I'm so happy that you're here!
I highly recommend, if this is your first time to this series,
to start at Day #1: HERE.
All right. Let's re-cap, shall we?
On Day 9, we decluttered and I told you what to remove.
You'll need to know what to remove,
because now we will be working
with what you have left over
or have acquired (by begging, borrowing,
to use for enhancement purposes.
It's important that you continue to remember
that your personal design preferences are no longer relevant.
Your home is now a house
to be sold for top dollar and profit.
This is the goal of this series.
Today I will show you how to bring that feeling into your house
through the proper furniture and accessories.
Your staged home should resonate with as many people as possible.
It should immediately bring to mind certain styles, such as
Here are a myriad of props
that I recommend your having ready in your Staging Area.
Props to Keep for your Staging Area
Furniture, Art, Accessories/Decor:
While you're looking through the pictures above,
you may notice that it really doesn't take much
but a small number of accessories
to make a home feel inviting.
Any house can be made to look more spacious, even if it isn't.
A buyer is already aware of the square footage when they arrive,
but the notion of spaciousness only occurs
once they start touring the house.
If it is cluttered and messy, it will look and feel cramped.
Each room should have the minimum amount of decor items.
Cleared-off surfaces tell a buyer's eye that your home is spacious.
Tomorrow, I'm talking about Flooring.
Should it stay or should it go?
See you then!