Remember this house that I consulted on?
The not so good news is, according to the realtor, the husband is concerned about me making nail holes in his freshly painted walls. (I also did a color consultation to try and take some of the vanilla out of this house. Yes, a house can be too neutral for selling.)
This is a 5,000 square foot house. I probably have 25 pieces of artwork to display throughout the house.
I have tried the Command Strips and not had much luck. It's pretty scary when you hear a piece crash to the floor. There is also the problem of the art angled out from the wall because the hook is so massive.
In ten years, this is a first! I've never even had a seller ask me to patch my nail holes when I destage and remove pictures.
I wish I could say, "Mr. Client, in the words of Mick Jagger: ' You can't always get what you want...but you just might find you get what you need. Trust me. The staging will be worth it!''
That's my story, folks. Any ideas on how to handle this snafu?