You don't have to buy all new when staging a bedroom. There are ways to use what you already own and still get an updated look. The main thing when selling your home is to make it look clean, spacious, and inviting.
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Easy inexpensive Ways to Make Any Bedroom Look Staged
Sometimes clients have pretty bedding, but it's not the current thing. Adding an inexpensive neutral blanket to an overly sweet quilt will make this bedroom appeal to more buyers.
Total Cost: $20 for the blanket (Ross).
Sometimes All You Need is a Little Fine Tuning
This owner had plenty of pretty stuff, but the bedroom just wasn't party ready. Looking at it with a stager's eye revealed the solution.
Using art and accessories to suggest a story is a fun thing to do and will engage your buyer and start them dreaming about living in your home.
Bill's little farmhouse sat empty and unsold for a year. When
Bill's listing contract ran out, he hired a realtor who insisted on some inexpensive staging. After staging, the house sold in one month (in spite of the sluggish market in 2008).
Two real-life, low budget examples of bedrooms that got some simple staging resulting in a big sale for the owners.
Once you get the basics of creating a beautiful bedroom, the combinations are endless.
An outdated bedroom can kill a home sale. The master bedroom is one of the most important rooms to buyers and it's critical to make it appear as beautiful and spacious as possible.