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Spring Home Staging: Highlighting Your Home's Best Features

Gina Magaly Rodriguez April 18, 2024


Create Aspirational Scenes

Staging particular areas of your home that you want to highlight can create aspirational moments. For example, if you have a stunning primary ensuite spa-lake bathroom and stage spa accessories in the room, such as an accent table with a tray filled with a candle, book, and bath salts. Or, if you have a beautiful designer-inspired family room, stage the space with accessories for a family game night and seasonal throw pillows and blankets for a cozy movie night. Or, if you have a media room in the basement, pop some popcorn and turn on a movie to set the scene

Create a Hosting-ready Outdoor Area

When the weather warms up, everyone is itching to spend more time outdoors. Set up your outdoor living space before showings and open houses, like before you entertain. Set up the furniture in a way that best facilitates gathering and conversation. Ensure the outdoor features, such as a fountain and firepit, are ready to turn on. Open the umbrella on the dining table. Set the tablescape with outdoor placements, serving ware, and candles.

Draw Attention to New Features

If you’ve recently replaced or updated particular home areas, such as windows and doors, draw visual attention to these spaces. Open the window treatments and clear the furniture so these new features can shine. If you have new appliances, such as a new oven range, set out a beautiful tray with decorative accessories.

Stage the Front Porch

Create a welcoming, warm feeling when buyers approach your front door. Whether it’s a pair of chairs and an accent table with a tray of cold beverages for buyers to drink or a new doormat and seasonal wreath, your front porch area should be the first point of welcoming buyers.

Appeal to the Senses

Appealing to potential buyers’ senses can leave a lasting impression.
  • See: Set out seasonal greenery, branches, and flowers to bring the outdoors to your home.
  • Hear: Leave the windows open so buyers can hear the sounds of nature as they tour your home.
  • Touch: Ensure all surfaces are clean, smooth, and crumb-free before you leave the house
  • Taste: Leave out a tray of refreshing beverages or a snack to help buyers refuel during a busy day of showings
  • Smell: The most important scent is an odor-free home. Then, you can layer subtle, fresh scents, such as citrus, lavender, or eucalyptus.

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