Bathrooms are often overlooked in the home staging process. Most homeowners and real estate agents assume that a clean, uncluttered bathroom is sufficient for prospective buyers. But leaving it at that is a missed opportunity. Although bathrooms are usually the smallest rooms in a house, there are a number of ways to make them attractive and inviting to buyers.
Any home on the market benefits from professional staging, but staging is not a one-size-fits-all process. Combining the art of interior design and strategic marketing, home staging requires a little more effort and forethought when luxury properties are involved.
The kitchen is the heart of the home. It's where families gather to prepare food, share meals, and have meaningful conversations. When buyers check out an open house, they spend a significant amount of time inspecting the kitchen for functionality, comfort, and the potential for social connection.
Staging can make a tremendous difference in how quickly you sell your home. According to last year's Profile of Home Staging from the National Association of REALTORS, 39% of sellers' agents said that staging a home greatly decreases the amount of time it's on the market.