Saturday, March 10, 2012
DESIGN TIPS FOR SELLING YOUR HOME
Design Tips to Help You Sell Your Home by:
Ryan is a guest post writer on the subjects of home renovation and real estate trends. She is currently working on projects that involve homes for sale Austin TX, Barton Creek homes for sale, and garden window prices.
The interior design of a home is essential when you are trying to sell it. Your house can be the best in a particular neighborhood in terms of layout and external appearance. However, if the interior design of your home is lacking, prospective buyers will probably be much less likely to take interest. If you are getting your house ready to go on the market, it’s essential that you take some time to make the inside of your home look as appealing as possible. Clearing out the clutter and cleaning is just the beginning of what you should do to prepare your home for prospective homebuyers to view. Here are a few simple design tips to help you sell your house faster and for a greater profit:
One of the biggest interior design trends right now is the incorporation of natural elements into a home. Plants, walls that are painted earth tone colors, and bamboo furniture is in. Think about adding natural touches to your home. It will make your house’s overall design seem more contemporary, and the elements of nature will add a subtle vibrancy to your home that will be appealing to many prospective homebuyers.
Consider purchasing some attractive sheer curtains and opening or removing the window blinds or shutters. Those florescent bulbs may help you save energy, but they won’t help you sell your house. Your house looks best when it is illuminated by natural light from outside. So, make the most of your windows, and switch to regular, old-fashioned light bulbs while your house is open to the public. An increased amount of natural light will make your house seem more open, inviting, and comfortable.
So, spend some time paying attention to design details before you start showing your house to potential buyers. Some simple additions can make a huge difference!
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