Preparing to list your home can be a daunting task in this competitive market, but stagers like studio D are here to help.
1. Plan your layout
Be intentional and creative with the way you use your square footage. Arrange furniture in a way that allows for a natural flow of movement between rooms while maximizing each room’s functionality. Place a desk (or table) and chair in the corner of a bedroom to create a home office space.
2. Use Furnishings That Are to Scale
If you have a small, narrow living room, get rid of your bulky sectional and opt for a love seat and two small accent chairs instead. Alternately, if your master bedroom is massive, spring for a King bed.
3. Choose a Neutral Color Palette
A subtle and sophisticated palette of whites, grays and beiges appeal to a majority of buyers and can make a room feel larger.
4. Accessorize with Color + Texture
Metallic pops instantly make a room feel more luxe— try a chrome coffee table or pair of gold lamps — as do richly textured accessories. We love sheepskin throw pillows and faux fur blankets.
5. Stage with studio D
The easiest, most stress-free way to prep your home for sale is to hire an experienced stager like studio D to refresh and redesign your space. We have a track record of transforming lackluster apartments and homes into eye-catching show pieces. Click here for more before and afters.