I don't often write a lot about staging homes here on my blog. I've asked myself why dozens of times and I think I realized it's because a lot of solid design strategies just naturally work when staging a home. But then I realized maybe some of you may not realize that. So... if you read my design and decorating tips, and you're thinking of selling your home, ask yourself what would you do differently if the room you've now decorated needed to be staged. Sometimes it's just a matter of editing the room's contents, refining the layout or floor plan, and playing with placement and color. And sometimes it's a whole lot more.
Color has a major impact on selling a home. But what color do you choose? You want a color that highlights the architecture, wraps the room in warmth, and invites you in. These shades from Benjamin Moore are some of my favorites and should make a prospective buyer linger a while longer.
Manchester Tan HC-81, Monroe Bisque HC-26, Camouflage 2143-40, Carrington Beige HC-93, Shaker Beige HC-45, Nantucket Gray HC-111
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