Kitchens are the heart of the home. Indeed, they are an integral part of your home’s design and function. So they deserve a lot of attention when it comes to staging it for prospective buyers. Below, we talk through our best tips for staging your kitchen. These tips are also easily applicable to your home whether you’re looking to sell your property or not! Scroll on for our best (and easiest) ideas!
We love using canisters on our kitchen countertops. And there are a few things to consider when choosing the accessories that work best with your space. While you can find lots of great styles and colors to coordinate with your home’s design, we frequently use simple canisters made of stoneware, marble, or wood. These materials can be used in virtually any kitchen we stage.
To expand on our previous tip, the same rules of decluttering apply to your pantry. Invariably, home buyers will open cabinets, drawers, and pantries in order to assess the amount of storage space in your kitchen. But don’t deter them from making an offer on your home by leaving your shelves a mess. Use woven or wire baskets to organize your pantry staples into categories like baking, dry goods, and canned foods. Another great tip for the pantry is to opt for putting dry goods, like pasta, rice and grains into clear containers. It’s a stylish way to keep your pantry organized.
While getting rid of the clutter on your countertops and in your cabinets is important for staging a great looking kitchen, don’t devoid the space of all it’s personality. You want your kitchen to look functional and stylish. So, we like to sprinkle in a few accessories here and there. For example, an acacia wood fruit bowl looks great on a kitchen island. Got a French press? Stage a little coffee vignette. These small touches go a long way in making a kitchen feel inviting.
Dining spaces can be designed in a myriad of ways. But whether your home features a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen, or is an open floor plan, we use our staging pieces to highlight the dining options your home includes. So if you got a large kitchen island with room for dining stools, add them in! Can your dining space comfortably accommodate a table that seats six? Go for it. And while you’re at it, we love the idea of styling the table with a simple place setting. But if you prefer something more minimal, a fruit bowl or botanical centerpiece will do the trick.
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