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Home Staging- Before and After

Tips from Ronique Gibson on how to make your home look it's best when it's up for sale!


Home Staging- Before and After

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Fabric and curtain rods make an easy DIY bookshelf or paperwork and mail organizer!

Clever Storage Ideas

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Avoid these mistakes if you want your house to fly off the market. #homestaging #houseforsale

Top 20 Home Staging Mistakes | Leyla's Room

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Putting your house on the market? Here's some home staging dos and don'ts.

Nothing Personal: Home Staging Dos and Don’ts

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Removing styling products and adding plants can transform your bathroom into a home staging success story. #homestaging

Be sure bedrooms and offices are clear of personal items before opening your home to potential buyers. #homestaging

Since most potential buyers look to your kitchen appliances first when considering buying a home, ensure they're as up-to-date as your budget allows. #homestaging

Removing appliances from counters and magnets from the fridge are just one step of the home staging process. #homestaging

Creating open spaces and ensuring baseboards are visible are important aspects of home staging. #homestaging

The more domesticated your home feels, the closer you'll be to achieving buyer appeal. Brew some coffee, bake some cookies, and consider offering potential buyers a tasty treat. #homestaging

Before putting your house on the market, consider packing up personal items and memorabilia. #homestaging

Since buyers love tactile fabrics and textiles, try incorporating soft towels in your bathrooms. #homestaging

Colorful pillows on couches can help make your home feel warm and inviting. #homestaging

Leaving the lights turned on can help make your home feel bigger. #homestaging

Fresh flowers can help give your home a welcoming feel. #homestaging

Home Staging Tip: Ensure storage is well organized in bathrooms. A clutter-filled room is not appealing.

When trying to sell your home, remove as many items from your countertops as possible.

If you're preparing your home to sell it, here's a tip: keep your design theme straight-forward and simplified.

Traditional Kitchen Ideas

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Remove personal items (photos, pet bed, etc.) and neutralize your interiors when staging your home for sale.

Is your home on the market? Make sure to #declutter your master bathroom.