March 21, 2019

4 Staging Tips to Make Your Kitchen Shine

When you're preparing to sell your home, staging is an important part of the process. It highlights the home's best features and makes it appeal to as many potential buyers as possible. Here are some tips to help your kitchen stand out.

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Declutter 

Cluttered countertops make your kitchen look less spacious. The first step is to get rid of as much clutter as possible. Remove any appliances from your counters and store them elsewhere. Your counters should be empty except for a decorative accent piece. Also, organize your cupboards by removing as many items as possible and packing them away. Make sure the drawers are neat and organized. Prospective buyers will open everything.

Upgrade your hardware

Hardware contributes more to the overall appearance of your kitchen than you may think. Old hardware can make your kitchen seem outdated. Updating it is a simple, inexpensive way to make a good impression on potential buyers. New faucets and new hardware on cabinets and doors will give your kitchen a fresh look and feel. 

Deep clean

A dirty kitchen will put off potential buyers. When you're staging your home, you'll need to give your kitchen a deep clean. Spend extra time cleaning out the hard-to-reach nooks and crannies that are normally overlooked.  

Apply fresh paint

A fresh coast of paint makes a big difference in any room. When you're staging your home, it's important that every room has broad appeal. Thus, it's best to paint your kitchen in a neutral colour such as white or gray. Brightly-coloured walls are not always to everyone's taste. They can even turn off some potential buyers. You can also paint your kitchen cabinets. Fresh paint will make your cabinets look like new without the expense of replacing them. Again, choose a neutral colour that will complement your kitchen's theme.    


See also:  

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Home Buying: 6 Things That Are Often Overlooked

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