Interior design, home staging, and home remodeling work hand-in-hand to make a home more appealing, attractive, and to increase its real estate value. You might have heard about boosting your home’s curb appeal a hundred times, and there is always a good reason why home designers and stagers highlight the topic. You can achieve a beautiful and appealing exterior by planting fresh greenery and colorful flowers, repainting or staining the porch as necessary, power washing pavement, walkways, and siding, washing front windows, and moving the lawn and reseeding or adding fresh sod. It is important to have a welcoming ambiance whenever you receive visitors at home by putting some potted plants in bloom in your porch, a clean “welcome” doormat, keeping your porch lights on during the night, and illuminate the front walk with the use of solar lights for a great extra touch.
In order to put your house at its best foot forward, one important aspect you need to maintain at home is cleanliness from dirt-free and shining floors, gleaming windows, to scrubbed out and clean kitchen counters. It is a good idea hiring a professional for home staging, home remodeling or interior design if you have a large house. Clear away all the clutter in your home if you are serious about staging your home, to eliminate the stress and hassle of utilizing offsite storage. Make your dining room more inviting to your potential buyers by styling your large dining table with beautiful and fine tableware or vessels down the center portion of the table for a more appealing look. When it comes to your floors, make sure that your carpets are steamed cleaned, and wood floors must be refinished if they are in poor shape,
In the living room, it is always nice to create an inviting conversation area by following symmetrical arrangements, such as using pairs of sofas, lamps or chairs, and pulling furniture off the walls. When it comes to home wall paint colors, stick with sophisticated neutral colors if you plan to sell your home, but it does not mean that you need to go all white, you can choose rich mid-tone such as mocha or “greige”, creating a more sophisticated backdrop, and making everything look pulled together. The master bedroom must be free from clutter and personal items, and make sure that you use crisp and clean linens. Lastly, don’t forget to create 20% to 30% open space in your closet because your potential buyers will peek inside your closet that can make or break your home sale. For more details about home staging, home remodeling, and interior designing in Los Angeles, you can check us out on our homepage or website now!