Home Staging Tips to Improve Your Home Decor!

Home staging doesn't have to be expensive. To enhance the beauty and show off the great features of your home, the key is to focus on a few important things. One of these is to maximize the space you currently have and to minimize the clutter.

Calgary Home Staging - Maximizing Space And Minimizing ClutterThe goal in home staging is to make your home as market-friendly as possible. A well staged home is pleasurable to show and stays on the market for less time. Since buyers are attracted to bigger, open spaces, professional home stagers look for ways to maximize space by removing unnecessary items and minimizing the clutter. This helps buyers notice the beautiful features of your home and not be distracted by cluttered objects.

A great way to start de-cluttering your home is to remove boxes, personal pictures, piles of mail, knickknacks and other items from your living space that cause distractions. Expert organizers also suggest that you sort through magazines, newspapers, collections of books, CDs and set aside the ones you don't need any more. 

Another point to consider is to make sure you organize your drawers and closets - buyers tend to inspect every corner of your home. You can buy or rent a bookshelf or armoire to organize these items; from seasonal clothes to household and electronic equipment. 

For more information on the best home staging tips and home decor ideas, contact top Calgary Realtor® Ross PAVL. He'll provide you with an exclusive free home consultation with the best Calgary home stagers so you get even more great advice for selling your home!


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