Color can be incorporated in many ways, so don't be afraid to use it creatively. From unique pieces of art to decorative pillows, a pop of color can really catch a buyer's eye.
Throw out old belongings that simply add to a clutter-filled home.
Too much furniture is one of the biggest mistakes homeowners make. Consider arranging a few core pieces in your space and see the difference.
Pull furniture away from the walls to create groups within a room and to help with the traffice flow in and through the space.
Mix It Up
Shake up the room's style and attitude by periodically moving furniture around and incorporating old accessories into your design in a new way.
Make that junk room into a dreamy crafts room.
Letting outside light in can brighten the space and make the room feel larger.
Most homes are improperly lit. Aim for 100 watts every 50 square feet in layers of ambient, task and accent lighting.
Displaying art in traditional ways -- in a circle at the same height around the room -- can make it invisible. Leave the stereotype behind and display art in surprising ways.
Odd-numbered groups of accessories, especially threes, tend to be more eye appealing.
Head outside and grab some greenery from your yard to bring a fresh look indoors.
Creating a warm entrance to your home is welcoming to your guests.
Where to find a Staging Specialist? Check out the Real Estate Staging Association link below