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The pandemic has influenced the home staging and design industry. According to REALTOR Magazine bloggers, home staging professionals are shifting their focus on a few key elements when staging a home.
With so many people spending so much time at home these days, buyers may want to see some cozy spots in your home. Think soft blankets, coffee stations or adding a hammock outdoors.
These days, a lot of people are forced to or choose to work from home. Staging a home office helps buyers see how they can work from home. If you don’t have a true office in your home, consider setting up an “office space”. Staging a desk (or two!) showing that space can be used for that purpose. Not only are adults working from home, but many schools are opting for virtual school so staging a home school area as well isn’t a bad idea!
Outdoor Living Area
With so much time being spent at home, people want a space outside they can use as a “getaway”. Staging this year will focus on using all of the property – not just the interior. Do you have a bonus room you could turn into a “sun room”? Or a great back patio you can add furniture to? Make the spaces comfortable and a place you’d like to spend time in.