When presenting your house for sale to potential buyers, you must be willing to de-personalize for good Austin home staging! That means all personal items must be removed from view. These items range from family photos to bathroom toiletries. The more you are willing to de-personalize, the better your chances will be of attracting a buyer.
Wow! So, you may be wondering: How am I going to live in my house without these items? Obviously, collections & photos can be packed away and safely stored until you move to your new home. Kitchen knives and bathroom items are probably something you can’t live without day-to-day while your house is for sale. For successful Austin home staging, the solution is to keep these items hidden from view in drawers or cabinets. Shower items can be placed in a plastic bucket, which you can bring out for use and stow away in a cabinet when done. That way, whenever your house is shown, even if the buyer’s agent gives little notice, your house is always at its best.
What to keep out for good Austin home staging:1. Pottery barn type decor (even if it’s something cheap) 2. Coffee table books 3. Contemporary artwork & framed prints, 4. Side tables, end tables, coffee tables & sofa tables 5. All lamps 6. Updated furniture (even if cheap or slightly worn) 7. Decorative bowls of all kinds 8. Decorative Vases, 9. Candy dishes 10. Large gem stones (like geodes) 11. Candles & candle holders 12. Decorative mirrors 13. All throw pillows 14. Artificial plants of all kinds 15. The bed in the master bedroom 16. The dining table & breakfast table 17. Living room furniture 18. Family room furniture
Do not pack away any of the items mentioned in this list until you have a professional Austin home stager look it over. This furniture & decor can become essential to showing off the house to potential buyers. These items can be used to accent the best features of the house and help make it appealing to “every” potential buyer.
Contact me or call me at 512-266-2606 when you are ready for your FREE Austin home staging consultation.