A Tip For Staging Your Long Beach Island Home

Dated: 06/16/2014

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It is a fact—a well-staged home will sell faster and at higher percentage to your list price.
Wondering why your home at the Jersey Shore is not selling—try this tip.

Walk into your master bedroom. Are the walls blossoming with pink peonies or purple lilacs? Are there bucolic scenes of country hillsides above the bed? Jewelry and perfumes on all surface areas? Dare I say…dolls?

A coat of paint and new artwork could go a long way to selling your home quicker. Make the master bedroom less gender specific by using a neutral palette. Lighter shades of greens, browns, and blues create the relaxing ambiance of the Jersey Shore.  
Bedding should be simple yet appealing. (Some might not appreciate the whimsy of lobster studded sheets) The room should have a natural aesthetic with a warm feel to it. Artwork can be simple shore scenes or keep the walls bare so buyers can imagine their own pieces decorating the space.

Create a master bedroom that anyone would love to spend their summers relaxing in! 

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