Thu 18 Feb 2016
First Impressions Do Count The entrance door and hall creates the remembering first impression to a viewer so make sure its the right impression! This could mean painting it in a neutral colour; this could make it feel larger, with more space. Remove any bulky furniture to use the space you have and upgrade the lighting. If you feel you need a dash of colour, accessorize with a vase and some flowers or a rug. De-clutter Your Home De-clutter your home but don't depersonalize completely! Clearing or all the excess personal items in your home doesn't necessarily mean you need to get rid; give it to a friend or out it in storage. People viewing your home need to envisage what the property would look like if they were living there. Some often find this difficult so try making it easy for them to see all of the fantastic living space you have to offer. Leave some personality, accessorizing correctly, brightening darker rooms by reflecting light using mirrors, lights and windows for natural light. Make the most of your home! Consider removing or rearranging bulky furniture that makes the room feel small and try replacing it with smaller furniture, this gives the room a lighter and more open feel.
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