A complete kitchen overhaul is not needed for you to catch the eye of prospective buyers. All you need for a successful sale is cleanliness, curb appeal, and quality finishes.
First impression is important
What sets the expectation for the entire property is the front of the home. What makes up a first great impression is a verdant lawn, a neat garden, and well-painted exterior.
Fertilize your lawn to make it look really nice and green. Put in new mulch and make the front of the home present well.
You may also need to freshen up the front door and windows with a fresh coat of paint on the door and window ledges. To achieve a neat, uniform look, install plantation shutters across the entire front of the house. Meanwhile, roller blinds are appropriate for the bedrooms and living spaces as they allow light but still provide some privacy.
It may not be obvious to you that your doona cover has faded over time, but prospective buyers will see it.
Home styling experts suggest white bed linen as it is hotel-like, and crisp white towels and linens give off the feeling of indulgence to buyers. Add high pillows to complete the presentation.
With cushions, they add a dash of colour, and for towels displayed in the bathroom, make sure they are new and unused.
Add a homeliness vibe
Try to achieve a hotel look, but add a feeling of homeliness with fragrances, cleanliness and freshness.
Clean homes give buyers a sense of luxury because people don’t always get to live that way on a daily basis. Buyers need to feel the surreal cleanliness and a trace of freshness with fragrance.
On your kitchen bench, place herbs harvested from your garden as well bowls of fresh lemon. You can also fill a vase with fresh flowers or sprinkle a little cinnamon in the oven on a gentle heat so the fragrance wafts through the home.
The concept of using all available spaces has been put on the spotlight this past year. Therefore, outdoor spaces expanding further than a “comfortable” season are major selling points.
For example, putting outdoor blinds on your patio will serve like a mesh. It will block the heat and the brightness of the sun and allow air to flow freely. It will also prevent water from coming in when it rains. And when you put in blinds prospective buyers can effortlessly see a new, liveable space without effort.
And finally, choose matching colour or texture from the interiors of the home with the outdoor living spaces. Cushions, rugs or furniture items can allow the shift from indoors to outdoors smoothly.
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