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Many good examples of front door appeal! Thanks!
Though I would agree that each of these is an excellent example of a beautiful and inviting entry, I would NEVER recommend the decor choices for staging a home to sell! Starting with the gorgeous green ribbons and feathers which are very festive for a party, they are overwhelming as a first look at the exterior of a home. Photos #2 and #5 each share one of the least favored exterior colors, (though the subtle wreath is very pretty!) and #6 and #7 are more “out of favor” colors. Additionally, #6 feels as though a buyer may topple a potted plant when approaching the door. What appears to be miniature Tibetan flags in #7 would certainly be recommended for removal. What is RIGHT for staging in the above photos? Photo #3 has a punch of colorful flowers on a plenty wide step, good lighting, and neutral exterior colors. #4 has good lighting and a clear path, but could use a touch of color in the terra cotta pots beside the front door. If a cold climate prevents flowers, I recommend that my clients cut boughs of evergreen and push them into soil. They will last most of the season in cold weather! The above examples are wonderful for homeowners who want to decorate for their party guests, or for their own enjoyment, but would never make the cut for most stagers, in my opinion…
They are nice, the are perfectly fits for a glamorous house
I like the new look.
I agree, I think they are all great examples.
I have to agree with Cheryl. While the staging here is appealing (I find photo#1 stunning in fact)-its’ distinction in style and color fails to allow appeal to the broadest spectrum of buyers-which is the purpose and point of staging a home to sell.
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I love them.
They show personality. What’s possible with a home. Even if it’s not your taste.
Most people want a home WITH personality. The comments about neutrals and “out of favor”? Hearing something like that from a realtor would have me calling someone else (both as a buyer and a seller).
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