Home Staging Tips and Advice

De-clutter without despairing

By Holly Schelleman

We all know that de-cluttering or de-personalizing your home when you are selling it is an essential part of home staging. But this can also pose a challenge when you are living in it and require certain things daily.

Here's a way to cope. In your bedroom, for example, place your personal items that you require daily such as, slippers, nightwear, books,creams etc in a long wicker basket and tuck under your bed - out of sight but easily accessible when needed.

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