It’s that time of year again: Amazon Prime Day! Prime Day is great for scoring deals on just about anything you could need at home, from a hairdryer to a new couch. But, it’s not for the faint of heart. Prime Day only happens once a year on Amazon.com, and the deals sell out fast.
Below we’ve rounded up a list of essential Prime Day items for staging your home. Staging is an important part of prepping your home for the market, but it does not have to cost a fortune. Don’t miss out on these six staple decor necessities to help prospective buyers feel at home in your home.
Living Room & Area Rug
When properly placed, an area rug helps to ground the furniture in a home, tying the room together. Look for neutral colors and soft textures to make a living room or sitting area welcoming, cozy and homey like this option or this option.
The right coffee table can be a great way to give a room some personality. Make sure to not clutter the table, but accent it to help tell the room’s story. Whether you put a few books, a vase of flowers, or a unique antique on your coffee table, this option and this option are ideas that add style to the room.
Pillows make a couch or chair look more inviting and can make a room feel more comfortable and homey. Whether you pick a pop of color or neutral tones, a few thoughtfully placed accent pillows like these can brighten and liven your home.
When it comes to staging, backyard patios and front porches need furniture just as every bedroom does. However, patio furniture does not have to be fancy and grandiose. This lounge and this love seat are reasonably priced outdoor seating options to make your home more appealing.
The entryway is the first thing potential buyers see when entering your home. Start their tour on the right foot with an inviting walkway that highlights the space. Pairing a large mirror like this option and this option with a small bookcase can help make a small space look larger and grab the buyers attention immediately.
A bar cart adds style to your home without being too personalized. Potential buyers see a well put-together corner and can picture themselves entertaining and how they would interact in the space. Consider a simple bar cart with modest decor like this one.