Homemakers seriously wanting to sell their home at top price need to understand that bathrooms need not be left out in the staging process. If you want a good bait that no keen buyer could resist, make sure to have a seductive bathroom space to present them.
It is very important that when trying to sell up your home, the baths should always look as up-to-date as much as possible and as luxuriously clean as you can manage.
Some of the top furniture hire companies in the country are offering us the following pointers.
Paint Fresh with Clear Colors
Renew the vibe of your bathroom spaces and we suggest that you go for pale blues and greens. These colors usually don’t come with any muddy or warm undertones in them so they are perfect hues to use for this part of your home.
To be more specific on this, choose only paint colors that come with high LRV properties, as in light reflective value. The higher the LRV is, the more light that this particular paint color would be reflecting. In addition to that, it is also a lot cleaner. Remember that in this part of your house, the sense of cleanliness is crucial.
And as much as possible, veer away from colors that look, (excuse me for the term here) poopy.
Add Bling and Put in Some Texture
Updating your faucet, shower head and shower rods will add the needed gleam to your bathroom space. And when you install them right and good, they will surely give you an excellent return on your investment.
If what you have in your bathroom is beyond polishing already to make them look shiny like a new penny, then take it as a cue that you need to have them replaced.
If your home indoor space can be best described as a period piece, that is it is either a Colonial or Craftsman, you may need to look for a metal style that is appropriate for your bath space. Sometimes this means that you need to find oil rubbed bronze, hammered nickel, or chrome.
It is important also that you ensure that your towel bars are matching your faucet, otherwise your home’s bath area would look odd with those. As much as possible every hardware piece should be matching, from door hinges to toilet paper holder and even towel rings, if you have one. Changing or replacing any of them could pose a challenge, and with that, you may need to enlist professional plumbing services. As for the others, you can take on a DIY approach for them.
Buy new towels
Furniture hire companies will always encourage you to make good use of a decent bath towel for staging purposes. A brand new set will always work the magic needed here. In the absence of new towels, ensure instead that you have a couple of white and plush-looking towels. These types of towels will always get an upvote from everyone.
Keep ordinary toiletries out of sight
You need to hanker for a decent, immaculate-looking bath space. This is the rationale behind staging this area of your house, styling it in such a way that your prospective home-buyer will see it as something inviting and cozy, not cluttered or cramped.
The more you can make your bath space look like it belongs to a suite room of a luxury hotel or resort, the better. This means to say that everything that is used for grooming and preening should be tucked out of sight while the staging process is on-going.
Top furniture hire companies say that over-the-top staging practices are now a bygone era. Home staging professionals before would make use of tea lights made float in a bathtub with tinted waters, while at the edge of the tub are two half-filled champagne flutes. This is an outdated style of staging your bathroom.
Staging bath spaces today calls for more sophistication. A simple but tasteful bath space presentation is the way to go now.