Staging your Kitchen for Photos

Staging your Kitchen for Photos

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When it comes to selling your home, there’s no denying that great photos make all the difference. If you have amazing photographs, your potential buyers can determine if they can imagine themselves living in the space. Second only to an awesome 3D Scan, great photography can help your home sell faster and for a great price. An important room to focus on is the kitchen. Buyers tend to be very particular about their kitchen space. A kitchen can be a deal-breaker, but a great kitchen will be a deal-maker. What better way to show off your kitchen remodel or old-fashion charm than some high-quality photographs? You can always hire a professional photographer, or you can save some money by doing it yourself. Either way, a properly staged kitchen makes all the difference. Staging will make your kitchen appear clean, fresh, spacious, and light while remaining tasteful and welcoming. These are the qualities that will catch your buyers’ eye.

Do I have to renovate my kitchen to sell it?

A full kitchen renovation can cost huge amounts of money that may not be fully recovered when you sell. Instead of remodeling, consider some small changes that will help your kitchen appear more updated. Instead of replacing cabinets, you can paint or stain them to freshen them up. You can replace handles, outdated appliances, and décor for a small investment. A bright, clean, fresh-looking kitchen that appears spacious will attract buyers. This doesn’t have to cost you a fortune.

First Steps in Staging

Consider having your kitchen professionally cleaned. A professional cleaning will leave the space sparkling – perfect for photographs. You can always clean it yourself, but consider, will it really look as good as a pro job? A thorough cleaning should last through your showings as well, so you will truly get your money’s worth. Also consider a fresh coat of paint. Real estate professionals all agree that paint is worth its weight in gold when it comes to selling your home. A fresh coat of paint will not only improve your space aesthetically, but it will increase its value as well. A (LINK)professional painting company(LINK) can knock out a small kitchen job in a few hours or less. Pros will also ensure that your kitchen has the right type of paint to add longevity and value to your home.

Tips and Tricks for Staging a Kitchen

For photos, you should leave a toaster and a coffeemaker on your counters. This shows that people can live and survive in this kitchen, which is important for potential buyers to see. It might seem silly, but signs of life do make a big difference in house photography. But be careful not to overdo it, as too much clutter looks messy and unprofessional. Just stick to the basics here. If possible, showcase any open shelving. Open shelving makes your kitchen appear more spacious and practical. This is especially great in a kitchen. Display some clear glasses and white plates, and boom, you’ve got photo-ready shelves. Then, set a fancy hand a dish soap on a nice tray, add some nice tea towels, polish anything steel, and set out fresh fruit. Lastly, bring in a live plant or flowers to bring some additional life into the space. Now, you’re ready for your close-up!

If you’re looking for a professional company to take some great HDR photos of your kitchen, or if you’re in the market to have your whole house 3D scanned (including the kitchen), check out CDA3D. We offer pricing packages that include photography, floor plans, and scanning. We also offer a la carte options for HDR photography as well. There is truly something for everybody! Your home is worth spending lots of money on, but with CDA3D, you don’t have to!


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