Home Staging Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

Staging your home before mandating an estate agent is essential in getting your home selling faster for more.  Staging your home is the act of finding ways to show off your home’s finest qualities and downplaying the less perfect ones.

You need to dress up your home in its Sunday best!  The following staging tips are worth considering if you are thinking of a stress-free home selling experience.

Here are some Home Staging Tips Every Homeowner Should Know

You need to create the illusion of space by rearranging your furniture.  Try with various combinations and event consider removing and storing pieces that make your home feel crowded.

Arrange all the furniture in the living areas into different intimate groupings. These groupings will be ideal entertaining and conversational settings.

You must even consider renting additional furniture, especially when the furniture pieces that you have don’t match, and badly worn, or are in any state of disrepair.

You can add decorative pillows and slipcovers in warm neutral tones to hide flaws and make furniture pieces blend.

You must eliminate clutter.  Store or get rid of appliances, gadgets, newspapers, mail or anything that takes up space or distracts attention.


             Eliminate and remove Clutter

De-personalize your home so buyers can imagine living in it.  Put away pictures, awards, trophies, collectables, and other personal keepsakes.

Paint walls in inviting neutral colours to cover flaws and freshen rooms.

Add small luxurious touches to bathrooms and bedrooms.  Think plush towels, fresh flowers, high-end bed linens, and pretty bath soaps.

Eliminate unpleasant odours and smells that can kill a sale.  Fragrant candles, plug-ins, and home sprays can help, but nothing smells better than clean. Professional cleaners will make sure to deodorise your home as well. Make sure the origin of the smell is taken care of!

Plants are great for creating an aura of softness and warmth to any room.  Large or small plants are a favourite of professional stagers.