Staging Your Home For The Perfect Sale

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The staging of furniture is the key component for optimizing the sale of your home in a quick and efficient manner. And the right furniture helps potential owners have keen eyes for imagining what they would put into that living space: will their king-sized bed fit? Is there room enough for their oversized sofa? Will their rectangular kitchen table look good here?

In addition to the geometrical shape of any room, coupled with those enticing, lingering smells (e.g, baked cookies or scented candles), the number of furniture pieces used to stage any home makes the most impact and is critical. Such pieces should be minimal in number; they should compliment the individual space while evoking a sense of universality; and they should be high-end but not pretentious, thereby creating that comfy and cozy ambience.

Take a look below for some inspiration. After viewing these staged homes, you may actually decide not to sell your home, but rather hire an interior designer to remodel your existing home.

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Simplicity sells. Elegance is in the details exposed by the natural light.

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Comfy and cozy, yet chic and contemporary. This living room will appeal to many buyers.

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This bedroom is pure luxury, albeit minimalistic. Potential owners will be able to easily imagine themselves sleeping in this bedroom, no matter their home décor tastes or preferences.

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A kitchen that is utilitarian and sleek in design creates a blank canvas for any potential owner to make it their own.

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A living room that evokes sophistication can effortlessly be changed up to adapt to any lifestyle: for all you singles, couples or married pairs with children.

Potential buyers want to imagine themselves in every space of their prospective home. So, stage your home in such a way that will welcome as many buyers as possible. The result? A number of buyers who will pay to make your home their new home.

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