Kitchens and bathrooms sell homes. But cluttered kitchens do not sell homes.
Cluttered counters tell buyers that this kitchen doesn’t have enough storage space. What happened to the ceiling light?
Same house, more clutter.
Looks like a really nice kitchen. Too bad we can’t appreciate it due to clutter.
It’s common sense. Sigh.
The great thing is that it doesn’t cost one penny to remove all the clutter.
Note to self: politely decline anything offered to eat or drink that’s made with a blender here.
Suggestion: less drinking, more cleaning up.
Would your kitchen look like this if family or company were coming over? Aren’t buyers like company? [Trenton, New Jersey]