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Mission 2 Organize

1800 West Cornelia Avenue, Chicago, IL 60657

Business Description

Mission 2 Organize is a home staging company near Des Plaines that was established in 2001 by Bahar Partow and Schae Lewis. Since then, the company has provided services to clients locally, nationally, and internationally. Mission 2 Organize helps homeowners declutter and organize their homes, as well as design, install, and organize their closets. They also help stage homes, offering staging checklists. Furthermore, Mission 2 Organize provides light cleaning and shopping services.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Are there businesses that do antique home staging?

Yes, there are businesses that specialize in antique home staging. If you opt for antique furniture, make sure it matches your home. For example, antique furniture makes sense in a heritage home, but it may look out of place in a modern home.

Can you rent appliances for home staging?

It's rare to be able to rent appliances for home staging. Appliances come in many shapes and sizes, so a vendor would need to have an incredibly expansive inventory.

If your appliances are out-of-date, try to clean them so they shine. Otherwise, it may be worth upgrading the appliances, as old appliances can really bring down the sale price.

Can you buy home staging furniture?

Yes, you can buy home staging furniture versus renting it. Usually, sellers only do this if they think the furniture will work in their next home. Home stagers sometimes choose to buy home staging furniture, so they have an inventory for future clients.

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