received a full remodel designed by Sibbach Design Services. The new gourmet kitchen is complete with new quartz counters, new backsplash, modernized cabinetry, prep island, vegetable sink, wine refrigerator, RO system, and breakfast bar ready to seat five. The brand new limestone flooring throughout the home is the finishing touch.
Entire North Phoenix home was fully remodeled by Sibbach Design Services with designer touches. Kitchen and bathrooms were updated with new white shaker style cabinets, quartz countertops, and under-mount sinks. Additional kitchen updates include breakfast bar, pendant lighting, tiled backsplash, and new stainless steel appliances. New paint and wood tiles complete the home remodel that helped this home sell the first week listed.
This home in Scottsdale’s premier gated community of Silverleaf was previously on the market for a year with another agent. After a consultation with Sibbach Design Services, we painted the fireplace and the cabinets, added cabinet hardware, and changed out the lighting. Additionally, we changed some landscaping and added an outdoor BBQ. As a result, the house sold with multiple offers the first weekend listed with the Sibbach Team.
This townhome built in the 1980s still had most of its original finishes. The cabinets were refinished with soft gray paint and new quartz countertops were installed. The interior was painted a crisp linen white and wood grain tile was installed throughout, as well as new fixtures and new lighting. Even though no structural changes were made, the home now has a completely new look that helped it sell for top dollar.
This Scottsdale kitchen is another example of how a small change can make a big impact. Instead of replacing the countertops and cabinets, only the backsplash was replaced. By simply removing the slate backsplash and installing a gray subway tile, the kitchen was given a new look appealing to buyers.