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Young J. Kim, CEO of Bella Staging based in Vancouver, British Columbia, says that virtual staging was coming into its own even before COVID-19, but the pandemic has increased his business significantly. In April, he hired four new designers to meet the growing demand.
“People had heard of virtual staging but the quarantine gave people a new reason to try virtual staging,”.
“One issue before was that the furniture didn’t look realistic. Now, we have developed techniques to make the furniture look real,” Kim said. “We incorporate shadows, reflections, Photoshop, 3-d modeling. Then we’re able to achieve amazing results.”
Lighting, reflections, shadows make a big difference in virtual staging, according to Kim.
“People like our work. It usually comes down to the small details — reflections in the window or mirror, a shadow beside a chair. We even make the furniture reflect in the window. In virtual staging, attention to detail makes all the difference.”
“Sometimes in an empty room, potential home buyers struggle to see the possibilities. And Virtual staging gives them ideas, especially in how to use rooms that have unusual configurations,” she said, recounting a particular nook in a home that she had virtually staged. In addition, “The designer made the nook into a space for the family dog. It was cute and just opened up the possibilities for prospective buyers.”