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Decorating Your Home for the Holidays When it’s on the Market

Lamacchia Realty

DECORATING YOUR HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS WHEN IT'S ON THE MARKET. One of the best parts about the holiday season is the tradition of decorating your home. However, if your house is on the market this holiday season, you’re probably wondering how to tastefully decorate your house for the holidays without turning away buyers.

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Cosmetic tweaks to help sell your house fast

Housing Wire

Keep Decor & Colors Neutral. That doesn’t mean you have to spend hours decorating your exterior. A bad smell can deter a potential buyer, which isn’t what you want. Before showing your home, consider lighting a candle or baking some chocolate chip cookies. This way, your home will smell inviting.


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Keep your home’s safety in mind when decorating this holiday season.

Berkshire Hathaway

Here are a few safety tips to consider, while decorating this season: When pulling out the lights from last year’s holidays, take a hard look at the cords to ensure they are not frayed or broken. Keep extension cords and decorations in less trafficked areas to prevent tripping, twisting, or crushing cords.

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Need a way to differentiate your service? Design


Whether you have design skills or work with a trusted colleague, decor and renovation services are an exceptionally effective value-added service.

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It’s 2022 - Home Decor Trends Have Dropped


And now that many of us are still spending the majority of our time at home, it’s become a place where our decor dreams can come to life. So as the current circumstances encourage you to embrace the flexibility of your home, don’t be afraid to decorate and design "outside the lines." Splash of color, anyone?

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Mistakes To Avoid While Buying Traditional Wall Art for Your Living Room

Cleveland Appraisal Blog

Decorating your living room with traditional wall art is a great way to infuse some personality and character into your home. Choosing artwork that clashes with your existing decor can make your living room feel disjointed and uncoordinated as if you hadn’t given it any thought. I hope you enjoy this article!

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Selling this spring? 12 ways to use Easter decor to attract buyers


Spring also brings major holidays like Easter, giving sellers the chance to decorate for the season and set themselves apart. Choose a bunny craft and decorate strategically, taking care not to overdo it. Most buyers value master bedroom staging even above kitchen decor. BYO bunnies. Crafty Morning/Facebook. Feature floral art.