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7 Décor Tips from Home Staging Experts

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7 Décor Tips from Home Staging Experts

Christine Sullivan December 12, 2019
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When your house is at least 5 years old from the time you bought it, it is now important
to look into making some improvements. In other words, a home makeover is in order.

In this article, I will go over some décor tips that are shared by some home staging
experts. You’re going to want to read the entire article as everything that I will say here
are quite useful for people that want to breathe some new life to their humble abode.

Did you know that aside from giving a reflection of you when you look at it, mirrors can
provide more light to your room? That’s right, mirrors not only reflect anything that is
within its peripheral vision but it also reflects the light that comes from different light
sources as well.

Putting some a mirror in every room in your house will allow light to shine brighter,
especially if you take advantage of natural lighting.

Your Master Bedroom is Very Important

Aside from the fact that you are going to sleep in this bedroom, your master bedroom
should be treated as if it were a hotel room. That means that you have to clean the
interior, give it a new paint job, and perhaps add some fresh new linens and plump
beddings as well.

Scent is Vital

Whether you’re going to have guests or not, your room should always smell nice and
clean so that you will actually want to stay there. To do that, you should never cheap out
on scented candles.
Scented candles last quite a while and they would definitely make a room more elegant
and inviting than not having them at all.

Install Adequate Lighting

Most people would assume that the only lighting that you need is one that you can
install on the ceiling because that will most likely illuminate the entire room. Although I
won’t argue with that, it is still important that you take advantage of subtle lighting as well.

For instance, you can make use of table lamps or wall sconces to set the mood lighting
to the right degree. Relying only on one light source is okay for practical reasons, but
you want to make sure that you’re getting the most out of your home, right?

Think About Layered Textures

Instead of having a completely flat wall, think about adding textures to it. This will create
more visual appeal and interest and doing so will not burn a hole in your pocket.

There is Always Room for Art

If you are going to buy paintings and other artworks (I suggest that you do), it is
important that you buy the bigger ones. It not only helps add visual appeal right off the
bat, but it will also turn into a great focal point, especially if you are inviting some people over.

Don’t Clutter Your Rooms Too Much

In this day and age, most interior designers follow a sense of minimalism in that the only
things that you put in your home are those that actually serve a purpose. De-clutter and
remove anything unnecessary.

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