Contrary to popular belief, giving your home a makeover before a sale isn’t all that costly. It simply depends on how you go about the revamp that can make or break your budget. And sure, there is always the option to clean up and leave things as they are, but leaving your home as is can cost you more in so many ways. So if your budget is limited, why not try simpler, cheaper ways to enhance your home’s aesthetic? Like artificial flowers? Curious? Here’s how you can do just that!
Artificial flowers can fill in the empty spaces
Whether you decide to go minimalistic or extra creative with your home’s interiors, it’s always a good idea to bring artificial flowers and plants into the mix into the mix. The best places to decorate flowers are empty spots where light strikes. These places include the top of a coffee table or console tables, in the corners of windows, empty wall corners, and etc. Doing this will not only give your room more element but can spark interest in the littlest corners of the room. When you fill the empty spots with something beautiful, the rest of the room will blend with its beauty as well.
Artificial flowers can refresh their line of sight
When a potential homebuyer is going around a property for the first time, it pays to get involved with the experience. Every property owner needs to get in the shoes of every customer. They should know what they’ll like, what they’ll dislike, what distracts them, what attracts them, the colours and elements that appeal to them, and best of all, which parts present themselves directly to their line of sight. It’s the same as the marketing strategy they use in the supermarkets. Marketers would often present the pricier items in the customer’s line of sight and position the items with less value on the bottom shelf. We’re not telling you to hide any alarming damages in your property, but to highlight the stunning parts. Whether it’s gorgeous tiles, wide arches, an ornate window with a beautiful view, or even an intricate staircase that improves the room’s atmosphere, you can make efforts to make it shine with the simplest elements… such as artificial flower arrangements!
Artificial flowers can provide a beautiful pop of colour
Since they come in different colours, artificial flowers are often used in selling homes as a way to bring out different motifs. They can even provide contrasting tones to those of the walls, the curtains, and the furniture. A popular trick done in showrooms is basing their artificial flower arrangements on the season. This way, not only will the arrangements match with the seasons, but the decorations will look timely and well thought of as well. But if you’re not a big fan of changing arrangements based on the seasons, it’s best to find some that contrast the existing paint and decor that each room has.
Artificial flowers can replace personalised touches
A potential buyer not only wants to see tidy, well-built, and brightly-lit rooms, they want to see themselves in the room; where their clothes will be stored, where their family will spend most movie nights, where they’ll be preparing their meals, where they’ll plant flowers and trees, and the view they’ll see when they get up in the morning. One mistake that home sellers make is leaving personal items in the home while they’re hosting an open house. These things range from framed photographs of family members, clothes in cabinets or wardrobes, and even random mugs or memorabilia stuck on fridge doors among many others. When you replace these things with florals, artificial or not, this gives the potential buyer an idea of what they can add to the room, not what they’ll remove once they’ve purchased it.