Abby Roselli, Staten Island Home Stager (ALR Home Staging and Showcasing, LLC) Home Stager



Abby Roselli
Staten Island Home Stager
location_on Staten Island, NY — ALR Home Staging and Showcasing, LLC
Get to Know Abby Roselli

ALR Home Staging has moved! We've relocated back to NYC after being in Atlanta for 3 years.  While we get reaccustomed to the housing market of the North East, we are confident that our experience in providing satisfactory home staging services to the Atlanta home selling market will ensure our services assist the Staten Island homeseller to properly market their home for their targeted real estate market.

Abby Reilly is a native Staten Islander from the South Shore.  Abby attended the Fashion Institute of Technology (SUNY) in the Fashion Buying and Merchandising Associates program and later attended the College of Staten Island (CUNY) earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Studio Art.  Upon living in the northern Metro Atlanta area, Abby earned home staging certification from Home Staging Resource and launched ALR Home Staging and Showcasing LLC, serving the Atlanta area.  Abby was an active member with ASHSR, becoming the founding Chapter President for the Metro Atlanta chapter, currently one of the most active ASHSR chapters in the nation.  Abby also held an executive committee position with RESA for 7 months as National VP of Membership.

Professionally, Abby's background is a seasoned Retail Manager and Visual Merchandiser.  She uses her merchandising skills to properly prepare each and every home that she's hired to stage.



Please contact for consultation or referral.  While I'm no longer available for vacant stagings or large occupied staging jobs, I will be more than happy to conduct a custom consultation report, or will assist you with connecting with another stager that is better suited to your needs.



Previously operated a home staging business in Metro Atlanta. Currently living in NYC and not actively staging homes but would welcome the opportunity to get my feet wet in the field again.