Inexpensive Ways to Stage and Design

1. Paint Walls

Paint your walls a neutral color.  Stick with warm light browns and off-whites.  Try not to paint every room in the house the same color…mix it up a little!

2. Clean or Replace Floors

If you have hardwood floors, try to have them refinished.  If refinishing them seems too pricey and they are in poor shape, paint them a solid neutral color with a high gloss finish.  If you have carpet, schedule a time to have it cleaned.

3. Give Your Kitchen a Face-Lift

Refinish or paint kitchen cabinet doors.  Also, don’t forget to replace the doors’ hardware in order to give it a finished look.

Also, replace kitchen and bathroom countertops.  Granite is popular, but if it does not fit into your budget then go with granite tile, concrete, or even porceline tile.

4. Give Your Bathroom a Face-Lift

Simply replace bathroom fixtures with shiny new pieces.

5. Even Small Details Pay Off

Hang new window treatments and lay new bedding.  Update them with solid neutral colored fabrics.

6. Tackle Those Small Weekend Projects

Patch holes in walls, replace cracked floors and countertops, and re-caulk bathtubs, showers, and sinks.  Another great way to give your house a new look is by renting a pressure washer and spraying down sidewalks and exterior siding.

7. Store Excess Furniture, Toys, Etc.

Prepare your home to sell fast by storing your extra belongings atSTORExpress Self-Storage.  Entice a buyer’s interest in your home by removing extra furniture and creating more space.