Published at Tuesday, October 02nd, 2018 - 07:03:37 AM. Bedroom. By Monika Hofmann.
In many of our homes today, it is in the living room and the dining room where most of the daily activities happen; living rooms and dining rooms are where we entertain company and hold dinners or parties with guests. Usually, the family comes together for meals and entertainment either in the dining or living areas also. But the bedroom is different as it serves as our private retreat, the area of the house where we can seek privacy and sanctuary. The bedroom is where we spend much time resting tired bodies at the end of the day, helping us to refresh and be prepared for the challenges of the next day. As you put your house up for sale and potential buyers visit your home for showings, they will look at the bedroom spaces and try to imagine themselves and how they will be spending their own personal time in that intimate space. If children are a factor, potential buyers would also want the bedroom areas to be adaptable to their children’s interests, ages, and activities.
Don’t scrimp on the color. Paint is relatively affordable and a simple update with a significant impact, whether you do it yourself or hire a professional painter. This is important if some parts of the wall are already peeling or damaged, but paint is also a good way to freshen up the bedroom without much cost and changes. You can choose more neutral, subdued hues and pastels if you would like to explore bright-colored furniture and window treatments. It’s all in the lighting. Bedroom lighting should not be too harsh or bright, but not too dim that people are not able to move around comfortably. Affordable and contemporary light fixtures and dimmers transform the ambiance and aura of your bedroom; cost-efficiency and eco-friendly lighting are also very attractive to home buyers. Meanwhile, the appropriate drapes or shades can be installed in the windows that allow the right amount of light and air in to the house during the daytime.
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