Think about giving your home a cool vibe like a hotel.

Dated: August 12 2019

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What I mean is that buyers are looking for a blank slate that they can envision making their very own. They don’t want your family pictures, unique style, or lived-in look. Instead, they want a house that represents endless opportunities.

How do you make this happen?

How do you get YOU out of the house when staging a home for sale? Think about giving your home a cool vibe like a hotel.

It’s one of the most successful open house ideas because it’s all about making your home into anyone’s house. Staging your home so that it feels like a hotel will help you sell it faster and for more money. But what does this look like? As your real estate agent I will be able to give you expert advice on how to achieve this. To ensure you have that hotel vibe, you’ll need to go through your home room-by-room and focus on a few key areas. a few things you can do to create that hotel vibe everywhere.



Bring in Light: Maximize the light throughout your home by removing drapes, cleaning windows, changing lampshades, and increasing bulb wattage.

Choose the Right Colors: Don’t slather your walls and furniture with bright, bold colors. Instead, follow the examples of upscale hotels with neutral palettes of warm gray, taupe, brown, and even black.

Create More Space: Add large mirrors and use appropriately proportioned furniture to create the illusion of more space in tight quarters.

Don’t Forget the Exterior: Don’t forget the outside of your home. Transform your back deck into a cozy outdoor living area, and make sure your front yard leaves a good first impression with a spruced-up yard, fresh exterior paint, and pops of color.

You don’t need a big budget or a brand-new home to create one that feels and looks like a hotel. All you need is a little bit of know-how and some elbow grease and anything is possible.


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Kenneth Manesse

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