Let’s face it, bathrooms and kitchens are really what sell homes. Staging your bathroom is one effective way to help sell your home and it off the market.
Whether your bathroom is large or small, there are elements you can add to create a light, bright, spa like oasis for ultimate relaxation.
So if you have decided to sell your home and you want to close that sale real fast, we have a few tips for you to draw in home shoppers from the living room into one of the smallest area in the house – the bathroom.
Tip #1 Create a spa like ambiance
Start with the bath tub. Adding an elegant mirror makes the bath tub area seem larger. It doesn’t have to be expensive. Just make sure that it is durable and of good quality. Or if you have one in the storage that you may have kept ages ago and see if it fits.
Tip #2 Use candles
Candles always add ambiance and warmth. Use battery-operated candles that are safe and easy to use. You can put them in clear decorative jars for extra protection from the water. Mason jars works great too!
Tip #3 Stack up on luxury soaps
Now, put some luxury soaps and bath salts on the tub. You can also add extras like massage rollers and bath oils to give it a spa-like atmosphere. Don’t forget the shower! Simply place a luxury bath soap for that “ready to use” feel.
Tip #4 Buy new towels
Add a simple towel rack next to bath tub for functionality and a neutral-colored hand towel near the sink. Fresh towels are practical and complete the look of your bathroom. For a nicer touch, tie them up neatly using lace or white ribbon.
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Tip #5 Decorate the sink
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In the sink area, add a glass container and load it up with scouring pads, luxury soaps, and sanitizers. For that hotel look, place small bottles of soaps and lotions next to the sink. And voila! You’re done.
Now you have created a luxury spa retreat that sure to catch the attention of the home buyer. No cosmetic, no structural changes needed. Bringing your master bathroom up a notch just takes a few small changes in decor.
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