Guest blog: What You Need to Stage® a Kid’s Bedroom

| March 20, 2014 | Comments (0)

Although a child’s bedroom may look like a toy store exploded in it most of the time, you don’t want to simulate that look when Staging the home. In reality, you want to make it look simple, yet ideal for the perfect look. It’s uncommon for a child to have an immaculate bedroom most of the time, but that is the look you want to present. What are some things you want to add in order to give it that additional feel of being occupied by a child?

1. Bright Colors - Colorful blankets and pictures are usually symbols of providing that “childish” look to any room. Usually, the entire spectrum of the rainbow is present in one form or another. This can be as simple as a bedspread that is colorful to an overall appearance from wall to wall. Even themes for a few cartoon characters around the room could provide the feeling of a child’s room while displaying some of that color.

2. Books - Displaying a few children’s’ books around the room could also provide the ambiance of adolescence. The kinds of books that are available may denote the age group of the child you are focusing on. Many people will utilize books that are good for toddlers. You don’t need a library worth of titles on bookshelves or desks, but a handful can go a long way to promote reading in the child’s room. Every parent likes the idea of promoting education, and this could strike a chord for the potential buyer. Pick book covers that go with your theme.

3. Stuffed Animals - Stuffed animals are gender neutral when Staging a young child’s room. A few of these on the bed or perhaps one on a dresser adds more to the feeling of the locale. You do not want to add too many, however as it could make the room look cluttered.

4. Organizational Methods - There are many ways that you can display methods to show organization within the kid’s bedroom. Some home Staging ideas have used baskets placed neatly in shelving areas with a few toys in them. You could even use a larger general toy box in the room that can be easily moved once the home is sold. Like the stuffed animals, you don’t want too many toys present as it could feel more cluttered to those looking into the bedroom.

These are just a few things that you can add to a kid’s room to give it more of a connection to those potential buyers that have children of their own. You want to keep the entire display simple, but using items related to childhood can give it more appeal for those needing a home to support a family.

Rachael Cherry is a wife, mother, and writer who is passionate about helping connect families in need with high quality caregivers. She has taken that passion and put it to work through NannyPro, a respected online nanny referral service. Learn more by visiting @NannyPro on Twitter.

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