Posted in Erb Garden Videos, tagged garden design video, garden staging, jeffrey erb garden design, jeffrey erb nyc landscape design, nyc garden design video, nyc garden staging, nyc patio staging, nyc real estate roof garden, nyc roof garden, outdoor staging, patio staging, preparing a property for sale, real estate garden nyc, rooftop garden, staging an outdoor space, upper west side roof garden, urban garden design video on August 28, 2012 |
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Attention all real estate agents, homeowners and investors looking to sell a property with outdoor space… check out this video as we transform a rooftop garden in preparation to list the property for sale.
Outdoor spaces often get the short end of the stick when it comes to staging and it’s a missed opportunity to maximize the appeal of the property. Jeffrey talks about staging this rooftop garden on Manhattan’s Upper West Side and gives pointers on design items to consider to successfully show off a garden or patio.
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Posted in Urban Garden Design, tagged Heuchera, instant garden, instant garden planting, instant penthouse garden, instant terrace planting, nemesia, nyc apartment staging, nyc garden staging, nyc roof garden staging, nyc staging, nyc terrace staging, penthouse staging, real estate staging, real estate terrace, spring staging, staging an outdoor space, staging for sale, Staging garden, staging outdoor space, upper west side garden, upper west side penthouse garden, yucca on April 22, 2012 |
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NYC Terrace Newly Planted in Preparation for Listing
Staging your outdoor space can be one of the best ways to set your property apart when listing it for sale. In my experience, exterior spaces often get the short end of the stick when it comes to staging, and it’s a missed opportunity. Especially in cities and urban environments, buyers want the exterior of their home to look and feel just as fabulous as the interior.
Alyssum, Yucca, Heuchera and Nemesia Add a Splash of Color Outside the Main Living Room Windows
We recently staged a penthouse terrace where we maximized the appeal and visual interest of the space. Of course, if you already have existing elements, it is best to incorporate them into the final design whenever possible. We added to existing furniture and brought in coordinating pieces, planters and accessories to warm up the space.
Existing Furniture Was Rearranged to Maximize the Layout of the Garden
We focused on plantings that had the most impact and color for this time of the season. Many deciduous plants are still pushing leaves and we used a combination of evergreens and deciduous shrubs to get the best results. The view from inside the apartment was also key. When a buyer enters the apartment and looks out the window, I want them to see color, depth and a space that they can incorporate into their lifestyle.
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