Making your house look fantastic is certainly one way you can take a prospective tenant's breath away this spring.
Making your house look fantastic is certainly one way you can take a prospective tenant’s breath away this spring. Up-to-date homewares and furnishings can be the thing that changes a tenants mind…this means as a landlord, it’s important your property is meeting the mark. As part of our week of content to help you ‘Be let this spring’ we’ve put together these 3 tips for transforming your property this spring with the latest seasonal interior trends to help your property stand out from the rest.
The fusion trend mixes styles, colours and patterns to create a rich tapestry from all around the globe. The colours are deep and bright and will help to create a calming and happy room, something every tenant will appreciate! Combine different colours and patterns within a room for a rich and feel-good palette. This trend will be sure to create a talking point when on a viewing.
Monochrome can be extremely striking in itself, especially when it is done right! The great thing about monochrome is it doesn’t really matter what style, size or era your property is, monochrome will still work really well. It’s best not to use too much in your property because you could face the risk of it pulling the room in or looking a bit over the top – use it in your dining area and dress up your table for viewings to help add a touch of style to the property.
As with every year, colour experts Pantone have released their colours of the year and they are perfect for the walls of your property. Rose Quartz and Serenity work perfectly on their own, however when combined they create a really striking look. The light pink of Rose Quartz and the pale blue of Serenity create a calming and bright environment when combined – according to the executive director of Pantone’s Colour Institute the colours ‘induce feelings of stability, constancy, comfort and relaxation…and create balance in a chaotic world.’ The colours are great for helping to make your property feel like home to a tenant.
Ultimately you want the property to feel like home to someone, little things to make it cosy always work a treat to help prospective tenants decide if it’s the place they want to live. After all they aren’t just staying in the property for a weekend, this could be a long-term decision so it’s important to get the overall look and feel of the property perfect before accepting viewings.