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At Organized Homes & Staging by Kristin, LLC, our mission is to offer exceptional service and skill in the areas of home staging, redesign and organizing. Continued learning will always be an integral aspect of Organized Homes & Staging by Kristin, LLC to provide only best-in-class, expert solutions. Maintaining the highest levels of consideration, honesty, integrity and professionalism will remain at our core.

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2016 RESA Conference

In January I attended the Real Estate Staging Association (RESA) Conference for the third year in a row. The conference was held in Las Vegas at the TI Casino (the old Treasure Island) and it was fantastic in so many ways!

The speakers were phenomenal – interesting, hilarious, motivational and shared information relevant to owners of home staging businesses.

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What is Occupied Home Staging?

For almost six years, I have been working with sellers to guide and help them in getting their house ready to sell. On occasion, I still meet a seller who is unfamiliar with what home staging is exactly.  In a nutshell, home staging is preparing a house (both the interior and exterior) to sell; its visual marketing of a house – and, it is much more than just decorating and making it look pretty.  The goal in staging a house to sell is to showcase it so that it appeals to a majority of buyers, which often times will result in a quicker sale for more money.

During the initial home staging consultation with a seller, the house is assessed as to what steps should be taken in order to get it ready to show its best on the market. These steps include deep cleaning, de-cluttering, addressing all repair work, neutralizing the house and possibly updating in key areas.

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Festival of Trees

This year I was honored to be one of 10 designers for the Auburn Homes Festival of Trees fundraiser. A lot of money was raised for the Life Enhancement Fund, including funds for a new mini coach to transport the residents of both the Waconia and Chaska Auburn Homes locations to various area activities and outings.

Gala night

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In late September, my sister and I attended the fall 2015 Minneapolis Junk Bonanza. I have attended twice in the past, but it had been a few years- the show has grown by leaps and bounds in those few years! JB 2015 - collage

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I was very excited and honored to receive an email in early September from the Waconia Award Program letting me know that I had been selected as the Best of Waconia winner for 2015 in the category of Home Staging. I am fortunate to grow a rewarding business in the community I live, doing something that I am excited and passionate about. I love the town of Waconia, the people who live here and the clients and business partners I am fortunate to work with.

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Organized Homes & Staging by Kristin, LLC Receives 2015 Best of Waconia Award

Waconia Award Program Honors the Achievement

WACONIA September 2, 2015 — Organized Homes & Staging by Kristin, LLC has been selected for the 2015 Best of Waconia Award in the Home Staging category by the Waconia Award Program. Read the rest of this entry »

Best of Houzz 2015

Kristin Campbell of Waconia, MN Receives Best Of Houzz 2015 Award

Over 25 Million Monthly Unique Users Rated Top-Rated Home Building, Remodeling and Design Professionals in the United States and Around the World

 Sept.2013Waconia, MN, March 10, 2015Organized Homes & Staging by Kristin, LLC of Waconia, MN has been awarded “Best Of Houzz” for Customer Satisfaction by Houzz, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. The home staging, design and organizing business was chosen by the more than 25 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than 500,000 active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals. Read the rest of this entry »

Farewell to Fall…


The Twin Cities metro area in Minnesota is experiencing the first snowfall of the year today. I am not ready for winter this year, and have been reflecting on the beautiful fall season we were fortunate enough to have.  It truly was magical – the trees kept their leaves longer, the colors were rich and intense, the days were warm and the evenings cool.  It is one reason why Minnesota is such a great place to live.  Now, the winters, for me…not so much!

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Is Your House Your Home?

The title of this blog may sound silly to some.  Of course your house is your home, right?  When I think of a house, I think of a structure; a building with four walls and multiple rooms.  When I think of a home, it is more than that.  It is your personal sanctuary; the place where you live and probably spend a good deal of time.  In my opinion, your home should be a haven where you can completely relax and decompress from this hectic thing called life we are all living.

If your home is not comfortable to you, I have a hard time believing a person can easily find a sense of peace and restfulness.  Any dwelling can become a home.  I personally feel that a house becomes a home based on what you surround yourself with.

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I sometimes get asked the question “How much time should I plan for to prepare my house for selling?”  My answer is always “As much time as you can”.  The moment you know that your house is going to be put on the market for sale, you need to start the process of marketing it to sell.

I cannot tell you how many phone calls and emails I have gotten where the homeowner wants to list the house “next week”.  I just silently cringe to myself, because I know that 99.9% of the time, that is simply not enough time to do all that should be done.

It’s incredible how easily we all accumulate “stuff”.  Especially if you have lived in your house for a while, chances are you have a lot of “stuff”.  This “stuff” is shoved in closets, utility rooms, cabinets, storage rooms, piled up in the garage and so on.  I get it, I really do – I am the queen of “stuff”.


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It All Started with Gray and Mauve

For as long as I can remember, I have loved to decorate.  When I was really young, I had a pretty pink canopy bed that I loved.  Then, my family moved to a new house.  This house was brand new and bigger than old house.  My first bedroom here was completely color-coordinated in blue and white plaid.  I had twin beds with blue and white plaid bed covers, the bed frames and nightstand were painted white with blue detail, and of course the curtains matched the bedcovers.

Then, one day, my sister, who is nine years older, moved out.  She had the huge bedroom in the basement – one with an enormous walk-in closet and her very own full-size bathroom complete with sauna!  I was a wee bit excited knowing that this was now going to be my very own little haven in our home.  The problem was, and it was a big problem to me; it had yellow carpeting and curtains in a green, yellow and white leaf pattern.  Not so much my taste, even at the young age of 12 or 13.

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