Bedroom General / January 24, 2019 / Amie Thibault.
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.
Take Lifestyle In to Account - Keeping in mind the amount of time you actually spend in your bedroom is a great way to narrow down your choices. For some, the bedroom is simply a place where they lay their head at night. If this describes you, you should perhaps consider how your bedroom flooring looks more than how comfortable it is. Being realistic with how much time you spend in your bedroom is important.
Your bedroom should be a comfortable and welcoming space where you can relax and unwind after a long day. It should be peaceful and help you sleep at night, not keep you awake surrounded by clutter and feeling closed in and claustrophobic. This is why fitted bedrooms are in such high demand. Every detail is thought out and then your entire bedroom space is mapped out and planned to help you enjoy the storage you need.
Lavender and off white will also be good and popular bedroom paint palettes. It gives the bedroom a spa like tranquility and it is a great paint color choice for small bedrooms. Once the color palette is so understated, you need to inject color in the bedroom as bright draperies and bed linens. Pink with gray, yellow with brown and chocolate and coral with sage green are a handful of popular paint colors for bedrooms.
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