Yep, It is that time of year when the air gets crisp and cold, holidays are in full swing and Pantone reveals their color of the year!
What is the PANTONE Color of the Year?
“A symbolic color selection; a color snapshot of what we see taking place in our global culture that serves as an expression of a mood and an attitude.”~Pantone
This is the color that for the following year will take the lead and will dictate fashion whether home fashion or runway.
Pantone has chosen: “Greenery” a bright green, clean and crisp.
Pantone describes “Greenery” as “A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings.”
In this high tech world we live in it is nice to get back to nature inspired colors. Adds warmth and freshness. Think of green apples, a meadow, trees.
“Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew. Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors, the fortifying attributes of Greenery signals consumers to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.
Greenery is nature’s neutral. The more submerged people are in modern life, the greater their innate craving to immerse themselves in the physical beauty and inherent unity of the natural world. This shift is reflected by the proliferation of all things expressive of Greenery in daily lives through urban planning, architecture, lifestyle and design choices globally. A constant on the periphery, Greenery is now being pulled to the forefront – it is an omnipresent hue around the world.
A life-affirming shade, Greenery is also emblematic of the pursuit of personal passions and vitality.”~Pantone
How to stay with current trends when they are not your favorite? Use it sparingly. Use it as an accent piece or small accessory, such as a vase , throw or pillow.
“Nature’s neutral, PANTONE Greenery is a versatile “trans-seasonal” shade that lends itself to many color combinations. As Greenery is paired with neutrals, brights, deeper shades, pastels, metallics and even the enduring presence of PANTONE Color of the Year 2016, Rose Quartz and Serenity. These palettes easily cross over fashion, beauty, product and graphic design applications.” ~Pantone
Check out Pantone.com for other color pairings.
Style My Space will be using “Greenery”as a fresh pop of color that will enhance any style. Here are some great ideas using this exciting shade of green.
Trending Fall Palette
A coveted mix of muted and bold, these awe-worthy autumn tones are to fall for.
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Creating a great first impression is everything when selling your home. Buying a home is very emotional and though a potential buyer may have a long list of wants for their future abode those will pale in comparison to the feeling a buyer gets the first time he or she steps into your home.
Making sure that your home is appealing and appears up to date is a critical part of selling your home. One of the quickest ways to give your home a face-lift is a careful consideration of the color palette. Think of your homes color palette as an important backdrop; it sets the stage for the furnishings and decorations that give rooms a clean updated feel. Paint is one of the easiest updates you can apply to your home but it is also one that causes many sellers and agents a like, a lot of headache. Picking the right paint color is imperative because the wrong color inside or out can turn clients off to the home.
So, How do you pick the right paint color?
First, please remember that this is not an interior design choice and should have nothing to do with your personal favorite colors. The goal here is to choose neutral colors that will appeal to the largest amount of potential buyers. Neutral paint colors are restful, uncomplicated, and versatile. Below we have seven color suggestions that are light, neutral and (in our experience) work for making a home universally more appealing.
HC-173 Edgecomb Gray
By Benjamin Moore
This easy taupe-gray is gorgeous and neutral. It pairs amazing with bright white molding details!
read more on benjaminmoore.com
2137-60 Grey Owl
By Benjamin Moore
“Gray is the new white” Gray Owl is always classy and light. It is a universal color that lets you play in the gray!
By Dunn Edwards
Looking to bring some warmth into a large space? Larger room feeling too cold? Birchwood is here to save you! This creamy warm neural from Dunn Edwards Ranch/Modern Desert
collection brings a big punch of warmth to large spaces. It also looks gorgeous with classic white trim or with wood accents.
Read More on www.dunnedwards.com
DET648 White Picket Fence
By Dunn Edwards
Part of the Then and Now collection White Picket Fence is perfect for lofts, mid-century spaces and creating a clean contemporary back drop.
SW 7036 Accessible Beige
By Sherwin Williams
One of the most popular wall colors for flippers! Why you ask? Because it is a perfect creamy neutral that can stand on its own or pair perfectly with an accent wall.
SW 6204 Sea Salt
By Sherwin Williams
This beautiful green-gray is part of the Coastal Cool Collection and adds a touch of “spa” feel to bathrooms and laundry rooms with out going overboard. Every time I see it on a wall I think “this is the color of Zen”
SW 9173 Shiitake
By Sherwin Williams
Looking for a tan that looks and feels rich? Well Shiitake is a yummy neutral that adds a touch of class to any space! It is still light enough for smaller homes.
