5 WAYS TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR VETERANS

5 WAYS TO SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR VETERANS

You know me as a realtor and a stager. Did you know I am also a veteran? I actually served in the US Coast Guard for eleven years. Lieutenant Cunningham at your service. I have always searched for a way to be a force for good and for awhile that translated to working...

The use of art

The use of art

Art is the most popular and easy way to use up too much wall space in an area. And with this comes the popular and easy way of hanging the art. Most art is hung in a high line encircling a room. But with this comes downsides when staging. Pictures in expected,...

Slight Stage

Because I have the advantage of being a real estate broker and Stager, I have the ability to work with the furnishings my sellers already have.  Especially sellers that have great style and just need a bump here and there. I currently have a listing owned, designed,...

Mirror mirror on the wall

Mirror mirror on the wall

Whether it is an awkwardly sized space, or an area where natural light is quick to die, mirrors add space and light to an area. Today, mirrors without the purpose of seeing your reflection (i.e. purposefully rustic mirrors) are great way to use wall space but not have...

Lucky number 3

Lucky number 3

In the rules of design, to allow for eye-pleasing accessorizing, odd numbers are the most visually attractive. Rather than lining things up in a row, order then in the shape of a triangle and place an item at each point taking account of the scale as well. Grouping...

Look out your window

Look out your window

The touch of flowers or greenery can add so much to a staged area. Sure, it’s nice to have professionally arranged bouquets in the main rooms of the house, but save time and a whole lot of money by utilizing your backyard. All you need is scissors. Follow the themes...

About Cassee Cunningham

Cassee Cunningham
My name is Cassee Cunningham pronounced (Cassie). I am the owner of Stella Home. My process of staging is getting to know the space, light, architectural era + updates and the personality of the community the house is located in. Once I feel I know the house, I then start to create a highly customized design palette.