The Indoors.

Make an Entrance,

You can start out by setting your home's fragrance, since it is the first sense they will encounter upon entering your home. This is your opportunity to make a big statement in a small area. Make your foyer welcoming by featuring a natural flower arrangement and continue with smaller arrangements throughout the house. What you need to avoid is strong pet, cooking and tobacco odors. Having pleasant music playing in the background will also help set your stage.

Living Room and Dinning Room

Clean and spruce up all rooms, furnishings, floors, walls and ceilings. Remove knickknacks from tables, countertops and bookshelves. Remove all unnecessary furniture to make your rooms seem more spacious. Brighten rooms with a fresh coat of paint. Choose neutral shades of white, off-white, beige or light pastels that will coordinate with most decors. Give your home an open, airy feel by opening the curtains and pulling up the blinds. Turn on as many lights as possible.

 

QUICK TIP!- Sense of smell,

Run a lemon through the garbage disposal for a fresh smell. Make sure the house smells good; bake an apple pie or cookies for a homey scent. Hide the kitty litter.

 

 

 

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