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Create A Welcoming Entrance
The first impression is everything! Enhance your curb appeal by updating your front door, add fresh potted plants, add mulch, and keep the area clean and inviting.
Declutter and Depersonalize
It is important for a potential buyer to visualize themselves living in the home. Remove any personal items, excess furniture, and knick-knacks to make the home feel more spacious and ready for a new family.
Neutralize Color and Style
In order to appeal to a wider audience, consider painting walls in neutral colors. Remove bold or outdated decor and replace them with more timeless and universally appealing pieces.
Maximize Natural Light
Natural light can really make a home feel bright and welcoming. Remove heavy drapery or blinds, trim bushes on trees that obstruct sunlight, and use light colored window treatments to let in more neutral light.
Furniture placement can really maximize the flow and functionality of each room. Create conversational groupings, remove unnecessary pieces, and ensure that furniture is appropriately sized for the space.
Accessorize with Style
Add a couple of tasteful accessories such as artwork, mirrors, and throw pillows to enhance the room without overwhelming it. Balance and cohesion is the key.
Highlight Unique Selling Points
Whether it’s a cozy fireplace, a stunning view, or architectural details, drawing attention to these selling points during the staging process can really help the sale of the home!