Staging the Master Bedroom | Day 18 of 30-Day Home Staging Challenge
On today’s show, we are going to talk about preparing and staging your master bedroom. If you have a master bathroom as part of the suite, I’ll be talking about that on tomorrow’s show where we talk about bathrooms. Your master bedroom is one of the most important areas of the home, because that’s where the buyers are going to be sleeping. They are not going to care about the second or the third bedroom as much, and this is why, when my sellers don’t have the budget to stage the entire house, I usually suggest them to stage the main common areas, like the living room, dining room, kitchen, and master bedroom.
On today’s show, we are going to talk about
- Key elements of a well-staged master bedroom
- Staging inspirations for you
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