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. Boosting your home curb’s appeal is a repeated advice by home stagers, home designers, and real estate agents because there is always a justifiable reason why this is so. 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. Create an inviting porch most especially if you are planning to welcome homebuyers to sell your property by placing a clean “welcome” doormat, putting some potted plants in bloom in your porch, keeping your porch lights at night time, and illuminating the front walk using solar lights for a great extra touch.
Cleanliness and orderliness must be observed at home every time, making sure that your floors are shiny and clean, gleaming windows, clean and scrubbed out kitchen countertops, and dirt-free decorations and furniture. If you don’t have time to do all the Los Angeles Home Staging, home remodeling, or interior designing, you can always contact a professional to do the job right. It is important to purge anything that is unsightly or unnecessary, so it helps to remove all clutter in your home if you are really serious about staging. 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,
You may consider rearranging your furniture into symmetrical arrangements, pulling your furniture off the walls and using pairs of chairs, lamps, and sofas in order to create an area for inviting conversation. 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. If you are looking for a professional who is knowledgeable and experienced in Los Angeles Interior Design or home staging, you can check our website for more details.