As you prepare your home to be put on sale, Jasmine Roth says to not worry about all the fluff, per Think Realty. Instead of trying to find the best interior design style that you think will attract buyers, simply work on something that is timeless and also functional. Rather than spending your money on a bunch of art pieces for the wall, for example, ensure your windows have beautiful and neutral colored drapery to block out the harsh sun, according to HomeLight.
When updating your home, you should also introduce new elements that will be durable and long-lasting for the new homeowners. This means using materials that can handle a lot of foot traffic, potential damages from children, and the activities of pets. Roth suggests installing luxury vinyl flooring, as it is not only a strong material, but folks often can’t even tell it apart from engineered hardwood.