Home staging is essential when trying to seduce potential buyers. It can set the scene for love at first sight, leading to love at first buy. To continuously impress buyers, it’s important to keep up with seasonal staging trends. These tips can be used to woo your customers this Summer:

1. Avoid a Colorless Canvas
Treat the home as a canvas, using color to set the scene that buyers need to see. You should bear in mind that optimal staging involves a balance between neutralization and strategic shading. Color should be used to make the home’s most attractive features pop without blinding or bombarding them. Use neutralization or a small range of colors to avoid visual jumble. Simple, light colors help draw attention to the best, brightest parts of the room and can infect buyers with spring fever.

2. Light the Way for Your Buyers
Speaking of light and light colors, lighting is another summer staging necessity. As we move into the sunniest seasons, you should remember to brighten the inside of a home as the outdoors brighten up too. You can get rid of old, dim bulbs and illuminate the home with new lighting to impress buyers, shedding even more light on the most attractive areas. Even a quick bulb change at the frontdoor can leave a shining first impression on customers when they come to check out the property.

3. Keep Up With Technological Trends
Up-to-date electronics are a great way to make certain areas of the room stand out along with lighting and color. For example, motion-sensor kitchen appliances can impress buyers upon entry, peaking their interests in your home as a whole. The best part is: they don’t have to be expensive at all. For instance, you can get the modern Mushroom Shaped LED Lamp that doubles as an MP3 player for just $43 to make rooms in the house seem more stylish and chic.

These tips can help you spring into the most impressive staging this season. What are your personal staging ideas?

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