We spend a lot of time in our bedrooms. Make these spaces a sanctuary, a place your buyer can relax, unwind and sleep well.
Look at investing in a fresh doona cover or some nice pillows.
Pack away your jewellery. Anything that is sentimental or worth money should be removed during inspections.
Anything you don’t want people to see, remove. People will be opening drawers and cupboards and can be a little nosy during inspections, so pack personal items away.
A good wardrobe is on everyone’s wish list. Stand back and assess your space. Could you increase the storage and functionality by adding extra shelves, hanging or shoe storage? elfa shelving is the easiest and most flexible solution in a wardrobe.
It’s easy to create a dream wardrobe that will wow your potential buyer and help them fall in love with your home. Ask in-store about our free design and quote service.
If you are happy with your wardrobe infrastructure, you will want to clear excess clothes and ensure your shoes are stored and displayed well.
If your wardrobe is crammed and overflowing, a buyer will automatically think they won’t have enough room to fit their clothes. You want to create a feeling of spaciousness. Once you have decluttered, invest in some wardrobe boxes, dividers and other solutions that will help you make your space look more organised.
Kids bedrooms, should be kept clutter free, so your home appeals to everyone, no matter what their circumstance or how old their kids are.