Homes That Make a Good First Impression Have 5 Things in Common

Sophie Miura

It takes just 26 seconds for a guest to form an opinion of your home as soon as they walk through the front door. What does your space say about you? While we try to resist the urge to judge, there's no doubt first impressions count. 

Whether you're expecting guests or hoping to transform your spare room into a rental, experts agree there are are five key areas that friends notice first about your house. Thankfully, it takes minutes to correct them. Here, Miranda Cresswell, brand director at OneFineStay, and Ariel Kaye, CEO of Parachute and the newly opened Parachute Hotel, explain the most effective ways to update your home before guests arrive. Got five minutes to spare? Make these simple changes for a home that makes a lasting impression.

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