The Front Entry: Whether a gracious proportioned center-hall or a small space just large enough for a coat rack and a tiny table, this part of your home deserves your particular attention.
• 42. Study your entry hall and ask yourself what kind of impression it makes for your home. Dried flowers or a small plant can make a striking focal point on a hall table any time of the year.
• 43. Virtually any entry hall will benefit from a well-placed mirror to enlarge the area.
• 44. Your entry hall's flooring will be observed carefully by the prospective-buyer. Make sure the surface is spotless and add a small rug to protect the area during showings.
• 45. The entry hall closet is the first one inspected. Make it appear roomy. Add a few extra hangers. Hang a bag of cedar chips or a pomander ball to give a pleasant, fresh scent. Remove all off-season clothing.