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De-decorate!

One of the easiest things you can do to quickly change a room's décor is to "de-decorate" it. While being careful not to criticize the existing home owner's taste in décor, remove idiosyncratic items, accessories and artwork. Pack up the knickknacks. Take down family photos. Remove lamps that detract from the space. Roll up blankets and pillows that don't fit your vision. This gives you a fresh start on the room. It removes those personal touches that don't allow potential buyers to see themselves in the home. And it helps the homeowner get a headstart on that imminent move.
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