Geneva Might

I graduated from Texas State with a degree in Interior Design in 2002. I went on to a design internship with Carden Cunietti in London, and then moved to Chicago to work in the textile industry. After moving back to Austin and earning my real estate license, I combined my passions for real estate and design, and launched my staging and interior design business. I would love to help you as little or as much as you need.


Kudos to Geneva Might with Upstaged Home Staging and Interiors. As an experienced Realtor I know the value of a good stager in selling a home and that staging always helps. I had a listing with a lot of good qualities but without the WOW factor that had been sitting on the market. I enlisted Geneva's help and the house now looks WOW Oh WOW due to Geneva's particular set of skills.

She made a vacant house look like a house that a lot of people would now want to live in. Geneva is an excellent communicator keeping me in the loop with what was going on with the staging and what progress was being made. I would not hesitate to use Geneva for any house that would benefit from an experienced and excellent stager who has a real passion for what she does.

Thanks, Geneva, for making the house and me look good.

Jamie Avila
Realtor, via Facebook

Geneva helped me with decorating a difficult room in our house. Our game room is very large with lots of bright colored southwest paintings on the walls. I really want an elegant look, but not overwhelming. Our floors are stained concrete (reddish), couch is grey, and then the paintings. I was not sure how to bring the colors together without it being too much. She did it! She told me all we needed was a larger area rug than we had and the right color throw pillows. I was shocked by the color of throw pillows and rug. At first, I thought really? Then when she put it all together, it finished the room off nicely. Now, on to our living. She is going to move from room to room. I am excited to see what she does with our house.

Thank you!!!

Kayla Humphreys Chalmers
via Facebook

Geneva Might