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Flower Power

Toronto Home StagingFlowers are a pure delight. It is a thing of beauty that never fail to cheer us up!

When staging your home, use  flowers to bring in instant warmth, freshness, and color to any room. It is a great and inexpensive way to top up your staged rooms  to enhance the positive sensory experience of your buyers during house showings.

Allocating a small budget to spend on fresh flowers is preferable if possible.  A beautiful floral arrangement for a weekend open house is often ideal and definitely worth every penny.

Adding flowers to your staged rooms doesn’t mean an expensive trip to your florist. If you have fresh flowers in your garden and it is readily available, use them. This is a great way to cut some spending.  In fact, the  hydrangeas, peonies, roses, lilies or gerber daisies that you have in your backyard are the perfect blooms to help showcase any room when staging . They are beautiful and very easy to arrange.

If fresh flowers aren’t practical to use, a quality brand of silk flowers is good too.  However, do not overly use plastic or obviously fake flowers, especially in an expensive home! This can be an eyesore and a distraction to your buyers.  

If your budget is really tight, a low cost solution is potted flowering plants in season.  You can get them in a variety of pot sizes and blooms depending on where you want to place them.  An example is a simple fresh white orchid from a garden store placed in a white ceramic pot,  perfect for a coffee table in a living room . It does the job, its beautiful, very inexpensive and can last for weeks.

With a wide variety of blooms to choose from depending on the season and your location, these assortment of flowers are available all year long.  Always  the perfect finishing touch to your beautifully staged home.

Red Barrinuevo | Your Toronto Home Stager

If you need assistance in merchandising your home for sale, call us today at (416) 871 3128.  We are serving Toronto, Etobicoke, Mississauga and the rest of the GTA.

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