How to Stage Your Lake Front Property In Clermont?
The largest of the Clermont chain of lakes is Lake Louisa. Lake Louisa’s shore line is rimmed with cypress trees whose needles turn red around Christmas time. It’s a great place to live and buyers know it. If you’re thinking of selling your Clermont home near Lake Louisa, you’re going to want to know how to stage it.
8 steps for highlighting your homes strengths and downplaying its weaknesses by staging:
1) Say good bye to clutter. Having too much furniture is a big culprit in this area. When professional stagers stage a home they often decrease furniture by as much as up to 50% and rooms look bigger for it.
2) Group furnishings. Instead of pushing furniture against the wall to create space, arrange it in conversational groups that float away from the walls allowing for good traffic flow. Thank you Alan Cookson for the lakefront image
3) Transform a room. We all have it. That one room that serves only to gather junk. It’s the “junk drawer” of rooms in your home. Why not give it a purpose? Perhaps designate it to be a guest room, craft room or office.
4)Light it up! One thing that really helps homes sell, is great lighting. Try increasing wattage to 100 watts for every 50 square feet.
5) Go neutral. Paint rooms modern neutral colors that flow seamlessly from room to room.
6)Be artistic with wall hangings. Many people go right to hanging pictures and art in a straight line at eye level. However, grouping things together in collage style or in other creative ways helps it stand out and show off a space.
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7)Bring outside inside. Go raid your yard and bring in some branches or a few flowers to place around your home. It’s appealing to bring nature inside especially if it flows right back to what you have to offer outside.
8)Clean up. A dirty bathroom or kitchen are big turn offs so make sure surfaces are clean, bright and open especially in these rooms.
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