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Sense of Space


March 8, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Advertising News


There are loads of articles on the internet giving you tips and tricks on how to best sell your home Cumbria.

Tiffen & Co, who are one of Cumbria’s leading estate agents, try to stay away from telling people to change their home in order to make a sale. It is ultimately the clients house; a house they have lived in a loved for potentially 10+ years.

However, Tiffen & Co do direct their clients to the NAEA (National Association of Estate Agents). On this website they have information and guides on buying, selling, mortgages, property advice and many more.

One of the articles is titled “Adding a sense of space” and gives you some useful tips and tricks on how to add space into your property.

Add Mirrors to your home to manipulate the perception of space: Mirrors are a great way to make your home feel more spacious. One way to achieve more space is by using large mirrors in smaller areas. This can make you room look not only longer but wider as well. Another space in which mirrors are especially great are hallways. Using mirrors here are a great way to maximise space as they can be used to manipulate the perception of space in the way which they reflect light and colour.

Making sure your furniture doesn’t shrink your room: That massive 8 seater table might look amazing in the shop and be beneficial at Christmas when you have the family over but take a second to think about you room size before buying it. Will it make your room look small?

Having furniture that is too big for your room can make the area shrink. Another way in which your room can look smaller is by having clutter around your room. To combat this making sure you have carefully planned storage will help to maximise your space. This is particularly important in room which you relax in, e.g. the living room or bedroom, as the less clutter you see the more you will be able to relax. Putting roman blinds up instead of curtains is another way to maximise your space.

Neutral colours: To maximise downstairs rooms ensure that you match neutral wall colours with similar flooring. This will give the impression of space flowing form one room to another. Having bright coloured or patterned carpets is a bit no-no when putting hour house up for sale.

As stated above Tiffen & Co understand that there is only so much you can do to change you home for other potential buyers. However, we are more than happy to help with questions and queries you might have.

Alternatively visit the http://www.naea.co.uk/info-guides/property-guides/property-selling-guide/adding-a-sense-of-space/ for more property selling guides.