It is crucial for property agents or home owners who wish to sell their property, to have a well staged property that will appeal to potential buyers. The following are some common mistakes in home staging which should be avoided when showcasing a property to customers.
Using decors of the same height and proportions
Accessories that are in same height and proportions can make a room look cramped and ‘stuffed’, with less space. This can create an illusion that there is not much space and that the room is smaller than it actually is.
Combining different interior design themes
Can’t decide between traditional and minimalism? What happens when you combine two different styles? Most likely, a confusing colour palette. Including a little bit of everything can make a room seem less cohesive. Perhaps its the furniture or the accessories, either way, the pieces would look like they do not relate to one another.
An open basket with things messily chucked inside can add to the ‘cluttered’ look of the property. Eliminating messy bits and corners should be a priority in home staging. You want your property to look as neat and clean as possible.
Hanging an art piece is a common part of any interior design style. However, art placement is also a common mistake anyone can easily make. Hanging an art piece too high or too low is one example, it can disrupt the existing flow of other pieces in a room, making it stand out and drawing people’s attention to it.
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