7 Home Makeover Tips for Decorating and Selling

June 16, 2022

 

 

At some point in life, there will come a time when you need to sell your home. You may be looking to move somewhere else for work, may simply want to downsize, or might want a change of scenery for one reason or another.

However, before you sell, it can be a good idea to give your home a bit of a makeover. This can help make it easier to sell, and could fetch you a higher selling price in some cases, too. But what should you do in and around your home in terms of looks and decor to make selling easier? Without any further ado, let’s go over some home makeover and decorating tips to help you sell your home.

Use Plants

If you want to make your home as inviting and welcoming as possible, consider decorating with plants. They help a space appear more natural, and breathe new life into any room, from a bedroom, to the kitchen, to the bathroom. If you are listing your home and have people coming to visit and check it out, plants can be a great and affordable option to include wherever you can. They instantly put a smile on people’s faces with their looks, while also smelling amazing.

Flowers and plants come in all different shapes, sizes, and colors as well. So no matter what your space looks like or how large it is, flowers and plants can improve it. There are many ways in which your green thumb can help you sell your home, so don’t be afraid to get creative with your plants either.

Don’t Forget About the Outdoors

 

While decorating the inside of your home is important, don’t forget about the outside. Your yard also deserves a makeover, and it is often the backyard that seals the deal for people looking to buy a home. The space should look good, be clean, and be functional for entertaining, playing with pets, and more.

Also, the curb appeal of your home is also very important. Improving your curb appeal is one of the best ways to increase property values, and can put people in the right frame of mind as soon as they see your home from the street. Some great ways to give your curb appeal a boost is to ensure your walkways are clear, the siding looks good, and the space is landscaped well.

Even if the inside of the home is wonderful, a bad first impression can be hard to shake, so make sure you put a lot of effort into making sure the curb appeal is high-quality.

Declutter the Space

Sometimes, one of the best things you can do in terms of decorating your home is simplifying how it looks. Many homes are too full of “stuff” and this makes it look a little cramped and cluttered. Before showing your home, try and declutter the space as best as possible.

Ensure all hallways are clear, tables and counters aren’t overloaded with items, and you want to make sure people aren’t overwhelmed when viewing a space. You want them to see the potential of the home for themselves, and having it full of your own personal items can ruin this for some people.

Keep Things Neutral

If your goal is to improve the look of your home before you sell it, one of the most intelligent things to do is to make it as neutral as possible. The walls should be neutral, the artwork should be something that won’t offend anyone, and things like rugs and other decor shouldn’t be too polarizing.

Some people may like brightly colored artwork or pink and yellow walls, but most people prefer neutral tones, so it is a safer choice. You want your home to appeal to as many potential buyers as possible, so try not to include anything that could instantly turn people away.

Ensure the Home Flows Well

The flow that a home has is another very important thing, yet is underrated by many homeowners. A home should flow well from room to room, and look like a cohesive space. If one room is completely different from the next, it can be jarring and ruin the appeal of a home in some cases.

This goes for things like color, decor, and overall vibe. While some people may like each room being different, keeping everything relatively similar from space to space is likely to appeal to more people, which is important when trying to find a buyer.

Clean and Make the Necessary Repairs

Cleaning up a home before decorating and showing it is something that everyone should do. Nothing can turn off potential buyers quite like a dirty home. Make sure to sweep, wash the floors, wash the carpets and walls, and dust things like tables and furniture. This might take a bit of time and some work, but it can make a noticeable difference in terms of

Also, if there are any things that are broken and damaged, you may want to fix them up before putting your home up for sale. Not every single thing in the home needs to be perfect, but making major repairs can certainly help you sell a home easier, and for more money. Many people don’t want to buy a fixer-upper, so make sure to

Get the Lighting Right

A big part of the decor in any home is the lighting. Nearly every room will have a light fixture or two, and these are often some of the first things people notice when visiting somewhere new. Make sure the lighting choices fit the space, and provide enough light for the area.

In addition to the fixtures themselves, think long and hard about the bulbs you want to use. Bulbs come in many different shades, colors, and brightness levels, so take time to choose what will work best. A bright light is often okay in places like the kitchen or bathroom, but living rooms and bedrooms can often benefit from something a little more soft and dimmed.

In conclusion, these home makeover tips will be able to help you decorate your home beautifully, and have an easier time selling it.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Thomas P
I believe in making the impossible possible because there’s no fun in giving up. Travel, design, fashion and current trends in the field of industrial construction are topics that I enjoy writing about.

LEGAL

Welcome to Urban Splatter, the blog about eccentric luxury real estate and celebrity houses for the inquisitive fans interested in lifestyle and design. Also find the latest architecture, construction, home improvement and travel posts.

SHOPPING

linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram