The focal point of your master bedroom is obviously the bed. While your functional bed might be comprised of less pieces, your bed during staging should be a work of art. Let’s look at a few things to consider for the most important part of your master bedroom staging: • Use coordinated and matching bed coverings. It’s helpful that companies tend to group entire bedroom sets that correspond to colored themes, but ensure these match your furniture, as well. • Use a bed skirt if you have belongings stashed beneath your bed to mask your storage scheme. You’ll have to put these on first, as lifting the mattress is usually required. • Choose your pillows wisely. “Jewel” pillows are useful for matching your other decorations, but don’t put an excess number of pillows that make the bed look like a teenager sleeps there, rather than the attractive, relaxing, spa-like environment you want to create. Cover every pillow in a matching pillow case and try to have each side of the bed symmetrical. Disregard the preferences of your spouse and simply match the colors. • Throw blankets are a good way of accenting your master bedroom. You can use this to bridge the local customs and patterns of the regions where you’re selling your home. For instance, a vaguely nautical theme for a house in New England can help sell your home in the same way that a Southwestern-themed pattern design can in that region of the U.S.
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