DEW394 Cascading White
By Dunn Edwards
Need a white? Well you are in luck! We recently went to a class at Dunn Edwards and found out that Cascading White is the most requested white that they have. It is the “new” white. It pairs so perfectly with Dunn Edwards Silver Fox (DE6289) that you can literally feel a wave of relaxation wash over you seeing them side-by-side. But of course it is white so it really pairs with everything.
SW 6105 Divine White By Sherwin Williams
HC – 170 Stonington Gray By Benjamin Moore
HC – 172 Revere Pewter By Benjamin Moore
What is the difference between Vintage and Antique? They both mean “OLD” right? Well, not so fast…
There are many new products being made with vintage in mind or being called “vintage” so how does one tell the difference? And just because it was new a couple of decades ago doesn’t mean it’s an antique either.
This article from ElleDecor Magazine will shed some light on this confusion:
With Balance and tranquility, Pantone is offering a blending of two shades this year.
INTRODUCING ROSE QUARTZ & SERENITY
ROSE QUARTZ & SERENITY
PANTONE 13-1520 & PANTONE 15-3919
A softer take on color for 2016: For the first time, the blending of two shades – Rose Quartz and Serenity are chosen as the PANTONE Color of the Year
As consumers seek mindfulness and well-being as an antidote to modern day stresses, welcoming colors that psychologically fulfill our yearning for reassurance and security are becoming more prominent. Joined together, Rose Quartz and Serenity demonstrate an inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue, reflecting connection and wellness as well as a soothing sense of order and peace.
The prevalent combination of Rose Quartz and Serenity also challenges traditional perceptions of color association.
In many parts of the world we are experiencing a gender blur as it relates to fashion, which has in turn impacted color trends throughout all other areas of design. This more unilateral approach to color is coinciding with societal movements toward gender equality and fluidity, the consumer’s increased comfort with using color as a form of expression, a generation that has less concern about being typecast or judged and an open exchange of digital information that has opened our eyes to different approaches to color usage.
Lee_Eisemann Pantone Color of the Year 2016 ROSE QUARTZ & SERENITY
Beautiful balance of these two shades pair nicely with many other colors and textures.
PANTONE COLOR OF THE YEAR 2016 – Rose Quartz 13-1520 & Serenity 15-3919
From The New York Times:
The Art of Home Staging
The practice of home staging has long elicited strong reactions. But as staging has evolved, more real estate professionals stress its importance.
Read More on www.nytimes.com
This article really shows the evolution of Home Staging not only with ideology but in pricing as well.
5 Ways With an 8-by-5-Foot Bathroom
Look to these bathroom makeovers to learn about budgets, special features, splurging, saving and more!
As Stagers or Interior Designers, we often are asked to use a “Modern” style only to find out the client really means a “Contemporary” Style. Here is a wonderful article that explains the difference of the two styles and why they are often confused.
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Just like fashion, health claims, and the economy, colors follow trends. Each year brings new attention to a portion of the color wheel, and it is important to stay abreast of these trends as an interior designer. After all, being trendy is highly valued by consumers and entire rooms are redecorated to reflect what is “in” versus what is rapidly becoming “out.” A major challenge in design is predicting the trends and recognizing what may become a classic and timeless design, and what will be dated before it is even finished being implemented in a design.
So what are the colors of 2013 and why were they chosen? Each color evokes its own mood, energy, feeling, and overall vibe intended to be played out throughout the year. They are a prediction of sorts, but whether the predictions are accurate has very little bearing on their popularity in the design world.
Pantene is considered the leading color trend creator in all color-based industries: design, fashion, makeup, etc. For 2013 the Color of the Year is Emerald. Intended to represent liveliness, radiance, and lushness, Emerald brings elegance and a sense of luxury to a room. As for the intended feelings associated with Emerald? A sense of well being, harmony, and balance will supposedly follow utilizing this jeweled green.
Also a green—though a less vibrant shade—this Color of the Year softens the mood to simplistic prettiness. More mid-century modest rather than modern flashy, Aloe is intended to mimic its plant inspiration by soothing and calming a room’s energy. It also nicely complements neutrals and pastels, making it a versatile choice in the design scheme.
