In many ways, home staging is a subjective art. Ask most people which is the most important room in the house, though, and they will likely answer “the kitchen.” This is why many stagers spend the most time and effort staging the kitchen.
Kitchens also tend to cost the most to remodel. It’s not uncommon for a homeowner to spend $50,000 to $150,000 to revamp the kitchen. Owners pour gobs of dough into remodeling the kitchen, making that space a gourmet showcase for the culinary arts.
However, you don’t need to spend a lot of money to spruce it up, unless it needs to be painted. You can stage that space and make it a desirable kitchen by using simple, proven staging techniques. Here are some examples of how a professional home stager might tackle a kitchen staging.
Getting the Kitchen Ready for Sale Before Staging
First and foremost, clean