I find staging to be especially helpful when you have small bedrooms. A typical home buyer has no idea what size bed would fit into a small space but it's must easier to envision your things in that house if you see that a full sized bed is able to fit with two end tables, for example. Simply staging the bedrooms could protect a seller from just walking away believing the rooms / house to be too small for them.
The person who staged this home did a great job making the bathrooms feel spa-like with white towels, zero clutter and calming accessories. If you are selling your house, or intending to, take the lead from this home and have zero clutter out (ie: buyers don't need to see any of your toiletries)... it's amazing how much more restful it makes the home feel.
I think the kitchen is one of the few rooms that don't need to be staged but if you are going to then take the lead from this kitchen and use plants, food that won't spoil and white or neutral dishes.
What are some of the best home staging tips you've seen?
I'm itching to flip another house... whenever I see homes with potential on MLS I get all excited and think about what we could do to them... :)
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