My home seller took my advice to buy a Bed-in-a Bag for her master. As I've said before, nothing gives as much bang for your buck as a B n/a B treatment. Seller sent me several links for bedding within her budget. This is the one I suggested. "But it doesn't match..." Nope, it doesn't.
Spring has sprung! We had a gruesome Winter. It is tres important for your bedding to look fresh and bright. You can't afford a melancholy Master when selling. I went over to the seller's house to see the bedding when it arrived. I gave it my blessing and moved on to another area of the house to check a color. When I returned, I caught the seller stuffing the comforter into the washer. "STOP!" I screamed in horror. "Please don't wash it!" For staging, you don't want to risk the bedding shrinking and getting lumps in the dryer. (There is a reason B n/a B is such a good value.)
I digress....here is the very dull and rumbled bedding before we changed it.
See that green tissue box on the 'nightstand'? That green POPS. It was my inspiration. (Doesn't everyone get inspiration from a Kleenex box?) The picture below is the bedroom as it appeared in MLS.
After staging, I missed a shot of the mastered bed. Grrrr....It took me and 2 assistants f-o-r-e-v-e-r to get the bedding perfectly smooth, straight and the pillows placed to perfection. The sellers' did a good job of reconstructing it after spending the night in their bed. (But, StagerLinda is an impossible perfectionist.)
The bed is only one side of the glorious room! I'll show you the seating area next post.
Thanks for waiting for me, my amigos.