Interior design tips to help sell your house more quickly
Don't scare potential buyers away
Finish those little DIY jobs you never got quite around to. A loose skirting board or wonky kitchen cabinet door etc.
Don't give the impression there is a lack of storage. Children's toys should be tidied away and should not be outside the children's rooms.
Give the impression of space
Only have furniture that fits in the space. If you have to walk around a piece of furniture then it's too big or there's too much of it. A potential buyer will think the space is small so put it into storage.
Brighten things up
Rooms with small windows need light colours. Generally all rooms should have light colours, but don't paint magnolia everywhere.
Hide any holes and cracks
Use an instant plaster filler or decorator's caulk to hide all cracks and small holes.
Soften the mood
Use throws and cushions to soften the look andmcreate a nice atmosphere
If you have dark, empty corners, use a small table lamp to create an ambience and brighten up the space
Hide ugly views
Blinds and curtains on the window do wonders to hide nasty views or just to soften a room
Make sure that colours match and don't use very personal themes like Moroccan or animal print
Make it cosy and welcoming
Place flowers in vases around the house (don't overdue it though) and colourful fruits in a bowl on the kitchen table. Make a cup of coffee just before the viewers come and if it happens to be on the weekend have a cake freshly baked somewhere in the kitchen, the smell is unbeatable