5 Home Staging Mistakes To Avoid
When preparing your home for sale, it’s important to make sure your space looks as clean and stylish as possible. Here are some ideas on what not to do when staging your home.
Overcrowding Your Space
The most important part of the staging process is decluttering. When getting your home ready for sale, make sure that everything is tidy and organized. This way, potential buyers can see the potential of the home clearly without too much distraction. Put away family photos, knick-knacks, toys, electronics, and anything else that makes the space look overcrowded.
Adding Too Many Colours
Sometimes too many different colours in one room can be overwhelming, so make sure that the colours of your walls and furniture match or are complementary to each other.
If possible, make sure your furniture and appliances match in colour and style to give your home a more finished look.
Try hiding technology like cable and extension cords as well as keeping remotes and other equipment out of sight to keep your space looking tidy.
Not Enough Light
Dark rooms can feel cluttered and messy, so add more light from windows, lamps and mirrors.