Benjamin Moore’s Lemon Sorbet
Lemon Sorbet’s selling point as a Color of the Year is its role as a “transitional” color. Benjamin Moore has predicted that 2014 will be the year of the pastels, and as such Lemon Sorbet is a perfect bridge from the current saturated color tones. The color brightens an atmosphere without overloading the senses, akin to tea’s mild compared to coffee’s powerful dose of caffeine.
Color trends are fun to incorporate and really make a space feel trendy and fashionable. Even so, when designing a room, it is important to keep in mind that trends fade and the colors of today will be replaced a year from now. Thus it is a good tactic to use Colors of the Year primarily as accent pieces such as lamps, clocks, throw pillows, and such or as part of a more overall color scheme (for example Aloe lends itself well to pastel yellows, blues, and browns that can characterize a child’s room or nursery). Knowing the color trends is exciting and inspiring, and integrating them into your designs will keep your work fresh and your clients happy.
When your home is on the market, it becomes a product for sale and just like other products for sale, shoppers will be heavily weighing where to invest their hard-earned dollars. As they will be comparing your property with others, it is critical to be objective about anything in your home that they may perceive as a reason “not to buy”.
In a 2007 survey of over 2,000 Realtors, agents estimated that staging your home for better presentation yielded a 343% return on investment. Sure you can also lower your asking price instead but typically it is less costly to replace, update or clean the area and present a fresh new space.
Check out the dramatic changes you can make in 5 simple steps.
#1 Leverage your homes attributes
Did you know that your property already contains things buyers are willing to pay more money for? Just like the bells and whistles on a sports car, these home features need to be showcased to their full potential so buyers can make their best and highest offer.
– attractive curb appeal and yard
– windows with views of mountains, water, skyline, nature, cityscapes
– high ceilings
– spacious rooms that feel luxurious
– eat-in kitchen bars
– updated or new features
Showcase these areas by drawing attention to them with pops of color and a clear line of sight to the area
#2 Fix Potential Reasons Not to Buy
Repair, clean or replace the things that could deter a potential buyer from making an offer such as:
– carpet that needs cleaning or replacing
– outdated fixtures or flooring
– chipped, scuffed or dark colored paint
– anything in the home that is dirty or stained
– deferred maintenance issues
#3 Show a Light, Bright and Spacious Home
Nothing sells faster than an environment that replicates a restful retreat from busy lives. You can create that feeling in your home by:
– opening up all windows to let in as much light as possible
– add plants to bring the “outdoors in”
– lighten dark areas with no windows with lamp lighting – even during a daytime showing!
– Showcase more space by removing excess furniture, anything being stored on the floor and eliminating countertop clutter. Remember my personal quote, “Expansive Feels Expensive!
Did you know that by removing some of the items in your home you can actually attract more buyers?
– remove family photos that remind buyers that they are a visitor in someone else’s home rather than envisioning themselves in the space
– remove personal collections that can make a space feel cluttered and un-relatable to buyers who have different tastes
– tone down “extreme themes” with a little more of the mainstream to appeal to a broader scope of buyers
#5 Create a Designer Interior that sells 67% faster
You only have 1 chance to make a first impression. Potential buyers are looking to make one of the biggest investments of their lives and they are hoping to find the one gem within their budget that looks and feels as if they paid a fortune. Creating designer touches throughout the home will help you sell for more money. Things like:
– a sophisticated, warm paint palette – if you will be painting anyway, you can create an expensive feeling with the right color paint in a neutral base.
– creating warm and inviting seating areas that help buyers envision spending time with family and friends
– utilizing accent colors sparingly and to draw attention features. Too much or too many colors make a space feel cluttered and not pulled together
– remove outdated pieces of furniture to create a fresher look to the home
– update kitchen and bath areas with simple, inexpensive changes such as new knobs, paint, new flooring, lighting or faucets.
Get paid to stage your home by increasing your return on investment by 343%. If you would like help creating an upscale, designer environment that will appeal to more buyers and sell your home for more money, consider hiring a professional stager. For more information, visit http://www.StyleMySpace.com
Getting a house market ready does not have to be expensive, nor does it have to take a lot of work. Once your house is on the market it is no longer a home, it is a now product and you must present it as such. You have to make sure it is clean and organized and looking beautiful. Home buyers are looking for homes that are presented as a desirable product; therefore you want your house to standout above the rest.
