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10 Quick Home Staging Tips For Summer

We call you and say that a viewer will be there within the hour. What can you do to ensure they see your house in the best possible light? Here is ten top tips to make your house shine in a hurry!

1. Remove any bits and pieces that don’t belong there: paperwork, laundry, dirty dishes, shoes – anything that’s cluttering up the space. Pop the basket in your car, out of sight

2. Swap the towels in the bathroom for freshly laundered ones. Even better is to have new white fluffy towels that you keep especially for viewings


3. Make up the master bed with laundered or new bedding. Again, if you can keep some new bedding to throw on for viewings, it will always look at its best. One tip is to put your usual duvet cover and pillow cases over the top of your special ones, and whip them off for viewings – ta da!

 


4. Open a window in each room to let some fresh air into the house

5. Fill the grate of your fire with church candles and light them for a cosy glow; this is perfect for the summertime when it’s too hot to have a fire lit

 


6. Have your lamps lit upstairs,
and a mixture of overhead and low level lights lit downstairs


7. Create the right atmosphere
with low and relaxing music, to encourage your viewers to linger over their viewing


8. Make sure your home smells as good as it looks:
spray beds with a tiny spray of perfume, pop a tumble drier sheet in the bottom of all your bins, and put a vanilla pod in the oven on a low heat for a subtle, homely scent. If you don’t have one, try some drops of vanilla or lemon juice in a bowl of water and put that in the oven.


9. Raid your garden for some summer greenery and colour, and arrange in vases.


10. Finally – give yourself a mini-makeover!
Make sure your outfit is smart, your shoes are clean (never slippers!) and you are well-groomed and looking professional. Your image should reflect that of your home – neat, well-kept and stylish

Soure; Samantha Ashdown, www.home-truths.co.uk


Published in: AUGUST NEWSLETTER

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