16 May 3 Easy Ways to Stage Your Home on a Budget.

Staging a house is essential for home sellers! Potential buyers not only like to look at the furniture lay out and quality but it allows them to immerse themselves in what it would feel like to live there. Professional staging can often be extremely expensive and time consuming but there is always a way to soften the cost! Check out these three simple tips to stage your home on a budget with beautiful results!

Kitchen and Bathrooms

The kitchen and bathrooms are easy to stage as they don’t require any furniture. Focus on setting the right tone in these areas by using decorative accessories. Make sure to declutter, clean, and use small touches in the kitchen such as oven mitts and distinctive kitchen towels, decorative mason jars filled with oils or pasta, and a basket of artificial fruits.

After thoroughly cleaning the bathrooms make them seem more welcoming with colorful, clean and fluffy towels on the rack. An attractive soap dish with decorative soap in mild fragrance completes the look.

Renting Furniture Doesn’t Have to be Expensive

Choose your rooms strategically when deciding on furniture. Your master bedroom, living room, and possibly a dining room should be your main focuses. You don’t need to have a lot of investment up front. All this convenience allows you to focus the time where it’s best required-staging the house. There are many companies that offer rental packages of furniture along with other accessories. You require only a piece or two in each room to help potential buyer imagine his own furniture in the space. Just make sure that the furniture pieces that you pick are of high quality, unique, stylish, and not dated. 

Essential Painting Tips

As with any property up for sale, a fresh coat of paint throughout the home’s walls is a great idea. It is the best budget-fix to instantly bring life to your home and costs less than any other decorating tip. Choose paint colors wisely such as off-whites, grays, beiges as neutrals and consider adding accent walls that have a stronger hue to create visual interest. It will also make picking up the furniture and accessories much easier. Consider adding paint to any woodwork, cabinets, or trim that require a makeover. It will also make picking up the furniture and accessories much easier. And don’t just stop at the walls. Stretch your budget a bit and paint any woodwork, cabinets, or trim that require a makeover. 

Austin Ellis