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Sell Your House with Simple Lessons in Home Staging

By Tales of an Interior Stylist on May 28, 2013

Home Staging is a the art of styling a home to accomplish two goals.

  1. To showcase the quality and amenities of the home itself.
  2. To offer a window to the possibilities of how a buyer could live in the home.

Home staging is packaging your home so the potential buyer gets a glimpse of how wonderful it would be to live in your home. We all know the old adage about First Impressions - let it ring, because you need to make them want what you have! Here are some simple lessons in staging your living room to give a great impression.

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Choose an on trend color palette that will both appeal to buyers and showcase your home's amenities. Tone on tone creates flow and space.

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A simple, opened room arrangement explains the room's purpose, yet sells square footage.

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Add lifestyle defining accessories to create a story of how one could use the room. Create layers to give the space warmth and character.

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Make sure to update, uncomplicate and unify interior decorating selections, such as window treatments and hardware.

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These simple lessons in home staging should inspire your vision of the art of home staging. There is always the option of hiring a Home Staging professional who can provide you with expert vision, those desired on trend ideas and proper packaging of your home.

Chicago home staging and interior styling expert Julea Joseph has been helping homeowners, builders and real estate professionals since 1999. Whether you're selling a home, moving in, or in need of a change - She creates the home you imagined.

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