Can I add light and shadows?
Light and shadows can be added which we recommend, and suggest these be requested upfront.
Can I change my wall color or light fixtures?
We can change the wall colors or add designer sourced light fixtures for you. If light fixtures need to be replaced or walls moved, or textures changed, there will be extra charges.
Can I create a 360-degree virtual tour?
Yes! From only a floor plan, we can render a 3D virtual tour for you. There will be added rendering fees for doing so, which our designers can provide on a custom basis.
Can I create different angles of the same room?
Absolutely, for a small added fee, we can provide you with an additional angle of the same room.
Can I do exterior renovations?
Exterior renovations can be done for additional fees, as they require digital design rendering.
Can I virtually stage the outdoor patio or deck?
You can have the outdoor patio or deck staged.
How long does it take?
It can take anywhere from 2-5 days from receiving the photos depending on revisions and quality of photos.
How many revisions do I get?
Because our designers handle most of the guesswork, we believe that you will only need one set of revisions and the rest will be handled by your talented design team.
If I want to physically stage after the virtual staging, will it look the same?
Because you are having studio D both virtually stage, and physically stage your property, there will be a seamless transition going from the virtual to the physical staging. The rooms will emulate the same design aesthetic + the product will be very similar though not always an exact match.
What is the difference between virtual staging and design rendering?
Virtual staging refers to an image of a room with no furnishings which we design + furnish virtually. Design rendering refers to any room with existing furnishings or other elements requiring visual removal and or replacement or other visual editing requiring the physical space to warrant recreation.
What rooms make the most sense to virtually stage?
We recommend to virtually stage your main rooms, such as the Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen (if eat in), Family Room, and Master bedroom if you don’t have the budget for the entire house (which is always best).