It’s an honor for Joan Inglis to frequently be contacted by the media for Home Staging and Design tips and information. “I really appreciate the many reporters who contact me because they are seeking accurate information,” she said.

Joan’s award winning company Carolina Spaces LLC is recently featured in both The North Carolina Association of Realtors Insight Magazine, and The Charlotte Observer newspaper.

More than 30,000 Realtors® in North Carolina receive Insight Magazine. “We are proud to have been the NC Home Staging Professional selected to be featured from the thousands of NC individuals offering home staging services,” Joan said.

Joan received a 2-page spread “Making a House a Home” by Bridget McCrea published in Insight Magazine Spring 2014 issue featuring several photographs that highlight her Staging work.

The Charlotte Observer serves the Charlotte, NC Region which includes parts of SC. The Observer has a circulation of over 200,000 and a popular online presence. Carolina Spaces was selected to be featured in the Observer’s August 9, 2014 Real Estate Column “60-Minute Décor” by Allen Norwood. “We were chosen to provide educated, current information to the Charlotte Region readership,” said Joan.

Joan Inglis has been featured dozens of times on TV, online, and in print. She has won numerous state, regional, and local awards since forming her company Carolina Spaces in 2004. Joan reigns as the Charlotte Region’s leading expert in Home Staging, Model Home Merchandising and Interior Design. Joan provides professional presentations and speaking engagements to enhance educational programs for Realtors®, homebuilders and investors. Contact her at www.CarolinaSpaces.com 1-855-SPACES-5.

You can read the recent articles here:

“60-Minute Décor” by Allen Norwood
http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2014/08/07/5091969/60-minute-decor.html

“Making a House a Home” by Bridgett McCrea
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Carolina Spaces has been featured in the Charlotte Observer!

"Joan Inglis has seen it over and over during her two-decade home staging career: homeowners trying to sell but unable to see their houses as products.

They don’t repaint the purple-walled kids’ room. They leave the tricycle in the driveway and old towels hanging in the bathroom. They don’t step back and look at their homes through the eyes of a potential buyer..."

Read the entire article here...

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