Midcentury homes were designed for a casual lifestyle, desirable to many of today’s homebuyers. The good bones of the original floor plan were retained, but significant improvements were required to restore the original appeal. It was important to see beyond what had been done to the house over the decades. The staging budget focus included floor and wall refinishing, re-landscaping, lighting and hardware, as well as furnishings appropriate to the period and styling of the home. End results showed the clean, modern style of the home to its best advantage, resulting in full realization of its value when sold.