Let There Be Light | Home Staging |Rochester, MN

Do you ever wonder why some people’s online house photos seem picturesque as if straight out of a magazine? The answer is light! Light is one of the most important elements to focus on when prepping your home.  Light makes homes feel clean, inviting and significantly larger.  Below are three easy light hacks to capture amazing photos for the sale of your home.

  1. Remove or replace your window treatments and open the blinds. Remove any black out curtain or light filtering window treatments. If window treatments are needed, use a fresh white sheer curtain. Pull blinds all the way open.
  2. Clean windows. Grab the Windex and start wiping. Remove dirt, debris, and water marks from windows.   
  3. Change out all light bulbs to be the same. Nothing is more apparent than missing, burnt out, or various shades of light bulbs. Stay consistent with light bulb color throughout the house. Daylight colored lights enhance the feel of clean windows and natural light coming into the space.

Published by Sarah Ness

Based in Rochester, Minnesota, Nesst Companies is owned and operated by Sarah Ness, M.B.A. Not only does Sarah have experience staging residential homes, she works closely with local and national facility design and furnishing companies for the public sector in Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota and has a successful track record of selling and staging luxury senior apartment homes. With experience from first time home buying to downsizing, Nesst Companies provides a wealth of knowledge and value to clients no matter where they are in their home buying and selling journey. Strengths Finder: Maximizer. Achiever. Communication. Woo. Activator.

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