One of the first questions a buyer asks about a home is how many bedrooms there are. Of course, the number of bedrooms are important, but do you realize the ambience of each bedroom is just as important? This is why it is important to show a buyer what you can do with the bedrooms.
If you have not painted your bedrooms in awhile, now is the time. Pick a soothing, neutral color that most people will find relaxing such as a light gray or blue.
Make sure the bedrooms are free of clutter so buyers do not form an image in their mind that this is how the bedrooms will look.
Try to find lighting fixtures that are not overwhelmingly bright but give adequate light to the room.
Here is where you want to spend a little extra. Have fancy comforters on your beds, which are always made, to make the bedrooms as welcoming as possible. After a long day at work or school, make the bedrooms feel like an oasis of comfort.
Update your window treatments. You don’t need to spend a lot of money but try to find new ones that will make the rooms feel updated.
If any of your bedrooms are smaller, use one or two mirrors to make the rooms seem larger. Mirrors placed correctly can make all the difference.
I can’t emphasize this enough – make sure your rooms have a pleasant scent. Any room will feel more welcoming with the right scent.
Don’t forget about an en suite bathroom. Make sure it is clutter-free. Add to its appeal with a candle or bar of special soap. Clean, white towels laid out will make it look like a spa. This will help buyers envision what they will wake up to in the morning.
To summarize, you want all your efforts to make your bedrooms a sanctuary, and small accessories and changes will go a long way towards doing that.