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13 Staging Tips - Part 2

13 Staging Tips - Part 2

When selling a house, do you engage in a lot of staging? You can either hire a professional or do it yourself.

Effective staging can make your home appear more spacious and luxurious. It can also help conceal any flaws in the house.

Now, let's continue from the previous post:

5. Create spaces for people to gather and converse.

Buyers prefer a layout that allows people to gather and talk without having to move furniture. Therefore, instead of arranging sofas facing the TV in common areas (living room, family room, etc.), it's better to place furniture in a way that creates a conversation-friendly setup. For example, having a loveseat and two single sofas facing each other with a coffee table in the center.

This type of arrangement not only meets the needs of buyers but also makes the house appear more spacious.

6. Minimize the number of rugs.

Distracting attention on the floor is not ideal for any house. If the gaze can be focused on one space without distractions, that area will appear more spacious. While rugs can add charm or create a more subdued atmosphere, it's advisable to minimize them. Allow potential buyers to see the floor without hindrance.

7. Maintain a color theme.

When painting specific areas, try to maintain a sense of cohesion in the colors used. It's best to use colors from the same palette. If you plan to paint different parts of the house in different colors, ensure a natural transition from one space to another, following the visual flow of the house.

If a space is painted in a color that contrasts sharply with the previous one, it can disrupt the natural visual flow, making the house less visually comfortable.

Stay tuned for more staging tips in the next post!

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