Oak cabinets and brown grout scream '80's outdated
What was popular 25 - 30 years ago just looks dated once a new trend is all the rage. Currently, dark stained cherry or mahagany cabinets are top choice but traditional white, as seen below, can update and refresh a kitchen for far less money.
A coat of paint goes a long way to make a space look new again.
Even though the grout is the same, giving the cabinets a fresh new look makes the dark color fade into the tile. Now that the kitchen looks fresh, the focus becomes the beautiful views from the windows.
The dark green wall chops up an already small room.
Once the lighter wall fades into the background, the furniture has a chance to make the room feel cozy and warm.
At the entry way, this old light fixture did little to welcome a buyer.
For very little money, this new fixture gave the front door the image it deserved.
The frilly, country look is long gone.
For $30, a more modern look updates the fan.
Plants, patio furniture and flowers are all included.
Every little detail is included in the staging process. For the buyer to become emotionally attached enough to make an offer on the house, it needs to feel like a home they would want to live in. From the first impression at the entry way to the back yard and decks, when Kay stages a property she makes sure it is picture perfect everywhere.
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