Home Staging Simple Tips
When you’re setting your house on sale, preparation and portrayal can be the keys to selling it quicker and for a better return. While curb appeal enhancements can help, interiors are always the most critical sale point. Staging a house includes updating furniture, overlay, decoration, or appliances to make a property more charming to possible clients. Home staging doesn’t have to be an expensive, time-consuming process—especially if your house is already in excellent shape.
Furniture that runs from one end of a partition to the other shrinks the room. The key is to show more wall and floor space. For instance: if you have a couch on a wall, along with a bookshelf, end tables, and parts of artwork, pare that down by centring the couch on the wall, removing bookshelves, and retaining only a couple of pieces of art and the end tables. These decorating slips make your home look untidy.
What’s one of the most satisfying elements of the room? Maybe it’s the big windows, for example. So why is there a couch barring that great source of natural daylight? We would encourage you to move that couch away from the window, putting it on a bigger wall. Then, angle a chair by the window. It draws your attention to the window and the homey, pleasant light streaming in. If you need to try your palm at accent walls, think contrast. A well thought out accent wall can combine some intensity and excitement to even the dullest room.