Now that spring has sprung and potential buyers are out and about in earnest, it’s time for you to make your home look its best. If your goal is to get it sold quickly and for the best possible price, you want to make it look fresh and polished. It’s time to get rid of the heavy feel of winter, and make your property pop this spring with these home staging tips.
Spring Home Staging Tips to Make Buyers Take Notice
1. Open up the house and air it out.
After keeping the house closed up all winter, get the windows open and let the fresh air in. You may not be able to keep them open all the time, but do make a point of letting the air in to get rid of any stuffy, musty smells. If you can leave windows open while the house is being shown, it will create an open, airy feel that buyers will respond to.
2. Add some throw pillows to a room to brighten it up.
Throw pillows are relatively inexpensive, and they are a great way to lighten up a room. Stick to pastel colours to bring it to life. They come in various sizes, and you can use them to quickly change the look of a couch, loveseat, or chair. Use them to dress up your bedroom as well for a new look for spring.
3. Update your bedding.
It’s time to put your heavy bedspreads and quilts away and replace them with lighter bedding. Crisp, white sheets look best when you are staging your home. If you haven’t treated yourself to new pillows for awhile. go ahead and change them as well.
4. Put flowers in your home.
A spring bouquet of flowers in a glass vase is colourful and fragrant. This is the type of touch that will make a potential buyer see him or herself living in your home. You don’t have to spend a lot of money on it; just pick up a small one at the local grocery store or market.
5. Place fresh towels in the bathroom.
The bathroom must be spotless when you are showing your home. To give it a fresh look, buy inexpensive white towels and display them with some pastel ones in pink or lavender to give your bathroom a spring feel.
These home staging tips for spring will help you to show your property off to potential buyers in a way that will make it look its best.