Save time and think about hiring a professional to stage your house. It is the best investment when selling your property. Do not spend countless hours your time staging the home yourself. Professional Home Stagers have the years of experience and training to know what it takes to stage a home for it to look beautiful and for it to sell FAST. They have an arsenal of accessories and furnishings that will bring your home to life and give it the look and feel home buyers are looking for.
When staging your house, weather you decide to do it yourself or hire a pro, keep in mind you should save on space. You do not need to stage every room in the house. Keep it to a minimum and only stage the main living areas: Kitchen, Living room, Master Bedroom. Professional home stagers stage these rooms in such a way that allow the potential home buyers envision moving in their own belongings. This is key when your house in on the market!
If you are deciding to stage the house yourself you can save a lot of time and effort by saving your own furniture. If your furniture is still in good shape dress it up and move it around to create a focal point in the room. You don’t have to think about buying a rug if you have hardwood floors, s how off what you have, buyers love to see everything, especially wood floors.
Most of all save on time by doing your research. Find out if there is a Professional Home Stager in your area and ask for a quote. Look for ideas on the web for Home Staging Tips if you decide to stage the home yourself. For more Home Staging Tips you can follow our Blog right here at Style My Space.
Your new business name – before you start
So a few things with choosing a business name that helps brand you quickly and bring in the bucks.
The 3 things you’ll want to remember
– Make it catchy, memorable and short like Style My Space
– Your name should SCREAM what you do very clearly like The Pet Sitters
– EVERYONE searches the internet for businesses these days. Chances are you will need a website. Make sure the dot com is available for your name without extra words, hyphens, underscores, etc. Even when your name is ebay, then ebay.com needs to be available. Who would remember to type in ebay_store.biz?
How to develop your new business name
If you will want to go into other segments of an industry, you will want to have a name that attracts that client base as well. I made the mistake when I launched my home staging and design business of naming myself Prepared to Sell Home Staging.
At the time, I didn’t realize I would want to eventually service other sectors of the market. When I reached that point in my business where I wanted to expand my services, I had to ask myself why I wasn’t getting any clients. It took me a while to realize that home owners that are not for sale but wanted to redesign their home or receive advice on remodeling their home wouldn’t call a designer whose business name was Prepared to Sell. And really, what does Prepared to Sell mean? I could have been teaching a sales class with a name like that.
So I decided I wasn’t doing myself any favors and changed my name to Style My Space which was not only costly, but confusing to my current clients and I feel like I lost some business along the way. Suffice to say, picking the perfect name from the beginning can be hard and time consuming but worth it in the end.
In hind sight, I have a few suggestions to picking a business name that is right for you.
First decide what you elements you want your business to portray. Is it fun, business”y” or sophisticated? Then determine what words are in alignment with the way you want your business name to feel and write them all down. Keep working with this list until you have a combination that rmeets the above requirements and rolls off the tongue.
The best name is a catchy name because it’s easy to remember, helps brand your business and should reflect what your business is about immediately without pigeon-holing you into one market segment. Don’t forget, the dot com needs to be available without any extra words, hyphens or underscores that no one will remember to type in. If you’re not on the first page of Google, at least if you have the dot com to a catchy name, some people who have met you in the past may still be able to find you even if they can’t find your business card. To see if a dot com is available, go to http://www.godaddy.com to search for available domain names.
Kim Kapellusch is the owner of Style My Space Home Staging & Design and currently teaches the Premier Home Staging Certification Course at The Academy of Home Staigng in Los Angeles. For more information, visit the sites at http://www.StyleMySpace.com and http://www.TheAcademyOfHomeStaging.com.
Pinterest is no longer just for the everyday person who wants crafty decorating ideas for their home; it can be a highly beneficial tool for people interested in or already in the design field. For instance, Pinterest can be used to identify the trends that are circling around in the interior design world. Are kitchens moving more towards sleek modernism or back to rustic chic? The most commonly pinned posts can give you a general idea.
