As another year comes to a close we want to thank everyone that have given us a chance to work with them. We have been honored to work with so many great realtors and owners with unique and interesting houses, apartments and condos. That makes our job more interesting and engaging as staging projects and ultimately garners top dollars for our sellers.
As we write this newsletter we are also expanding into a second warehouse that will allow us to stage upwards of 60 homes at the same time throughout the Bay Area. We are excited for this next phase in Sayde Mark Designs. We will offer more creativity, furniture and accessory options for homes depending on location, size and layout. We use this newsletter to highlight our unique look and look forward to showing you more of our creativity in upcoming newsletters.
Special Winter Offer - Ninety days of staging included from now till the end of January on all new installations. Contact us directly to find out more information!
This month we highlight 3 currently staged San Francisco properties:
3479 Sacramento St (San Francisco)
Rhanda and Laila Salma of Salma and Company have listed this Presidio Heights gem. Located at 3479 Sacramento St, this home with over 1,400 sq ft of space, upgraded kitchen, 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath layout including full living, dining, garage, deck and shared backyard.
462 Laurel Ave (San Anselmo)
Listed through Rick Keefer and Compass Realty, 462 Laurel Ave in San Anselmo is a beauty of a family home with over 1,500 sq feet of space, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath, with spectacular panoramic views of the valley below. We loved staging this home to highlight all of its features through a modern and elegant look.
200 Randall Street (San Francisco)
This 2 bed/1.5 bath condo with over 1,000 sq ft of space is listed through Sean Weinstock and Vanguard Properties. 200 Randall Street offers its new homeowner great views and outside area while also being in a desirable location with access to great shops, restaurants, close to the highway and public transportation in multiple neighborhoods of Bernal Heights, Glenn Park and Noe Valley.
Sage Sayde Says…
Living in beautiful San Francisco, where are other places that you find inspiration for interior design? Where can I find unique accents to help with my interior?
Sage Sayde says:
The magical sights, sounds and smells of San Miguel de Allende fill my senses and inspire my design. Located at over 6000 ft elevation in the mountains north of Mexico City, the amazing people and colorful art fill me with joy on every visit. There is an active art and design scene there that thrives through many small boutique shops and art galleries. I can easily spend days walking through town. Check out Fabrica La Aurora, a massive art complex with tons of beautiful and unique art pieces, pictures, paintings and sculptures!
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