Decorating to Increase Home Value

Decorating to Increase Home Value

An outdated stove sticks out If you can afford it, new appliances from a microwave, stove/oven, and refrigerator will have a direct affect on all of the kitchen decor. One amazing transformation you can make to cabinetry that appears outdated in anyway is to stain the wood another colour or paint the wood a solid white or black and replace all of the hand pulls. Unfortunately, kitchen cabinetry falls into this category first.

If a feature in your kitchen is “dated” as in it doesn’t flow with any theme, modern or classic, because it was bought in a past decade and popular in a past decade, it needs to be changed out. There is a difference between updated decor and timeless decor. Kitchens and dining rooms don’t have to feature contemporary style to be updated. Since we mentioned the kitchen first, we will start with kitchen and dining room decor. This article has a few valuable decorating ideas to increase buyer attention.

Decorating to Increase Home Value

Decorating to Increase Home Value

Decorating to Increase Home Value

Decorating to Increase Home Value

For example, you may know that the kitchen is the most valuable room in the house, and naturally the first room buyers are attracted to; therefore, small updates to the kitchen decor will increase the value of your home overall. There are a few decorating tricks that can be done throughout your home that add far more value than the money spent updating.  The things that will turn a buyer off (unusual, non-neutral paint colours, personal pictures, worn out furniture) can be turned around and used to attract buyers-we want a house we could really picture ourselves in!