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One of my main objectives is to get your listing sold for you, and sometimes that comes down to how the home is staged for your viewers.  Some of the fastest sales I have ever made for my sellers have been because the home was staged well.

 

diyhomestagingtips.comis a great resource for home staging.  This week she answered a question about what to do with empty closets, to fill or not to fill, that was the question.  Her response:


"I would leave closets empty because they look bigger. But not entirely empty. I would add a few props to dress them up and give a little personality.

In a bedroom closet I would place some pretty boxes on the shelves. In a linen closet I would stack a few fluffy towels, and perhaps a folded blanket. In a coat closet, I would add some wooden or padded hangers.     
These little things will help buyers on tour remember your house as the one with attractive closets, where people (that's you!) live clean, enviable lives. Buyers buy the lifestyle when they buy the house, and women particularly are interested in closets. So, stage them to look gal-friendly. 
 
Remember to clean any light fixtures in the closets and to maximize the wattage."

 

 

What amazing advice!!

 

I was also looking on Pinterest today for staging inspiration.  There are some great ideas over there as well!  Make sure you connect with me over there too!

 

I've personally staged dozens and dozens of homes, so if you have any questions about home staging please don't hesitate to ask!

 

Make sure you check out my most recent listings as well by clicking here!

 

Until next time ...

 

 

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