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Are you redesigning your home for yourself or with the future potential sale in mind? If you’re thinking about a sale, you need to look at what buyers love to see when they view an interior of a home on the market. There are various features and design ideas that buyers are interested in. By knowing these, you can make sure that you get a lot of interest for your home on the market and the offers with the right number of zeroes. Let’s look at a few these features and design ideas.

Hardwood Floors:

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There are no prizes for guessing why buyers love hardwood floors. First, they fit in with a minimalistic design and unlike carpet, they don’t intrude or draw attention away from the overall decor of the room. Second, they are easy to maintain and clean, providing the perfect option for couples or single homeowners. On top of this, they look extravagant, stylish and stunning, providing a luxurious feel to any area of your home.

Separate Laundry Room:

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Laundry and utility rooms have certainly become more popular with buyers again lately. We are moving away from the concept of an all-inclusive kitchen towards homes that have laundry rooms with washers and dryers built in. If you’re intrigued by this possibility in your property Think Tank Home, have a guide on how to create your own laundry room and design it to fit in your property. At the very least, this will add a substantial amount of money onto the offers that buyers put forward.

Ceiling Fans:

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Another feature that buyers are hoping to see when they view your home is a ceiling fan. This is particularly important for the bedroom. This isn’t just about keeping the room a comfortable, cool temperature through the summer months. A lot of buyers love the aesthetics of these fans and think that they add a fresh level of decor to any room. It’s a more elegant option compared to your typical aircon system.

Eat-In Kitchen:

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If you’re looking for ways to renovate your kitchen, you should think about focusing on the eat-in options. Families, in particular, are eager to own a kitchen with a breakfast bar or island. While expensive, designing a breakfast bar in your home is a great way or creating this eat-in kitchen style.

Open Floor Plan:

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Lastly, if you can afford it, you should think about redesigning a house with closed off rooms into something that is a more open plan. You can do this by tearing down the walls separating the dining area from the lounge. Or, the kitchen from the living room. You do need to make sure that you hire an expert or professional when you complete this type of change though. Otherwise, you could accidentally remove a load bearing wall. An expert can also help provide advice on the best ways to make sure that this type of design looks stunning.

These are just some of the features that buyers would love to see when checking out your home.

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Karen LeBlanc

Karen LeBlanc is a travel host and writer with a popular travel show, The Design Tourist, and a companion lifestyle blog. As a widely published travel journalist and content creator, Karen is a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association. She also serves as the Design and Travel editor of the national lifestyle magazine, LaPalme. Karen believes that every destination has a story to tell through its local art, architecture, culture, and craft. This immersive creative exploration begins with authentic accommodations where the narrative of place unfolds through art, accessories, accouterments, furnishings, fixtures, and food. 

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