Home staging, Toronto luxurious master bedroom

Home staging, Toronto luxurious master bedroom

Home staging, Toronto luxurious master bedroom is a priority room for home staging. It’s the homeowner’s retreat from the cares of the world and the stress of busy home life. It needs to feel like you’ve stepped into a vacation property. You want buyers to walk in and sigh from their desire for such a space. Toronto home staging companies like Baraka GTA Home Staging suggest the following tips to stage a large and luxurious master bedroom.

Open up space by removing all personal items and clutter

The first task when home staging the master bedroom is depersonalizing and decluttering. Removing your personal items and mementos will enable buyers to picture themselves living in the space. And, decluttering opens up any small space by getting rid of unneeded objects.

Clearing your dressers and nightstands of all trinkets, books, photographs and magazines. Buyers should be able to visually take ownership of a room, but it’s difficult to do unless all your “stuff” is gone.

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Even the smallest master bedroom will feel bigger and brighter if you bring in more light. Remove dark window coverings and replace them with simple, clean sheers. Iron them to ensure any wrinkles from being packaged are wiped away. If you have blinds, pull them up before a showing.

Next, place lamps on (or above) both side tables. If you have a ceiling fan, make sure it’s clean and operational. Choose incandescent or soft LED lights for a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Ease up on art and accessories when home staging

As in a resort suite, the decor is kept to a minimum. Artwork should be neutral in focus (think landscapes and abstracts) and complementary to the style. Art can be vivid, but it must complement the scale and style of the room. A pair of larger, balanced pieces can actually make a room look bigger than a small frame on a big wall. A single potted plant, tree or flower is acceptable to bring life to space.

Scale down the size and amount of furniture

The master bedroom can feel small when furniture overpowers the room. If you have bulky furniture, consider swapping it out for smaller rental furniture. The idea is to create space and plenty of walking room. At the very least, cut down furniture to just the bed and side tables. Dressers will work if the room is large enough. For larger master bedrooms, stage a small sitting area with two chairs and a small table.

Pair down everything but the absolute essentials to identify it as a bedroom when it comes to furniture. That means if you have two dressers and they don’t really fit, get rid of one. The less you have for furniture the more it will open up space.  You want to create a good traffic flow and make the room feel spacious.

Add the finishing touches to your master suite

Now that you have cleaned and arranged the space, you can go pack and place a few items on the nightstand and dresser. A small piece of art or mirror can hang on the wall opposite the bed to build some height. Don’t forget to dress the bed and add some pillows.

Bring in three small books to stack and a small trinket dish for the nightstands. On the dresser, a few small accent pieces will create balance, as will fresh cut flowers. If your dresser doesn’t have a mirror and it’s waist high, add a large piece of artwork behind it on the wall. For a finishing touch, lean a large, full-length mirror leaning against the wall. Mirrors are always make a room look larger.

If you’re a seller who needs expert assistance with preparing for a sale, hires a home stager. At Baraka GTA Home Staging, a professional team will work with you to understand the needs of the buyer. We leave a lasting impression by using space, lighting and furniture from our immaculate premium selection. We like to create a story in each space, by allowing buyers to envision their lives truly in their new home. Contact Baraka GTA Home Staging at 416-992 9494.

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