Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Home Staging Versus Interior Design - 3 Staging Tips
Confusing home staging with interior design is an easy mistake to make. After all, both are focused on making the house more attractive. However, there is a fundamental distinction between the two that makes their outcomes very different from each other - the designer and the stager's end goal.
Interior Design versus Home Staging Design
You see, when talking about interior design, it's all about the home owner. The designer concentrates on pleasing this one specific person or family. The designer tries to "bring out" the home owner's personality and splays it all over the house. In short, interior design is all about personalizing the home.
In home staging design, however, is the opposite. The home stager's intention is to make the house's interior and exterior more appealing towards a whole group of home buyers. It is about trying to give the house a more universal appeal. While typical interior design is made for one person, the stager has his or her eye in a whole population.
That's why, if you are looking to sell your house, your best option is to stage your home. The wider the appeal of your house, the bigger the number of potential home buyers there would be wanting give your house a look. Home staging is about depersonalizing the house while still trying to make it attractive.
Here are 3 of the many tips you could use if you are interested in staging your home by yourself: