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First impression starts at the door which takes center stage at all times. Add a simple but lovely wreath to your front door or at each side of your door. When a home is on the market during the ...

First impression starts at the door which takes center stage at all times. Add a simple but lovely wreath to your front door or at each side of your door. When a home is on the market during the holidays you should play up the decor to entice the buyer inside. This wall is where you will need to make a statement as the eye is drawn to this wall upon entering the room

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    • HolidaysStaging The Home At ChristmasAbstractFirst impression starts at the door which takes center stage atall times Add a simple but lovely wreath to your front door orat each side of your doorBy Home Stages Designs United States December 02, 2010 Content provided by Article Niche Copyright © 2010 Home Stages Designs - All Rights Reserved. Hyperlinked material remains the property of its respective owners.
    • | Staging The Home At Christmas First impression starts at the door which takes center stage at all times. Add a simple but lovely wreath to your front door or at each side of your door. When a home is on the market during the holidays you should play up the decor to entice the buyer inside. At Christmas time a special feel is in the air and a potential buyer will be thrown off if your home is shown exempt from all holiday decor. The smaller the square feet of the home, the less decor you should use. keep it very simple. A tree near the fireplace or tucked into a coner near a window. A couple ofplanted topiarys just outside the door with a set of tiny white lights. A poinsettia ortwo is just enough. The larger home can take quite a bit of decorating and the decor should be a bitmore elaborate. Introduce fresh greenery inside at the mantle or along the top of anarmoire. Scents of mulberry or cinnamon are perfect also and you can purchaseliquid simmering scents for the purpose of your open house showing. As with decorating at any time of the year you will need to keep some simple rulesof design in order for your spaces to be cohesive. Pay special attention to the focalwall in each room. This wall is where you will need to make a statement as the eyeis drawn to this wall upon entering the room.Keep it simple, not cluttered and let your potential buyers see the coziness andwarmth of this lovely house at the holiday season.Article Niche Content Provider 2
    • References www.Homestages.comArticle Niche Content Provider 3
    • About The AuthorHome Stages DesignsCertified Home Staging Training, Designs Ebooks, Business Resources Home Stages Designs is and Interior Design company that offers Interior Design,Home Staging eBooks and Certified Home Staging Training. For those interestedsee us at www.Homestages.comArticle Niche Content Provider 4