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As potential buyers walk through your home, there are certain areas where they will pay particular attention and that can instantly break a deal. The master bedroom is one of these spaces. If the room is small, cramped, and cluttered, it will not provide the instant impression that you desperately desire. Let’s take a look at just four ways that you can make your small master bedroom impress potential buyers.
In small spaces, you want to eliminate any unnecessary items. For example, if you have a nightstand that is rarely used, dressers that are just taking up space, etc., remove them before your showings. Only include the essential furniture in the space. Keep in mind, that this also includes your bedroom décor as well. Do not fill the room with dozens of accessories and wall art. Keeping your décor simple is best for these small spaces.
Get rid of those dark and thick window curtains. The darkness makes the room feel more enclosed and much smaller. Rather, during your showings, you want to let in as much natural sunlight as possible. Open the windows and include very simple window treatments. Also, make sure both the interior and exterior windows are clean.
Placing a beautiful mirror on the wall is not only a fast and easy way to make a space look larger, but it also adds more light to the room as well. Choose a mirror with a decorative frame and that is the appropriate size for the wall you wish to hang it on. If the mirror is too small, it will not do much good but if the mirror is too large, it will make the space look even smaller.
With a little bit of work, you can create the ultimate cozy, beautiful, and impressive master bedroom for all of your guests and potential buyers.