SMALL-SCALE FURNITURE GOES A LONG WAY
Full-size sofas can be convenient when it comes to seating arrangements, and armchairs can be comfortable, but both are also bulky and space-consuming. Small-scale furniture is the way to go when it comes to living room upgrades. Look for small loveseats, settees, and chairs that work with your style, theme, and space. Small furniture will give the buyer the impression that your living room is larger than it is and allow them to picture their own furniture, decorations, and belongings within the room.
SMALL SIDE AND COFFEE TABLES
Having a few small side tables works better than having a large coffee table and large side tables because it allows people to maneuver around the room more efficiently. Often, there is only one walking path in a living room, which creates a choke point. Multiple paths around smaller furniture create a better environment for open house showings and individual viewings. Smaller tables allow the buyer to see more of the available space and better envision how they would style the living room should they choose to purchase your home.
STAGING TIPS FOR THE LIVIN R THE LIVING ROOM
Following are just a few simple bullet points on staging tips for the living room that will help you get your house ready for sale. • Remove or minimize all personal items from the room, such as figurines your child made in art class, family photos, or pet photos.
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