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Advice from THE HOUSE of Vegas Home Staging To Sell Your Home Fast & Receive Higher Offers.


Curb Appeal is paramount to effective luxury home staging design

1. Curb Appeal is King!

2. Make it Spic and Span. Before you decide on which home staging furniture rental service to go with, it's time to mop, dust, vacuum, wash windows, baseboards, and anywhere you might think someone may peak a look at or swipe with a finger to check for dust. 3. Evaluate Color and Light in the House. You may love bright lime green in the living room, but too-bright colors turn potential buyers off every time. Calm the strong, bright colors for the widest appeal. A neutral wall color pallet appears roomier and has less chance of offending someone. Also, you may want to take down old blinds and draperies to ensure there's sufficient natural light throughout the home. Lighting is very important as a mood setting element. 4. Change the Furniture. Think about removing worn furnishings and take out any extra pieces that are not necessary. Maybe now is good time to get rid of that huge lazy-boy-looking sectional with reclining chairs. Breaking up your sets can transform old and boring, to eclectic in a flash. Consider consulting with THE HOUSE of Vegas for rental furniture design direction and advice on tasteful home staging design that will create an inviting environment with broad appeal to the widest range of buyers.

5. Take Down Family Photos to Depersonalize Your Home.

Few things bug potential buyers more than touring a cluttered home for sale. They need to see your space, not your stuff. Remove all the personal items like family pictures, collections, personal awards, electronics and collectibles. Your goal here is to allow potential buyers touring your home for sale to imagine themselves, and their stuff, in your space. 6. Take Care of Those Repairs You’ve Been Putting Off. The majority of buyers today don’t want to buy a long list of repairs. Make your home a high-maintenance free zone. Go over your entire home with a critical eye. This will save time and money once you have an offer in hand and the buyer schedules a home inspector to look over the condition of the home. It’s always better to handle it in advance, instead of waiting for it to be discovered by the buyer's home inspectors. 7. Invest in Hanging Some New Artwork. An effective interior redesign effort is always enhanced by beautiful artwork. Photography is great way to add a contemporary look and feel to your spaces, also refreshing and calm colors on a canvas piece of art can work wonders in a room. 8. Freshen Up The Floors. Get rid of old and stained carpets, and possibly refinish those beautiful original wood floors if you’ve got them. An new area rug is a great way to help disguise the look of old worn wood or tile floors. THE HOUSE of Vegas Home Staging always focuses on choosing prints, colors, and textures while making a home staging design plan that will appeal to the potential buyers likes instead of the current home owners taste and likes. 9. Lay Down a Fresh Coat Of Paint On The Walls. Fresh paint on the walls is the best value for your budget to quickly refresh a dull, dated room. Spread a fresh, neutral color on the space. Choose neutral green or blue for bathrooms, a beige, light grey or taupe for living spaces. Please consult with THE HOUSE of Vegas before choosing a new color palette, after all, interior redesign is our specialty. 10. New Light Fixtures Throughout The House. Renew the look of the room by replacing dated light fixtures, door hardware, light switches and outlets. If it's older than you, it’s got to go.

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