Tips For Winter Staging

Clear Your Walkways

Let's start out easy. There is no more important home staging task than ensuring potential homebuyers are safe. If it has recently snowed in your area, be sure to shovel your walkways or, at the very least, a clear path to the entrance. Also, if there is ice on the ground—or even the possibility of ice forming on the path you've created—do not forget to put down salt.

Let the Light In

The winter can already be dreary and grey. Don't add to that aesthetic in your home by keeping curtains drawn. Allowing light to flood your home when buyers are viewing it can have a major impact on their impression of the property. It's smart to also turn any closet or basement lights on where it's difficult for sunlight to reach; however, be sure to turn off all computer or television screens, as those will just distract from the warmth inside your home.

Turn Up the Heat

Literal warmth is vital, as well. If potential buyers walk into your home and it's even a bit chilly, it only gives them reason to leave quickly. Having an extra toasty home will give buyers reason to linger before heading back out into the cold. Don't forget to turn your thermostat up a couple degrees.

Indoor and outdoor fireplaces

The trend toward coziness leads to indoor fireplaces, working or not, with homey hearths as a nice spot to gather. Outdoors, fireplaces are also preserving a sense of happy summertime barbecues.

Crafts and Artisanal Accents

In a world of increasingly mass production, there’s a move back to crafting, and to artisanal or boutique choices in pillows, wall hangings, quilts, and other accent pieces all around the home.

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source: RisMedia