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First impression – You only get one.

Your entrance sets the tone for the rest of your home. Even if it is a small space, you must create that wow factor for when someone walks through your door. Add a small table or a wall-mounted shelf for keys and mail and hang a mirror above it the help make the space look larger.

Create a Story.

While you do not want a lot of clutter and personal items to be out, you do want to help future buyers visualize what they can have in your home. Whether it be a couple with children or dogs, or a couple buying their first home, you want to help them tell the story. Having personalized pet bowls and kids’ rooms with dolls and cars will help show them how much their kids or pets would love this space. You want them to see your story and help them visualize their own.

Set the Stage.

Remember that white walls are never a bad idea. White walls can make everything look rich and more vibrant. Painting your home in a neutral colour, like white, sets the perfect blank canvas for future buyers. Simply white and Chantilly Lace by Benjamin Moore are two beautiful whites.

Don’t Forget About Lighting.

Lighting is more important that you will ever know. It’s what helps create the mood of the home and showcases the homes features. All lamps should be turned on and have the same watt of bulb in each pair. I suggest using 3500Lumens because it creates a warm white rather than a cool white. Many lights fixture these days show the bulb. If you can see the bulb, make sure it looks pretty. The bulb is part of the beautiful light fixture.

And The Final Touches.

Often, we use flowers to breathe life into a space, but they only last a few days. In the chance your home is on the market for longer than that, you are better off displaying greenery like magnolia or seeded eucalyptus in a vase.

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