Whether you’re listing your home during the holidays and want to tone down the decorations, or you want to simplify your holiday decor theme, a neutral palette can help you avoid a cliche holiday scene. Another benefit of choosing a neutral theme is that no matter your home’s existing style, neutral holiday decor can seamlessly integrate into the look and feel of the space. It’s easy to get caught up in the traditional holiday color combinations, but if you’re looking to create a serene seasonal backdrop, read on for insight into how you can integrate a neutral holiday decor palette into your home.
After a season of holiday parties, school concerts, visits with the in-laws and year-end deadlines, your festive spirit may be running low by the time December 31 rolls around. If you want to skip the overpriced prix fixe menus and long lines at the bar, ring in the New Year in the comfort of your own home.
Whether you are spending the evening solo, with a significant other, or you are entertaining a group, add a few extra-special touches to create a cozy night, filled with both comfort and style.
While decorating a home is focused around personal selections for those living in the space, staging a home means removing these personal items to create a neutral space that appeals to potential buyers.
However, just because your home is listed during the holidays, doesn’t mean you need to damper your merry spirit. It is possible to maintain a festive feel while facilitating an environment that helps buyers envision their own future holidays in the home.
Employ these seasonal home staging “dos and don’ts” to gain an extra selling edge this time of year.
Create a welcoming retreat for guests this holiday season by creating a relaxing oasis for them to retreat to amid the holiday chaos. Envision your own dream hotel stay to design a luxury getaway for your guests within your home.