Sayonara, Small Space
The Designed to Sell team makes a basement condo rise above its underground stature.
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Before: Cluttered Passageway
The space off the living room, leading to the bedrooms could be used as a cozy dining area and not just a cluttered passageway. A huge aquarium, dog crate and large TV crowd the space with pet odors and make the condo feel small and cramped.
The real estate expert pointed out that there are several condos for sale in the area, making the competition is tough. So it is very important to make this place stand out and draw attention. The front door (not shown) is hidden underneath a staircase, and there is nothing to help point it out to potential buyers. Also, underneath the stairs are the home's unsightly electric meters, which are an eyesore that distract from the condo's charming entryway.
For specific product information, click on the first After photos of the room.
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