Singer, song writer, and house-flipper, Selena Gomez recently listed her Studio City, California home for sale. According to Variety, Gomez’s 3,188 square foot house – which was built in 1951 – sits behind tall, privacy hedges. Gomez’s home includes three bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a detached guest house, and amazing pool. The Los Angeles area home is currently listed for sale at $2.79 million. Although Selena Gomez’s house for sale has an overall neutral palette which is recommended when staging a home, there are some areas that may pose problems and turn off potential buyers. With the use of a carefully curated mood-board, we will show you what changes can be made to improve the chances of a quick sell.
The Staging Project:
Selena Gomez’ Studio City Property
East Coast done West Coast style
Studio City, CA
The Current Look:
Neutral palette with custom art, young and colorful
The Home Staging Game Plan:
The home already has a neutral based palette, however green velvet sofas, neon signs, and custom art may not be everyone’s cup of tea. The key to staging a home for sale is to keep the décor from overshadowing the space and its functionality. As a result, when it came to reimagining Selena Gomez’s house with home staging we chose to go with a cream colored sofa, a neutral rug and pillows because the home already has a lot of texture such as brick, wide plank hardwood floors, and marble.
The new color palette adheres to the natural tones found in those architectural features: browns, whites, and blues. Additionally, when staging a home, it’s smart to avoid using pieces that skew too much towards one demographic. That it why, for example, we swapped out the younger-feeling art pieces and neon signs, replacing them with art appeals across a broader spectrum of potential buyers.