Magazine-Ready | 7 tips to Make Your Home Magazine-Ready

In this article we will show you how to some tips on how to make your property Magazine-Ready

Magazine-Ready – Making your home magazine-ready is all about creating a visually appealing and inviting space that showcases your personal style. Whether you’re looking to sell your home or simply want to improve its overall aesthetic, there are a few key things you can do to make your home look like it’s straight out of a magazine spread.

  1. Declutter and Organise.

    The first step in making your home magazine-ready is to declutter and organize. Start by getting rid of any unnecessary items and organizing what remains. This will not only make your home look cleaner and more spacious, but it will also make it easier to style and photograph.
  2. Clean and Maintain.

    Once you’ve decluttered and organized, it’s time to give your home a deep cleaning. Make sure to clean every nook and cranny, including baseboards, windows, and light fixtures. It’s also important to keep your home well-maintained going forward, as even small repairs or touch-ups can make a big difference in the overall appearance of your home.
  3. Add Personal Touches.

    One of the key elements of a magazine-worthy home is that it has a strong sense of personal style. Use decor to add personality and warmth to your home. This can include things like family photos, artwork, and collectibles.
  4. Good Lighting.

    Good lighting is essential for making your home magazine-ready. Use a combination of natural and artificial light to create a warm and inviting atmosphere. This might include things like overhead lighting, table lamps, and floor lamps. Also keep the light globes consistent in each of the areas rather than warm and cool light randomly scattered around the home.
  5. Attention to Details.

    Making your home magazine-ready is all about the little details. Make sure everything is in its place and everything is in good condition. This might include things like fluffing pillows, straightening rugs, and wiping down surfaces.
  6. Styling.

    Styling is all about creating an interesting and visually appealing space. Use different textures and layers to create depth and interest. This might include things like throw blankets, plants, and candles. Styling may not come naturally to everyone, if this is the case get in a professional to either give you some tips to use with your own furniture. Or even get them to over hall your home with a hired set. You can check HubCo’s Projects for some inspiration and even find a PRO in our member directory to help you get started.  
  7. Professional Photography.

    Finally, one of the most important things you can do to make your home magazine-ready is to hire a professional photographer to take high-quality photos of your home. These photos will be used in the magazine, and they will be the first thing potential buyers or readers see. You can find photographers in our member directory or you can find some photography packages ready to order from our Kiosk,  we have turned real estate and architectural photography into an art form and am sure we could help you on your next project.

Magazine- Ready Check List

We have put together a check list to help you get started to make your home Magazine-ready.

Warning: preg_replace_callback_array(): Unknown modifier 'L' in /home/ on line 28
Lounge/Living & Study

CEO & Founder

One account,
so many possibilities...

Make it easier for potential customers to find your property or business with