Ways To Make The Bedrooms Look Bigger When Selling Your House

People looking for a home to buy often take note of the bedroom sizes. If the bedrooms appear really tiny, they may move on to look for homes that offer larger rooms. If you want to sell your house and feel that the bedrooms are too small, you may want to redo these rooms in ways that make them appear larger, and you can do this by following these tips.

Remove everything from the room and paint it

The first step you will need to take is to clear each room out, and you can do this room by room. The goal of this is to be able to repaint the entire room with a color that is light, neutral, and fresh. Light colors will automatically help make small rooms look larger, and neutral colors are always better when trying to sell a house.

Put only the items you really need back in the room

After you are finished painting the rooms, put only the items back in the rooms that are essential. This can include a bed, dresser, and nightstand. Do not fill the rooms back up with the other things you had in them. Instead, pack them away so the rooms are completely uncluttered. If there are things you will need to use, put them in the dresser drawers or closets, but try not to overcrowd the closets. Keeping closets slightly empty will create an illusion that they are bigger than they really are.

Mount anything on the wall that you can

To make a small room look big, you should also try to mount things on the walls instead of setting them on dressers or tables. You could do this by purchasing some wall-mounted lamps instead of using regular table lamps. If there is a TV in a room, you could also mount that on the wall instead of placing it on the dresser.

Add mirrors

The final step is to add mirrors to the walls in the rooms. Mirrors have a way of tricking the eye to make you think an area is bigger than what it is. You won't want to add too many mirrors, but placing two or three in a room is usually enough.

Completing these steps in each of your bedrooms might cost some money, but the rooms will not only look bigger; they will also look nicer, tidier, and more appealing to potential buyers. If you need further assistance with staging your home to sell it, talk to a real estate agent, like Amy Willis & Associates LLC.