"Beech Lawn" in Tarrytown, an architectural marvel originally designed by the renowned Eugene J. Lang, presented an exhilarating staging opportunity for us. This 1917 colonial estate, recently renovated to blend historic charm with modern luxury, offered a unique canvas to demonstrate our staging artistry.
Staging the Scene:
In staging "Beech Lawn," we concentrated on enhancing its historic character while highlighting its modern renovations. The living room, with its textured walls and blue-accented fireplace, and the spacious dining room with rustic blue walls, were key areas we focused on to elevate their unique charm and luxury.
Our staging aimed to amplify the property's blend of traditional architecture and contemporary design. We used a combination of classic and modern furnishings, accentuated by the home's original color scheme of blues, whites, and gold. This approach allowed potential buyers to experience the unique lifestyle that "Beech Lawn" offers.
Following our staging, "Beech Lawn" garnered significant attention, highlighting the effectiveness of thoughtful staging in historic properties. The staging successfully showcased the home’s luxurious features and its adherence to its historical roots, appealing to a discerning buyer demographic.
Staging "Beech Lawn" was an exercise in celebrating historical architecture while embracing modern living. Our approach ensured that each visitor could appreciate the home's rich history and its contemporary transformation. In the dynamic world of real estate, it’s projects like "Beech Lawn" that underscore the vital role of strategic home staging.