The first thing to note when selling a home is that proper staging gives you a competitive advantage in the market. Adjust lighting, repairs, home security, and painting to appeal to more customers.
If you want a great home offer, we suggest a more distinctive approach to the interior décor. Here are a few tips to make your home more appealing to buyers.
Most people have different styles, and neutral colors with a hint of color blocking may appeal to many rather than going all bold. Paint walls with a neutral and cooler color to avoid over-personalization and create an illusion of a larger space.
Similarly, use neutral furniture and linen such as light earth tones, gray, and white to illuminate more space in the room.
Light, natural or otherwise, is a top-selling point for most buyers. Use proper lighting to create different moods and ambiance and change the feel of the home. Consider modern light fixtures that blend in with other rooms to make them more vibrant and contemporary.
A statement light fixture becomes a focal point in selling your house. Mix task, general, and recess lighting to appeal to a broader audience. For instance, place a large pendant chandelier over the kitchen island to illuminate light and make a décor statement.
Make a statement with the furniture—bring in accent chairs/tables, antique designs, and the large couches in the house. Create an illusion of luxury with quality over quantity pieces.
Go all out on the wall art pieces, let them command the attention, but don’t overdo them. If going for one piece, go big to elicit mystery and class. On the other hand, an art gallery will evoke emotions and appeal to family-oriented buyers.
Clutter makes a room feel smaller and dirty, therefore a bad selling point. You want to create a visually appealing atmosphere that attracts buyers to move into that house immediately.
Instead of many small items, use one large piece of furniture or decoration that fits the room to create a space illusion. Additionally, ensure everything in the space is clean and smells nice.
Half empty your cabinets and closet; you’ll appear to have more space. When selling a house, the lesser the items, the more buyer-friendly it looks.
When staging a home for sale, quality and texture matter. Layer different textiles, fabrics, textured furniture, and decorations to produce a rich and in-depth scheme. For example, introduce quality rugs, throw pillows, window treatments, plants, and fresh flowers to create different feels.
However, ensure the different textures blend; otherwise, you’ll be in for a surprise. For instance, matte and glossy textures pair well when one is a minor element than the other.
Making your home attract more buyers is simply adding elements that visually appeal to different categories of people. Mix and match with a particular theme in mind. Hopefully, these tips above will help you get more customers for your home.