If you’re selling a loft in DTLA, you need to stage it in order to bring in the best possible offers – but what if your home is really small?
Use these three staging tips for small lofts in DTLA that will really impress buyers.
3 Staging Tips for Small Lofts in DTLA
To stage your small loft properly, it’s essential that you:
- Paint every room the same color for continuity
- Take out all your rugs
- Let in extra light
Paint Every Room the Same
Painting every room the same color sounds boring, but what it does is connect all the rooms and make the space feel larger. Ideally, you’ll be able to reduce contrast everywhere – including with your décor – because in a small loft, rapid changes in color and style can be overwhelming and give potential buyers a claustrophobic feel.
Take Out All Your Rugs
You want your floor to appear continuous, so remove the rugs from every room. (If part of your loft has hardwoods and another part has carpet, that’s fine – short of ripping up the floor, there isn’t much you can do.) Rugs break up the floor space and make rooms appear smaller in tight spaces.
Let in Extra Light
Raise your curtain rods to just below the ceiling to create the illusion that your walls are higher, and pull back all the drapes to let as much natural light as possible pour in. The more natural light you have, the larger, and the more airy and open, your space will feel.
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