Saturday, September 5, 2020

Mastering Home Staging Design

Home staging design is not as difficult as it sounds. The big difference between interior design and home staging is necessarily the goal of each activity. 

When a homeowner embarks on interior design, they want the house to reflect their personality and desires. But when a person engages in home staging, they avoid reflecting any aspect of their character so that the home has a broad and universal appeal. During home staging, each of your house changes should be done to improve your home's attractiveness to potential buyers. 

Home staging guidelines 

The home staging process might take a few weeks to complete, but the changes needed inside your home are not hard to accomplish. Here are some guidelines: 


1. If you have no funds for buying new cabinets, it's time to maximize the buyer appeal of your existing cabinetry. Remove all from your cabinets and clean the old installation spots. Repaint the room before putting the cabinets back. 

Clean the cabinets thoroughly. If the cabinets are from the kitchen, the wood's surface will have a thin grease film from all the cooking vapors you produce during your regular use. 

Remove the grease film with a wood-safe degreasing agent. Sand the cabinets and apply a generous layer of accent paint or varnish, whichever is best. 


2. You can make the best possible impression on potential buyers if you create a visual atmosphere that is young, fresh, and vibrant. No one wants to live in a house that looks, smells, and feels ten or fifteen years old. 

When a person is out to buy a house for their family or themselves, they want a property to start fresh. So it's imperative to remove all traces of occupancy, including worn countertops. 

You have several options when dealing with old countertops. The ideal choice is also the most expensive: have the old countertops removed so that granite can be put in. 

The second option produces satisfactory results (for the price) but isn't as expensive as the first option: Formica or laminate countertops. 

The third option is also the newest approach: non-invasive resurfacing. Ask your private contractor about these three options and pick the one that suits your needs and budget. 


3. Since you are already moving out after your home's sale, it won't hurt to buy new appliances. Pick nice appliances and put these in your home for showcasing. Just make sure that you tell the buyer that these are not part of the package and are just there for showcasing purposes only. 

Now, suppose you want to buy even better appliances, you may want to consider increasing the home's price to include their cost (plus interest) and buying better appliances for your new home. 


4. Take a look at your bathroom – does it look like a million dollars to you? If not, you may want to have the tiles, lighting, and bathroom fixtures removed and replaced. Adding a vanity space to your bathroom will also boost the overall value of your property. 



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