Use Pinterest as a source for inspiration for current projects. Pin the rooms and designs that you find interesting, innovative, and classic, essentially that fits whichever adjective you are in need of at the moment. Suddenly you have a whole internet source full of inspiration and jumping-off points for your imagination.
It is also important to note that the average client of a designer has probably used Pinterest. This means that your customer knows what is popular, possible, and frequently pinned. Doing your own pinning (or at least browsing through those of other interior designers) will keep you knowledgeable and on the same page with your clients.
Here are some suggestions for Pinterest designers with inspiring photos:
Modern and energy efficient: 361 Architecture of San Francisco, CA
Modern with a funky flair: Almost 40-Year Old Intern of Los Angeles, CA
Lots of Color: AphroChic of Philadelphia, PA; CasaBella Interiors of Brandon, MS; RoomFu Knockout Interiors of Austin, TX
Classic and simple: Kathleen DiPaolo of Newport Beach, CA; Danielle Murietta of North Tustin, CA; Brilliante Interiors of Vancouver, BC
Glam and luxe: Britany Simon of Phoenix, AZ; Emily Henderson of Los Angeles, CA; Erica Cook of Calgary, AB; Mrs. Lilien of San Diego, CA
These Pinterest interior designers are just the beginning of what is out there on the site for inspiration and knowledge of current trends. So make a profile and start following other interior designers to truly utilize all the resources at your disposal.
Staging your home to attract buyers attention requires decorating, designing, organizing, and de-cluttering along with a Q-tip clean presentation. Organizing the cleaning tasks can be more manageable with the following checklist:
Cut and trim
Put away all lawn equipment, bikes, and toys
Remove all weeds, rocks, and debris from flowerbeds (and concrete cracks)
Wash the driveway and sidewalks
The Rest of the Outside
Trim bushes and trees
Patch any wood rot on the outside walls
Paint/repaint all fences, siding, house numbers, mailboxes, etc.
Repair or replace broken shingles and flashings
Clean out gutters, downspouts, siding, trim, and shutters
Clean inside kitchen cabinets (also a good excuse to multitask with some cleaning out kitchen cabinets)
Clean sinks and other reflective surfaces
Clean and keep all dishes put away every day
Clean kitchen exhaust fan, filters, and hoods
Clean oven, stovetop, and burners
Clean all countertops and other surfaces
Clean floors, toilets, showers, and sinks
Clean and polish light fixtures
Polish all woodwork
Deep clean carpets and wash floors
Clean baseboards and trim
Wash doors and doorjambs, especially in the house entryway
Clean all window screens and storm doors
For other suggestions on how to stage your home, visit our website for more downloadable documents here:
or call me for more information regarding staging services at:
Kim Kapellusch – 818.726.6429
The home office: The most cluttered and disorganized room in your house may tempt you to just close the door when showing around potential home buyers. You had the best of intentions when you converted that extra building into your office, but it rarely stayed clean and it was subjected to your ideas of organized chaos. But walk-throughs of your for-sale home are not going to avoid the office space just because it’s messy, they are going to view it anyway, and therefore it is up to you to stage it to best sell your house.
Keep the furniture simple and ergonomically designed. Your desk, chair, computer, and keyboard should be positioned to look comfortable, but also functional. Keep the surfaces clutter-free by using organizers and proper storage systems. The craziness may work for your own time, but for your potential buyers it just looks messy and detracts from the overall quality of the room. Simple furniture and clear counters also highlight the size of the room, making a big room look even larger and a small room look spacious.
Home buyers always look for sources of natural light, so enhance any windows with decorative window treatments. If the office doesn’t have any windows, install a source of overhead light. Add one or two other light sources such as floor lamps and a desk lamp near the computer. Stores carry a variety of fixture styles, so make sure that the light fixtures tie in with the style of your furniture.
Filling empty wall space with family photos or artwork will add a personal touch to the office. But as with any wall décor, there is a balance. Arrange one or two pictures in a frame on the desk and then add a few to a long wall to break up any emptiness. Beware of overloading your side surfaces; a wall can become just as cluttered as a desk.
With a coordinating theme and style of decorating used consistently through the room, the home office can be a highlight of a house showing. But neglecting to put the same effort into the office as you put into the rest of the house can be detrimental to your possible offers.
