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  • Writer's pictureBrett Rosenbaugh

Show Off Your Home’s Best Features: Design Tips for Selling Your Property

As a real estate advisor, I’ve seen countless homes in all shapes and sizes. When it comes to prepping a home for sale, there are certain tried-and-true design tips that can help you make the most of your property. In this blog post, I’ll be sharing my best advice on how to show off your home’s best features and get it ready for sale.

Get Rid of Clutter

The first thing you want to do when prepping your home for sale is to declutter. That means clearing out any unnecessary furniture, knickknacks, or other items that may be taking up space. This will free up the area and make it look more open and inviting. It will also give potential buyers a better sense of the size of each room in the house so they can envision themselves living there.

In addition to decluttering, you should also consider doing some deep cleaning to make sure everything looks spotless before potential buyers come by. Clean windows and carpets are essential too—make sure those are taken care of as well!

Update Your Color Scheme

Updating your color scheme is another great way to spruce up your home before selling it. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on expensive paint jobs; just pick a neutral color that won’t clash with anything else in the room and go from there. Neutral colors like whites, grays, creams, and tans tend to be popular among buyers so keep that in mind when picking out colors for your walls or furniture pieces.

Make Each Room Stand Out

Making each room stand out is important when prepping your home for sale. You want buyers to walk into each room and be able to envision themselves living there so think about how you can highlight each room’s unique features. A few simple touches can go a long way—for example, if you have a dining room with built-in shelving or cabinets, add a few stylish pieces of art or dishes to help bring the space together. The same goes for any other rooms in the house—the goal is always to make them look inviting but still functional at the same time!

Prepping your home for sale doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive; rather than making big changes or spending lots of money on renovations, focus on small touches that will help draw attention away from any flaws your property may have and instead draw people in with its charm! With these tips from an interior designer at hand, you should now be well on your way towards showing off your property's best features and getting it sell-ready in no time! Good luck!


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