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Staging your home

Home staging experts reveal the secrets of decorating a home in order to sell it.

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  • Arsenault transformed a cluttered den into this chic dining room by clearing out furniture and updating the paint. She also touched up the hardwood floor.
  • Moncton home stager Emma Lee Arsenault updated this master bedroom by removing old wallpaper and applying a fresh coat of neutral paint, giving the space a boutique-hotel look.
  • In the bedroom, pick textures and neutral tones that will appeal to a range of buyers. “Bedrooms should be staged with rest and relaxation in mind,” advises Brown. Photo: Farm Gate Imaging/www.farmgateimaging.ca
  • Check out the photos of your space in online real estate galleries and ensure they highlight the best features of your space, such as the fireplace, view or high ceilings. Photo: Farm Gate Imaging/www.farmgateimaging.ca
  • Check out the photos of your space in online real estate galleries and ensure they highlight the best features of your space, such as the fireplace, view or high ceilings. Photo: Farm Gate Imaging/www.farmgateimaging.ca
  • “This home just needed some rearranging of furnishings and light decluttering to make it picture ready,” says Brown. “Kitchens are big selling features for buyers, so clear countertops and floors to show off square footage.” Photo: Farm Gate Imaging/www.farmgateimaging.ca
  • “This home just needed some rearranging of furnishings and light decluttering to make it picture ready,” says Brown. “Kitchens are big selling features for buyers, so clear countertops and floors to show off square footage.” Photo: Farm Gate Imaging/www.farmgateimaging.ca
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