Storage and Staging Tips for a Small Closet
When selling your home, don't forget to "stage" your closets and small spaces!
Home staging isn't just pretty flowers in the front yard and the perfectly set table
in the dining room, you're helping buyers see themselves living there, so it's something
that should be considered throughout the home. One of the most overlooked aspects of
home staging is the closet. All buyers will open drawers and closets, and when they do,
you want them to see a spacious place for all of their belongings.
How to Stage A Closet
1. Declutter and Remove – Yes that old adage about less-is-more when it comes to
home staging is true here too. Remove anything you don’t absolutely need, such
as winter coats or hiking gear.
2. Use Matching Hangers – This might sound odd, but replacing all your hangers which nice,
new, matching hangers creates an organized look.
3. Keep Floor Clutter Free – Nothing should be on the floor if at all possible. Place everything
on a shelf if at all possible.
4. Organize by Color – This is one of the easiest ways to make your closet seem more luxurious.
Once you have them arranged by color, then group by length as well.
5. Add Soft Lighting – Not too low, but gentle lighting makes the space seem bigger and more inviting.
Staging is essential to attract home buyers. As part of your overall strategy, remember closets, drawers
and other small spaces which might not seem as important, but done well will make a big impact to your buyers.
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