1. CREATE AN UPSCALE ENVIRONMENT
Every buyer aspires to own something they are proud of and that their family and friends would be impressed with. Producing this type of an experience in a home is easy with the right elements. To ascertain whether this is happening in your property, ask yourself objectively in each room if the space feels expensive and luxurious. Even in an entry level home, there are ways to create a feeling of luxury. In general, this means fresh and stylish pieces. Remove outdated pieces and replace with new. In a master, you just need a bed, fresh bedding, 2 night stands and some art at minimum, so even if all the pieces are outdated, start with new night stands which you can purchase, borrow from a friend or rent from your favorite stager Kim Kapellusch (818.726.6429). Add a nice lamp on each night stand (great deals at Home Goods or Marshalls if needed) and some fresh new bedding. Add artwork and you will have a master retreat that has buyers sold! Again, all these items can be rented from me if that is a better option.
The color of the master bedroom should definitely be warm, peaceful and neutral. Colors like beige, brown and green or dark red as an accent color will feel comfortable for both men and women. Colors that are very feminine or masculine should be altered to appeal to both genders thereby generating the most interest possible.
The idea behind creating a restful and spa-like master bedroom is to create that ‘wow’ factor in the buyers most intimate and personal space. Try to incorporate everything and make it blend together style-wise. Take out extra pieces to make the room feel as large and spacious as possible. Night stands should have a lamp and at most, 1 or 2 other decorative accessories. Put away phones, alarm clocks and functional items that are not in line with the restful theme. TV’s should not be visible in master bedrooms whenever possible. New bedding with fresh bed pillows is a must. If a home owner’s bedding needs an update, Ross has many great choices typically ranging between $49 – $79.
4. KEEP IT GENDER NEUTRAL
The furniture and accessories should not point to one gender. Things like the pillows, bedding, drapes and rugs should be neutral hence having designs and themes that are not too feminine or masculine. Having fluffy things and stuffed animals in a master will be biased as would sport items and icons. Being neutral is the key since we will want to appeal to both men and women.
There are different types of flooring options available today. Vinyl was the commonly known option for its durability and affordability. In general it is considered to be very affordable and easy to install. They assist home owners to minimize on their budget of hiring contractors in that they allow self-performance. Vinyl is considered by experts most suitable for wet floors like the bathroom and kitchen. This is due to its non-absorbent characteristic that also makes it very easy to clean. It is less likely to fade from any exposure to direct sunlight.
Ceramic flooring has an advantage of added durability for a smaller cost. It is still very much in demand today. It gives your home a very beautiful look and it can last for decades if proper care is taken. Ceramic flooring is water proof and can be used on counter tops of floor tiles, indoors and also outdoors. It is mostly considered for outdoor because of the possibility of standing water. It makes it easy to clean dirt or mud from outside. This type of finishing is also commonly used in bathrooms as it gives a durable and attractive look. It comes in different styles and looks and makes it easy to fit in any room of the house. Ceramic flooring is also very easy to install, anyone can lay it if they follow the instructions.
Hardwood flooring has been around for centuries. This is because of their natural beauty and durability. Hardwood flooring adds value to your home and a lifetime of beauty. It is becoming very popular to use hardwood flooring in the kitchen and the rest of your home. It has a very classic look and works well with nearly any kind of décor. They can last for a very long time with minimal care and also offers a flexible installation option. Professional installation is however recommended for this kind of flooring but if you are experience enough you can do it on your own.
Bamboo flooring is very new in the flooring industry. It is actually not wood but grass and that makes it very environmental friendly. It can be harvested without killing trees. It is inexpensive to use and works well with any décor. Bamboo flooring is very stylish, durable and versatile. The unique variation of color comes from the carbonization of bamboo and gives it a dark brown honey like color and also light tan.
Laminate flooring is the best alternatives to hardwoods if you do not want to commit a lot of expenses and time to care for them. They have a four layer construction which makes them very durable. It is a popular choice due to their low on cost and also easy to install. Laminate flooring is practically resistant to scratches, chipping or burns and is best used on high traffic areas.
A home stager should help prepare your home for sale. The goal is to make the home attractive to the highest number potential buyers. Flooring of the house is important in this case and from the help of a home stager you should get tips on how to make the house attractive with minimal cost. A home stager should give you the different options of flooring’s and also the most preferred by many people. This makes the process of selling the house very easy.