The trick to home staging is to know just where to set the stage and attract the attention of potential homebuyers. When you‘re staging your home, your efforts need to be focused on areas that will impact the buyer’s decision the most. The central living space, the kitchen, and the master bedroom are generally high in priority when it comes to staging a home for sale. Extra bedrooms, bathrooms, and drawing/dining areas often hold secondary priority for most buyers.
Rearrange Your Interior
While you declutter and de-personalise the space, consider changing the position of furniture pieces to open up floor space in some of the living areas. Make use of your storage spaces and put some of the furniture away during home viewings. You should also remove any damaged pieces from the interior so that the home looks spick and span.