Our 22 elegant bedroom staging ideas offer some great tips on how to stage any kind of bedroom for optimal selling success!
Welcome to our gallery featuring a number of incredible bedroom designs created by Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
The company focuses on providing staging services and selling custom, high-quality furniture to interior designers and decorators, among other customers.
Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors has been sought out by popular interior designers as a source of high-quality furnishings and accessories, and takes pride in providing well-crafted, bench made furniture at a reasonable price.
Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors chooses quality over quantity and handmade over assembly line. They offer a comprehensive catalogue of furniture in dozens of styles, as many staging companies do.
However, the company also offers complete customization options so that customers can make any desired alterations to pieces in the catalogue.
This gallery aims to use the incredible designs by Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors to illustrate a list of important tips to keep in mind when staging a home to sell.
When designing and staging a bedroom, remember these tips:
- Let the sun shine in. Sources of natural light are desirable, and potential buyers will definitely be looking for all the sources of light in your bedroom. So when staging, open the shades, crack a window, and add a few sources of artificial light to make the room seem even brighter. You can’t have too many sources of light in a bedroom. To cheat this in a small room, apply a light shade of paint on the walls and choose bedding and furniture that stick to that light palette. (Source: HGTV)
- Appeal to him as well as her. You need to impress both sexes, so you aren’t alienating a portion of the market. Get rid of any features that seem too gender-specific, which may include excessive ruffles or sports memorabilia, as well as particular paint colors. Swap the paint color for something neutral, find bedding that matches, then bring a color back in with complementary accessories. (Source: HGTV)
- Replace personal photos. The point of staging is to invite potential buyers into picturing themselves living in your home, and that gets awfully difficult when you have family photos strewn throughout your home’s design. By replacing personal photos with artwork, your home will look great in listing pictures, and you won’t turn off any potential buyers. (Source: Forbes)
- Make the bed a focal point. Cover that boxspring, invest in a headboard, a bedskirt, or a duvet cover. The bed should be the focal point of any bedroom, so don’t be afraid to really do it up. Elegance is key to making your bedroom seem inviting; like a retreat. (Source: Home Guides)
- Don’t shy away from decorative displays. Adding small, tasteful displays will stave off the stark, deserted look that your home will have once you remove all your personal knick-knacks and displays. When making your displays, choose colorful decorative items in odd numbered groupings, making sure to vary height, texture, and shape. (Source: Forbes)
We hope that these tips will help you make the best decisions and help sell your home faster!
Light, neutral colors allow this bedroom to easily appeal to both men and women. Color and style are added back in through plaids in the armchair and plaid blanket, in addition to yellow in the table lamps and throw pillow. An accent wall behind the bed adds a personal touch and draws the eye to the bed. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
This bedroom is spacious and includes a wealth of windows, which are all unshaded, letting as much light in as possible. Bedside lamps are also included and turned on, for extra light. The walls are in a light, neutral color, with color pulling the eye to the bed. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
From the other side of the bed, we can see the small seating area in front of the largest window, furnished with a luxurious chaise lounge and punctuated by two landscape images above. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
While much of this bedroom is in a muted white, color is added back in by a rich turquoise in the chair and blanket, and a soft green by the console table and painting above it. While the French doors are frosted for privacy, they still let in loads of light, and are helped by lamps. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
The two sections of this bedroom are separated by a swath of open space, but united by a similar color palette. This is an example of a dark bedroom. While the bedroom lacks recessed lighting or natural light, it can be made to seem lighter with white paint, bedding, and a few table lamps. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
This much more modern example is bedroom, bathroom, and sitting area all encased in glass balustrades. The whole of the room is in light colors, with contrasting dark floors. The glass balustrades keep the sections separate, but prevent them from feeling enclosed. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
From another angle, we can see lamps and other small displays adding a soft, lived-in touch to the otherwise modern layout. There are no personal photos to be seen, instead replaced by art. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
In small bedrooms, light can make all the difference. Bedside lamps, recessed lighting, and French doors all combine to bring light into this somewhat small space. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
Adding a furry throw pillow in a slightly different shade helps dress up the bed and pull the eye to it as the focal point of the room. The bed has also been dressed up with an incredible stone accent wall as a headboard. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
This spacious master bedroom is in white and utilizes lamps and mirrors to help reflect light throughout the spacious room. A seating area is arranged in front of the large bay windows. A splash of color is brought in via the navy velvet sofa. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
Soft colors like gray and charcoal can be used safely in a mostly white bedroom to provide contrast and color. A simple vintage print was introduced to the design to tie into the yellow throw pillows. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
While in most bedrooms, the bed is a focal point, this bedroom chooses to allow the magnificent view from the bay windows take center stage, and the bed plays second fiddle, blending into the light color palette. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
This small bedroom gets plenty of natural light through the two windows, but table lamps in an accent color are still added to complete the design. Again, we see how adding simple, impersonal prints can keep a bedroom feeling well-loved, but welcoming. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
Cream and beige are neutral colors that keep your bedroom appealing to both men and women. The bed is dressed up by two small seats in front of the rich wood of the bed frame. A simple watercolor landscape painting brings color into the room. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
The sheer size of this bed frame makes the bed the focal point of the room, and the texture in the area rug furthers this effect. Plenty of lamps ensure that even during an evening showing, this room has plenty of light. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
This bedroom is more liberal with the color, using various shades of teals to lighten up the neutral walls and bedding. Paintings replace personal photos, and an orchid adds a bit of organic, tropical beauty. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
The bedroom is seen from a different angle, highlighting the decorative mirror and small displays on the dresser. Exotic and beachy elements are combined to give the bedroom a sense of a vacation getaway. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
A mirrored closet is used to reflect light around the space and make the bedroom feel much larger than it is. Sleek, light colored furniture and bedding add to this effect. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
This bedroom is a great way to showcase the principle of arranging items on shelving. Not every shelf is full, but the items are varied in shape, color, and texture, creating that magazine-look that so many covet. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
The checkered pattern on the bed frame is a great example of using color and pattern in a more subtle way to draw attention to the bed as a focal point. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
Opening the window during the showing helps chase away any “house-whiff” you may have accumulated and helps set a relaxing atmosphere in a bedroom. See the complete home portfolio at Bespoke Home Staging & Interiors.
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