When staging a master bedroom, it is important to put yourself in the shoes of a buyer. Most are are looking for the master bedroom to be a retreat, a place where they can relax after a long day and get away from it all. You can help your buyers capture an emotional connection with the master bedroom by employing some smart staging tips to get their imaginations rolling. The space should be clean, uncluttered, and have a relaxing energy to it. Here are 9 tips for staging a master bedroom that will help buyers fall in love.
1. Switch to a palette that is gender-neutral. Your buyer could end up being a single man, a single woman, or a couple, so it is important not to alienate anyone from this space. You want anyone who walks in to be able to imagine themselves winding down there after a long day.
2. Keep the bed made and iron your linens. It may sound a bit OCD, but this small detail will make the master bedroom look more like an upscale hotel suite. Iron just the bedding showing for a nice, clean look.
4. Keep end tables and other surfaces clutter-free. The master bedroom is meant to be a retreat, so keep this zone (and every other in the home while up for sale) clutter-free. For example, a lamp and maybe a small decorative piece or two is all you need on an end table.
6. If you don’t already have a headboard, get one. A headboard helps define the bed as the focal point of the room. You don’t have to spend a fortune on one. In this room, they used a beautiful folding screen as the headboard.
These tips on staging a master bedroom will help you create a space that will have buyers anxious to make it their own personal retreat.