TIPS FOR HOW TO STAGE A BEDROOM TO SELL!

Did you know that statistics show that empty houses are harder to sell because it can be challenging for many people to imagine how spaces can be set up?

  1. Get your house sparkling clean. Clear clutter out of your house.
  2. Family photos should be removed from the walls so buyer can visualize themselves living there.
  3. Spend a little now to make more money later. Create a budget and stick to it as much as possible.
  4. Getting white linen is a great starting point and you can’t go wrong with this colour. You can then create contrast with throws, scatter cushions, artwork, lamps etc.
  5. Hanging curtains or drapes closer to the ceiling can add height to your room ( go for more neutral or plain curtain color).
  6. Mirror or artwork on the wall always looks smart and adds more homey feeling.
  7. If space allows, create a sitting area in the bedroom to make the most of the available space.
There are a lot more of helpful features on Pinterest which could explore how to stage your home.
When you’re feeling uncomfortable about doing things yourself you could consider hiring a professional decorator or stager if you are selling your home. While a good stager will cost a little bit of money, you could end up making thousands more in your final sale price.
Tips for how to stage a bedroom to sell!

Ella Cyrulewska


Residential Interior Designer. For as long as she can remember, Ella has been passionate about interior design and arrived at where she is today via a formal education in Graphic Design and Interior Design. Starting your own business is not easy, and over the last seven years Ella has worked hard to evolve her business from restoring old furniture, to working with clients in their homes to style, renovate, refresh, repurpose, and even prepare their houses for sale. Her own home, like that of so many designers it seems, is always a work in progress. Over the years Ella has brought in and restored old furniture, refreshed some existing pieces, re-styled various rooms, and is always planning the next big thing. Her house is a creative outlet for new ideas and techniques, that she can then bring to her client work. Ella believes that good design changes the way you connect to your environment and the people around you. You don’t need a huge budget – even a little decluttering, styling, repurposing, and restoration can breathe a new lease of life into your living space, and make your house more peaceful and enjoyable.


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