Priming the Primary Bedroom

Staging the whole home, in general, is important, but if you have to pick and choose what to stage, there are some rooms that are more important than others. According to the National Association of Realtors Profile of Home Staging, staging the living room was found to be very important for buyers (46%), followed by staging the master bedroom (43%), and staging the kitchen (35%). (View the 2021 report highlights here.)


We've talked about how versatile the living room can be, and how many different directions you can go with staging the common area. The master bedroom, or, known today as the "primary bedroom" can be just as versatile. Much like the living room, you want the living area to be inviting and well-received, but for different reasons.


There are an infinite amount of ways you can stage a bedroom to make it feel "like home." Before you get overwhelmed with all of the options, Staging Dallas has narrowed down a few ways to prime the primary bedroom so your future homebuyer will know exactly what to focus on.


Remind them of future memories

Photo by Lance Selgo/Unique Exposure Photography


This doesn't make total sense, but hear us out. What we're saying is to add details that house hunters can picture themselves doing in the future. Above, we staged a breakfast in bed to stir the warm emotion of someone who thoughtfully brings you coffee on a lazy Saturday morning, in this bed, in this room, in this house. Humans are visual creatures, so the more specific details you place in the room, the better.



Maximize space by creating new areas

Photo by Lance Selgo/Unique Exposure Photography


The bedroom above is narrow, and we didn't want it to have a lot of empty space. To make the room feel more complete, we brought in an additional table and chair and staged them as an alternative way to use the bedroom. The potential home buyer might think, "Not only is there room for a bed but a reading nook, too!" and the space instantly feels larger.



Unobstructed natural light

Photo by Lance Selgo/Unique Exposure Photography


A common mistake with placing bedroom furniture is positioning the bed directly in front of the window. You never want to obstruct the beautiful natural light! Natural light does a lot of things, it brightens the space which makes it feel larger, it improves mood, and it can emphasize details like wood flooring.


By utilizing one or all of these tips, your primary bedroom will be primed to sell! If you need additional staging assistance or consultation, don't hesitate to reach out to Staging Dallas today.

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