Staging a house during a recession may make sellers cringe at the thought of spending money just to "decorate" a house. Although some purchases may be beneficial, most homeowner can shop for free in their very own cupboards and closets. Take a look at some no-cost decorating/staging ideas below.
- Rolled hand towels
- Basket of mini soaps and lotions
- Decorative bottles
- Vase and flowers
The photo to the right displays two hand towels arranged on the counter for added color and softness to this area.
- Large pepper mill and salt shaker
- Jars of flour, sugar, etc.
- Glass vase with various color beans
- Platters from China set
- Fresh fruit
This kitchen (pictured left) is staged using fruit and decorative dishes.
- Neutral photo frames
- Throw blankets
- Extra pillows
- Empty jewelry box
The master bedroom in the photograph to the right was given an instant headboard using photo frames.
Hard times may call for drastic measures, but when sellers use their imagination and shop in their own cupboards and closets, they may save themselves a lot of money when staging their home.
KFM Staging & Design is a Minnesota home staging company that creates "First Impressions that Sell" in the Twin Cites and Western Wisconsin. KFM specializes in vacant staging and staging consultations. Visit our website for staging tips or to schedule your in-home or online consultation.
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