How to Set a Thanksgiving Table Martha Would Be Proud Of (FREE Shopping List!)

Anyone who's ever hosted a Thanksgiving meal knows that there's a delicate balance between creating a beautifully decorated table and making sure you don't burn the house down trying to figure out how to cook a turkey and 8 side dishes at the same time. This year we want to help take a little of that stress off your plate -- because Three Bears Home Staging is all about helping your home look "just right!" What if I told you I can give you the tools to recreate a Pinterest-perfect Thanksgiving table without spending a fortune? You'd be pretty excited, right???

How to Create Vignettes and Tablescapes for Home Staging

Vignettes, or "tablescapes," are a powerful tool in home staging. They help set a vibe and sell a lifestyle. These decorative groupings of art or accessories act as a focal point or make a decorative statement. They're especially useful in staging a home for sale because they can draw a buyer’s attention toward a positive attribute or help distract from less appealing features.

DIY Simmer Scents for Summer: Make Your House Smell Great!

Simmering potpourri recipes are an easy and inexpensive way to make your house smell seasonally fresh using common household ingredients and WITHOUT the use of harmful chemicals! Because these natural fragrance recipes are light and clean, they're especially useful for anyone planning to put their home on the market soon...

How to Stage an Entryway

The entryway (or foyer or entrance hall, depending on what part of the country you're from) is literally the first impression buyers will have of the interior of your home -- making this space appealing is the first step in helping buyers establish a particular feeling about your house. As with all first impressions, buyers will form an opinion about your house within a matter of seconds -- either positive or negative -- that they will try to further support as they view the rest of your home. If that first impression is a good one, they tend to look for attributes throughout the home tour that will support those initial feelings. So what's the best way to stage the entryway when selling your home?