Bedroom 2Contemporary Bedroom, London
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Clear outHere’s another on-the-day essential to help make your home the one prospective buyers fall for. No room should be off limits, so go out for the duration of any viewings – and take tempted-to-lie-in teens and any visiting or resident parents or in-laws with you. Lovely as your pets are, they need to be out of the way, too, and their bowls and other stuff tidied away.Tell us…How did you get your home ready to sell? Share your experiences in the Comments section.
Add colour through soft furnishingsGrey can be a wonderful choice for anyone who has constantly changing tastes. Teenagers in particular are known for wanting to paint their bedrooms in all sorts of interesting colour combinations. Using grey as the base colour for brighter accents, in the form of artwork and soft furnishings, gives you – and your kids – the freedom to express your personalities without doing any permanent damage.Check out 10 ways to personalise a rented home
Make merry music Rich slate grey offset with vibrant tangerine makes for a great colour-mix alternative to the ubiquitous blue and white boy’s room. It creates a more grown-up, retro ambience and works well for every rock star in the making.Ensure there’s sufficient room for guitars, amps and any other techy equipment – and have your earplugs on standby.