Staging Curb Appeal | Day 12-14 of 30-Day Home Staging Challenge
For this episode, we are going to focus on your weekend project — your landscaping and curb appeal. If you have major landscaping work that needs to be done, it’s better to start earlier than later. On Wednesday, Day 10, we had gone over some common curb appeal mistakes and how to avoid them. Today, we are going to give you some ideas and inspirations for your weekend projects. If you haven’t finished packing up the house, or are behind on your to-do list, you should keep going at them this weekend as well.
For next week, week 3, we will be talking about staging individual rooms in your house, like the living room, family room, dining room, kitchen, master bedroom, bathrooms and have the weekend block out for your catch up day and more work on curb appeal if you need to.
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