When you list your home, you want to do everything possible to make it appealing to buyers. And while you might think only big projects will make an impact, the truth is, simple home decor can make a big impact on potential buyers—and help your home sell.

A recent video from Realtor.com outlined three simple home decor touches that can up your property’s appeal and help it sell faster, including:

  • Fresh flowers. Fresh flowers create a warm, inviting vibe in your home—and because a warm, inviting atmosphere is what most buyers are looking for, fresh flowers are a great way to make a big impact with minimal cost.
  • Proper lighting. Buyers tend to gravitate towards light-filled spaces. If your home doesn’t have a lot of natural light, make sure to install good lighting throughout your home to give the appearance of a more light space.
  • Blue. Color psychology shows that the color blue makes people feel calm and relaxed—which is exactly what people want to feel in their home. Try painting the walls a soothing shade of blue or incorporating the color into your decor (for example, by incorporating a piece of art, a rug, or throw pillows).

Sometimes, the smallest things can have the biggest impact. And if you want to make a real impact on your buyers (and sell your home), you should definitely consider adding these home decor touches before you list your property.

I know the importance of what decor staging can do for the photography of your home.  It is a part of my service to list your property.

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Carol  Ellis

Carol Ellis

Realtor, Buyer's Agent, Seller's Agent

Sell your home now! A Realtor® in Georgia experienced to sell your home quickly. Relax and leave the real estate selling to an experienced Realtor® who can sell your home in less time and for the most money. Sell a 2nd home or a rental that you no longer want or need.

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