Create harmony in your Boston Seaport condo for sale
A few simple changes to your Boston Seaport condo for sale might just make the difference in how quickly you sell it.. Some of the most basic tips include removing distractions and creating harmony and balance.
When a person enters your Boston Seaport condo for the first time, he or she may either gain a pleasing sense of balance and order, or may feel something is askew. In my many years as a downtown Boston real estate broker I’ve actually seen buyers have a hard time looking beyond the distractions. As a seller it’s in your best interest to do an inventory of your home with the following tips to ensure each room is well received.
Highlight a Focal Point
Most people respond well when their eyes are drawn to a focal point. If there is no focal point, or if it is cluttered over, the result is confusion and underwhelm.
A focal point is an area specifically meant to draw attention and create interest in a room. It punctuates the room and makes it inviting. The focal point could be the view of the Boston Harbor. Go throughout your home and see if you can clearly identify a focal point in each room. If a focal point is cluttered or non-existent, take some steps to improve it or create a new one.
Symmetry offers a sense of balance, but that doesn’t mean you should set a room up with matching pieces that sit across from each other. Grouping items in threes or fives can actually provide better symmetry than twos or fours.
Symmetry is created through creative placement and spacing of furniture and décor items. Shifting items even by an inch or two here or there can bring an unbalanced room into balance. You’ll need a well-trained eye, though, to catch these little nuances. Look at magazine photos to get ideas of good room arrangements, or have someone talented assist you.
Combine Styles Appropriately
When you can’t quite put your finger on why a room isn’t “working”, it could be because of a mix of stylesl. That’s the problem. The confusing styles confuse the look.
Try not to mix chrome with brass, pastels with earth tones, ornate with sleek, or place large furniture in a small room, and vice versa. When textures, colors, and styles work together, there is harmony.
Room arrangements should not only greet the eye with pleasure, but be arranged so that they allow great walking space and traffic flow. When preparing to show your Boston Seaport condo for sale, you’ll need to realize buyers will be trailing through each room one after another. Make it simple for them. Space your furniture apart a little more than you might normally.
Keep it Cozy
Remove pieces all together that you won’t need for a few weeks or months. Create space without making the rooms look vacant though. Removing items doesn’t mean removing the coziness. Adding plump pillows, floral arrangements, a plant in a sunny location, or scented candles can add ambiance to a room.
Make the Room “Work”
After setting the stage in each room of your Boston Seaport condo for sale, walk away and re-enter it with fresh eyes. It is often the first glance that detects things that are crooked, distracting or that don’t belong. Make it your goal to make every room pleasing to the eye at first glance.
If a room isn’t working, keep moving things around until you find the most pleasing look. For instance, it may be more pleasing to the eye to turn a desk around. Have it face a window instead of up against a wall. Bring your child’s bed out from the wall and centre it in the room. Replace or cover busy fabrics. Take down distracting or dated window coverings. Borrow pieces from other rooms if necessary.
Yes, it is important to go through an exercise like this if you want to make a good impression and sell your Boston Seaport condo quickly for the best price possible!
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