Welcome to Stagehands!

Home Staging is not simply decorating a home, but designing in a strategic manner with a purpose . . . to prepare a home to sell and sell quickly! Home Staging is the latest trend in real estate and has been proven to sell homes in far less time and for more money.


Today, your home needs a competitive edge in the Knoxville, TN (and surrounding areas) real estate market and a way to differentiate your home from the others. Statistically, homes that have been professionally staged sell 50% faster and for 6-10% more. Amazingly, only 10% of buyers have the ability to visualize the potential in a home. That means 90% of potential buyers walk out the door disinterested because they do not have a vision! That’s why homeowners and real estate agents use the experienced staging experts at Stagehands.


Stagehands can transform your home to capture the buyer’s attention. We offer a wide array of interior staging and re-design services to help you lock in profits when you sell. You only have one chance to make a great first impression!


Our goal is to make your staging experience quick, simple, affordable, and profitable!

amykricket_hm2Stagehands is owned and operated by Kricket Long and Amy Atchley. We are a mother/daughter team with many years of experience decorating, designing, and transforming homes all over the Knoxville area.

We are professionally HSR trained and certified, as well as members of American Society of Home Stagers and Redesigners.

Our eye for detail and passion for design will highlight your home’s greatest attributes. Our background includes owning and operating an Interior Décor retail business, owning and operating a painting/faux painting company, and decorating and catering for weddings, parties, and graduations.

Information & Tips

Come on In!  First Impressions nothing makes more of a statement about a home than the front door.

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