Luxury home staging is crucial part of the home selling process and it’s important to work with a team that fully understands your home’s potential. Check out our 6 Luxury Home Staging Tips on staging your luxury home to sell!

Go neutral

First of all, go neutral. Maintain color neutrality throughout the space to allow prospective buyers to visualize themselves in the home. Prospective home buyers are likely to be turned off by vibrant hues, viewing your home as an illegible candidate.

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Stage all rooms

Seems like it’s obvious but luxury homes require luxury home staging. Unlike other budget levels, all the rooms of a multi-million dollar home should be staged. With luxury buyers, comes luxury expectations – make sure the home staging in your listing exceeds them.

Showcase the luxury amenities

The beauty of luxury homes is that they almost always have a great deal to offer outside of a traditional home. So when getting your home staged, be sure your home stager goes the extra mile to highlight unique amenities. Showcase the full potential of the home. If the home has a media room, for example, stage it so buyers imagine nights of Netflix and relaxing with family and friends.

Filter out distinct scents

Aim for a fresh, clean linen scent that welcomes buyers without overwhelming them throughout their walk-through. This will help create the right environment for your luxury home staging. Avoid using overbearing candles and potpourri to create a luxury scent.

Brighten up the space

No luxury home staging is complete without that bright, airy feeling. When prospective buyers enter a home, you want them to be greeted by a warm, inviting energy. Maybe try updating light bulbs, decorating with light or limited draperies, using mirrors to create additional space, and eliminate clutter. Even when it comes to a luxury home staging, less is more.

Appeal to your audience

Although you are staging a luxury home, it’s important to remember that buyers can potentially range from singles, to families, to even empty nesters. As a result, conduct your market research.  See who the most likely buyer is in the home’s neighborhood and price range. Look at neighborhood demographics, consider the home’s location (is it close to parks, and schools?). Then, work with your luxury home stager to ensure this translates into the home staging design. Market research can help match your home staging design to the home’s target buyer, getting your home sold much sooner.

Until next time,

Elayne