10 FINISHING TOUCHES FOR HOME STAGING SUCCESS

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10 FINISHING TOUCHES FOR HOME STAGING SUCCESS.

 

Home staging is all about creating a lifestyle for potential buyers to fall in love with.  It’s about enhancing your homes best features and creating a home that they can see themselves living in.

Our 10 finishing touches are for that all important viewing to ensure you give your home the best possible chance of success.

1. Flowers

Placing fresh flowers in your key rooms, adds beautiful natural aromas, they also look good too.

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You don’t have to spend a fortune, seasonal flowers or even use flowers from your garden.

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2. Lemons and Limes

Citrus fruits always make a home feel clean and fresh.  Use lemons and limes in your kitchen either in a glass bowl or vase for a perfect touch.

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3. Setting the table

Set your dining room table, and if it’s lovely weather, your garden furniture.  You are not looking for a completed table but a couple of place settings and e.g. cake stand or salad bowl.

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4. Shelves

You want your shelves to consist of a small mixture of items such as photos, books, accessories, and maybe even a plant or two.  These images will give you a few ideas.

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5. Coffee Table

A coffee table should be simply and elegantly staged with a few simple accessories.

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If you only have a side table, place a couple of hard back books neatly in size order for an elegant look.  If possible use coffee table books.

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6. Toiletries

Hide, Hide, Hide except for any of your high end products then stage a couple accordingly.

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7. Smells

Try and keep the smells in your home natural and not use any overpowering air fresheners.  It is true that fresh coffee and baking are really attractive to a home-buyer; maybe even leave them a cake or two to sample.

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8. Cushions

Cushions can really bring a piece of furniture alive; make sure they are placed square on and not at an angle.  Again you do not have to spend a fortune there are some fantastic cushions available on our high streets.

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9. Light

Make sure all your curtains and blinds are open as you want to ensure that as much natural light as possible is streaming into your home.

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10. Kerb

Let the start of your home be the signature for what is to come.  Remember you want to give your home the best first impression to potential buyers.  Add a hanging basket or tubs with fresh flowers if your budget allows use two Bay or Olive trees at either side of your front door.

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