Home stagers know how to present a property to accent its best features and minimize the ones which aren’t quite so positive. Why would you want to wait until you are about to move before you getting your home looking its best?
While you wouldn’t do things like completely depersonalizing your space by getting rid of all of your family photos like the pros do, getting rid of clutter is a great place to start when you want to feel better about the environment you live in.
Since the first thing visitors see when they approach your home is the front door, make sure that it is inviting. Adding a fresh coat of paint is a wonderful way to spruce up this space and give it a lift. You can also add some plants and flowers to set it off nicely.
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Your kitchen should be neat and functional. If doing a complete renovation is not in your budget, you can make some smaller design changes which will give it an updated look.
Consider replacing the handles on your kitchen cabinets and the drawer pulls. If you have wood cabinets which are in good condition, paint or stain them to get an updated look. Replacing the faucet is a relatively inexpensive way to give your kitchen a facelift without doing a major renovation project.
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Next, give your bathroom a thorough scrubbing. Update the room with a new shower curtain and towels, and some fresh flowers to give it a spa feel. If you follow these tips, you can give your home a makeover without having to wait for the For Sale sign to go on the front lawn first.
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