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De-Clutter Tips When You Are Going To Sell Your Home




Clutter can eat away into a home’s space, and it can certainly leave a bad visual impression. Some areas of your home are prone to clutter more than others - Lets take a look.


You might not of thought of it but your kitchen is often one of the most cluttered areas in the house. Home owners usually don’t think of their kitchens as ‘cluttered’ because many of the items occupying their kitchen cabinets and counter top are ‘Utensils’. . Keep on the counter tops only items that you really need.


The living room is another clutter place because this is one space used by all members of the family. Keep newspaper baskets to conceal all these items from public view if possible.


Clutter also often finds its way to the bathroom – many of us are accustomed to the vision of old shampoo bottles, hair brushes, toothpaste tubes, etc., cluttering the bathroom counter top. Throw away what you rarely use, and store away the rest neatly in cabinets or on shelves.


Too many personal family photos in frames or hanging on walls can be a "turn off" for a buyer, they don't see it or can't visualize it as "their home"


Good designed homes can help with preventing clutter build-up, but in the end it is all down to you.


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