7 Master Bedroom Staging Ideas

7 Master Bedroom Staging Ideas

As you most likely know, staging involves setting up the furniture, art and accessories of each room to help make your home look as appealing as possible to potential buyers. It’s similar to what furniture stores do when they create displays of model bedrooms, kitchens, etc.

When you’re staging your home, the master bedroom is particularly important. Here are some simple staging tips worth trying:

  1. Mirrors - Consider using mirrors to make the bedroom seem larger and more comfortable.

  2. Give Your Bed a Refresh - Put a new comforter on the bed.

  3. Light it Up – Open curtains or add a lamp if the lighting is dim. (Make sure lights are turned on during viewings.)

  4. Declutter - Be ruthless when removing clutter from the room, particularly the closet. Don’t keep anything stored under the bed.

  5. Depersonalize - Remove personal items, such as portraits.

  6. Practice the Art of Minimalism - Be a minimalist when it comes to the nightstand. Only have two or three accessories on it and make sure they complement the theme, such as a book, vase, candleholder, etc. (Don’t leave anything on top of dressers.)

  7. Paint - Experts say a neutral palette works best. Neutral colours allow our eyes to rest, evoking a sense of calmness and serenity.

Ideally, you want to make the bedroom look like a calm and welcoming retreat.

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