If you are looking to get your home ready to sell, or just interested in bringing a more polished look to your space, then chances are, you have heard of the power of staging. Staging is a great way to transform your home, especially if you are ready to put it on the market. Not only will staging help you get top dollar for your home, but it can help you create a more inviting and beautiful home for the whole family to enjoy. The good news is you don’t need to hire a professional stager to give your home a fun little face lift. Here are some of the top luxury home staging tips and industry secrets that leading stagers use in their homes.
Choosing “Model Home” Paint Colors
Choosing the right paint color is extremely important, particularly when trying to sell a home. The wrong paint color can instantly deter a potentially buyer. With this in mind, you will want to embrace the traditional “model home” paint colors. Stagers have found that most people prefer neutral walls and one or two great accent walls throughout the home. This is a great way to still add style and drama to a space without deterring a buyer with a bold paint color.
Coffee Table Displays
In luxury homes, the coffee table is more than a place to put your feet while watching, it is a decorative piece in the home that should add style and sophistication to a space. Remember that pretty much anything can serve as a coffee table, it should just be the same height as the seat of your sofa, and slightly smaller than the width of your sofa. When creating a display, a great tip is to divide the surface of your coffee table into three parts. Try adding something with height in one area, something with texture in another and something that ties in the color of the rest of the home in another quadrant. This will balance the coffee table and give it visual interest.
Accenting With Plants
This is a simple tip, but one that can deliver great results. Add at least one plant per room, and match the size and shape of the plant to the space. They are great for adding warmth to an area and for filling large, empty corners. Vary the heights of the plants throughout the home, but remember to not add too many plants as it can make the home feel like a jungle.
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