The Staging Studio is owned and run by Melissa & Nancy. Melissa, a professional photographer and Nancy, former owner of "This Lady Can Paint" interior painting company teamed up to use their color sense and composition to create homes that fly off the market. The majority of our homes quickly go under contract, with many under contract the first day they are shown after we stage.
When we stage a home, we are focused on decluttering and organizing, creating focal points by staging a "story" using chocolate leather furniture, earth-tone accessories and bringing the outdoors in. No matter what price range, buyers fall in love with the home and appreciate upscale elegance.
We love natural colors - bamboo, woven place mats, chocolate, olive and sage paint colors. We also use bright pops of color to draw the eye where we want them to look.
We are a small business who prides ourselves on excellent customer service and professionalism.
Our current website is http://www.TheStagingStudio.com, but this does not reflect the direction we want to head towards in terms of font, colors or style. We want our logo to reflect the upscale, clean-cut lines similar to the houses that we stage.
To see an example of a house that we've staged, please go to mainelistings.com and type in mls #977238.
We have two target audiences. Primarily we are targeting realtors who work in a very professional atmosphere and are looking to work with other professionals. Secondly we work hands-on with home sellers and want them to feel comfortable working with us. Lastly, we do have clients that are looking to have their home "staged" for events or everyday living.
We want our logo to be professional and friendly, not sterile.
We are not looking for clip-art type pictures in the logo, or even pictures of houses.
Feel free to be creative. Our logo is just the beginning of where we are heading to next with the next stage of our business.
For color palette, think outdoors with a pop of color. Not too crazy though! With our houses we like to keep things simple, use a muted color palette and have furniture with clean lines.