Furniture to use in Staging for a sale
We'll be retiring in 2 years, and will be moving to a state where we don't get buried by snow and hurricanes.
Our home was built in 1970, and we've lived here about 30 years. When we first moved in, we didn't think of the home as "old", but clearly now we realize it is - a characteristic the poor house shares with its current owners.
As we begin our preparations to move, I need to clean, declutter, and as we get closer to retirement date, stage. I need to be mindful that the house should be staged for a younger family.
What furniture styles and types are so out of style right now that we should remove them from our house to avoid the "grandma" vibe?
As I look through decorating pictures, the first thing I notice is that I don't see people using large breakfronts - the tall, glass-doored china cabinets. Is that correct? What about large bookcases? In other words, what's in and what's out for furniture these days?