Keenans Estate Agents Ltd - Interior Styling

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Presenting your home for the market

We approach each property with professional enthusiasm, regarding each house as an opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to detail in preparation for photography. No matter how large or small your property space we deliver the same high quality results.

First impressions count. Home buyers make up their minds within the first eight seconds of entering your property. Styling to sell is often difficult to do yourself as it involves making your home appeal to the widest possible audience.

Important questions to ask...

  • Is your home making the right first impression?
  • Are you confident at showcasing your home to entice potential buyers?
  • Are you maximising your property’s saleability?

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Increase saleability by Interior Styling

First Impressions

First Impressions

Clean the front door (even a lick of paint) to make a great first impression

Pack away coats and bags from the hallway to create space

Replace lightbulbs and set any open spaces with clean lines in mind

Living Areas

Living Areas

Create a spacious, airy feel by opening the windows and moving furniture away from the walls

Make sure distracting electrical equipment like TV’s and stereos are switched off

Dress the beds with fresh sheets ironed and pulled straight

Keep the bath, shower and floor spotless ahead of appointments

Kitchen Area

Kitchen Area

The comforting smell of fresh baking is a reminder of how central the kitchen is too our lifes

Clear the worktop surfaces and appliances too, sparkling kettles, toasters and microwaves give your home an inspirational feel

A gleaming, mopped floor is a quick way to make a good first impression

Exterior Areas

Exterior Areas

Hanging baskets and dressed garden spaces help visitors imagine their own decorative style

Driveway and pathways need to be clear, garages clutter free and any hedges or lawns need to be trimmed

DIY time - mend any broken fences, gates or walls that may damage the viewers perceptions

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