Re-doing the interior design and staging your home when selling is a very good idea; you may want to hire an interior design professional who can make use of the space and the function of your home, making it an amazing product ready for sale.
An interior designing professional or stager will combine many aspects of your home like texture lighting and space, and give you an idea of how you can package your home to be as attractive as possible for a prospective buyer.
Staging your home before selling will give it a new and fresh look while utilizing what you already have and come up with a product which can sell at an even higher price than you had anticipated. Just chip in something small to decorate your home and give it a new look and stand back and wait for results.
Hiring professionals to help with the interior design will help you abide by interior design principles. If you don’t want to hire a professional i, you can research on the latest design trends on sites like houzz.com.
Tips on staging and interior design to sell your home.
*Maintain a neutral blend of colors for walls. Repaint with neutral colors especially a shade of beige or white that will appeal to a young vibrant and professional family.
*Invest in bright kitchen cabinetry that will enhance the appearance of your kitchen.
*Upgrade your appliances. Your dishwasher, refrigerator, and/or stove
*Have a simple appearance for families with children.
*Rooms should not be cluttered and at least 70 percent of the rooms should create some space. This improves the appearance of the home.
*Invest on nice window treatment. It will work wonders.
Mistakes to avoid when doing interior design and staging when selling your home
*Over exaggeration of colors
*Staging when you are not ready. It can be stressful when you don’t know when to move certain things or how to handle the inconvenience of disrupting your personal space.
*Over customizing your home beyond the sale value of comparable homes in the community.
*Restructuring your home to hide possible weaknesses from your prospective buyers
*Avoid keeping a lot of personal items out. That will suggest you are still attached to your house.
Don’t spend too much time on staging. Doing interior design is different from refurbishing your home. You want to spend small money and come up with amazing results. It doesn’t have to be that expensive.