A house full of 70's furniture is in serious need of an update if it wants to sell fast and for maximum money. Maverick stager Matthew is certain he has the perfect solution - even if it does mean smashing a window. However, will he have the guts to break ranks with a senior stager to achieve his plan?
Stager Matthew Finlason has only five days and a limited budget of $10,000 to stage his most ambitious project yet - a massive 8,000 square-foot mansion in a very upscale neighborhood. The owner, a British house-flipping maverick, has royal expectations and penchant for second-guessing other people's work. As if that isn't enough pressure, Matthew finds out another hotshot stager has already started the job. Will the two stagers pull it together or will competition get in the way?
A dated, three-level duplex in an affluent beach-side neighborhood needs a major transformation to sell. High-drama stager Matthew Finlason has only four days to transform the space into a sleek, contemporary space worthy of the 1.4 million dollar price tag. The job becomes more difficult than most because the homeowners are still living in the space. It is a stager obstacle course with Matthew having to work around the owners and their clutter to work his magic.
Outspoken stager Matthew Finlason has only four days to turn to sterile 800 square-foot condo - that is still under construction - into a warm living space. Without the help of his usual assistant, Matthew sees no option but to wrangle his out-of-town friend Sarah to help him. Matthew knows it is crucial that he find the right furniture to open up the small, awkward rooms and hide the bad bridge view. Will the right art, accessories and furniture enough warmth to cook up an offer?
Mother-and-daughter design duo Maureen and Bridget have only four day to stage a tight three-bedroom ranch in West Vancouver. The owners, newlyweds Alexis and Michael, are desperate to sell to alleviate the stress of carrying two mortgages. To make matters worse, the couple used their own dated furniture to stage the home - a big no-no. Can the designers stop bickering long enough to turn this 50's style bungalow into a stylish, sleek home?
Mother-and-daughter staging team Maureen and Bridget have four days to transform a dated two-bedroom apartment in Vancouver's West End. The owners are two women in their early 60s who inherited the apartment from their mother. The pair is desperate to sell. Can the team get potential buyers to overlook the worn interior and focus instead on the spectacular view and open space?
Stagers Matthew and Tracey are teaming up to co-stage a three-story heritage home from a bachelor pad to a cozy family home in just five days. A flip job, the owners are two 30-something business partners - one is a commercial real estate agent while the other is a contractor. The pair is eager to set a new record price in the neighborhood, hoping to sell for more than $1.25 million. But with two different visions, Matt and Tracey must work to overcome their differences and stop arguing if they are going to finish the job on time.
Matthew takes his dream assignment to stage a hip, 1000-square-foot loft in an up-and-coming downtown neighborhood. With just five days, can Matthew find ways to present versatile living options in this big, undefined space? With the owner absent, the real estate agent/former antique dealer Robert steps in and goes beyond the call of duty to help get this space ready for a sale.
Design team Bridget and Maureen must stage a small 1920's-era house that is located in a desirable neighborhood, but that has an awkward lay out. The owners - who are divorcing - are eager to sell and move on - literally - with their lives. A Feng Shui master, Maureen can harness her skills to create a sense of flow in the home. However, with tensions high and limited time, the team must work extra hard to focus on all the positives.
Mother-and-daughter design team Maureen and Bridget must remove the 'granny factor' from a 1940's-era mansion in only five days. After moving their mother into a private care facility, the brother and sister clients are eager to sell their mother's home to combat the mounting cost of her care. In order to capitalize on spring real estate fever, the designers must work around ugly carpets, dated wood paneling and a 70's style kitchen to restore the home's elegance while adding a touch of contemporary flare.
For the first time, stagers Bridget and Matthew must work together to stage an empty 3200 square foot house into an attractive family home. The owners - two siblings and their spouses - spent almost one million in renovations. To turn a profit, the home must sell for almost three million. Both self-professed control freaks, can Matthew/Bridget find enough furniture to fill the home before self-destructing?
Matthew must stage an opulent, two-story penthouse suite that belongs to a wealthy entrepreneur. With an asking price of $4 million, it has the makings of a dream home, but the animal skin rugs and tacky art are throwing buyers off. To add to the tension, Matthew is eager to impress the high-powered owner and the real estate agent so they will recommend him for future projects.
High-drama stager Matthew must overcome a peach paint pallet and cheap decor to turn a small suburban house into a sleek space. However, with a very tight budget, Matthew must convince the owner, a 30-year-old partying bachelor, to repaint. If not, he has limited options.