In this article, Barrows Custom Window Treatments—conveniently located in Newton, Massachusetts (MA)—are going to provide you some tips on how to use window treatments to your advantage when staging a home to sell it. We proudly offer the full selection of Hunter Douglas blinds, shades, and shutters.
Natural Sunlight – it makes a room feel larger, more inviting and definitely more alive. These are key elements that will likely help your home sell faster and for more money!
Choosing the wrong window treatments can make a room look smaller than it really is. Improper installation is another mistake many homeowners make. Select the right fabric, style, hardware and placement to truly enhance a room’s fullest potential!
Another error homeowners make is allowing the fabric to block some or most of the window. Some window treatments are used for light control, some for privacy but most are displayed to make a visual statement. Often times, they accentuate a paint color or cozy up a room. Whatever purpose your window treatments serve, they should never block any light from streaming into a room because doing so makes that room look and feel smaller.
Typically, larger homes with larger rooms sell for more money, therefore, adjust your window treatments to showcase the full window to give a larger appearance. Installing window treatment hardware close to the ceiling and extend the rod 6” – 12” inches beyond your window frame on each side. This technique not only allows light to pour in when the curtains are open, it will make a greater visual impact by helping your windows and room appear much larger.
Window treatments can definitely influence a buyer’s impression of your home. Allowing sun to shine in can help achieve a quicker sale for a higher price!
To schedule a consultation with one of Barrows’ Certified design consultants, call us at 617-964-4580.
For those looking to sell their homes in the Toronto area, Canada, visit this real estate website; they also provide a home staging service – https://www.homeads.ca