This is how the master bedroom of my clients Fulham house, looked when it was empty before I styled it to sell. Home-staging the property to create an aspirational lifestyle, can increase selling price and decrease selling time.
The bedroom is very large space, big enough to fit a Superking bed and additional furniture as many buyers prefer 6ft beds in the master bedroom.
The above photo is of the bed area with a doorway on the right to the ensuite bathroom.
The photo below is of the reverse view from the bed end of the bedroom.
The next photos are the final staged views photographed in a very sunny bedroom (it must have been the only sunny day this Winter)!
I chose a light grey divan bed with a high headboard to create a statement and 2 slightly “distressed” side tables that teamed in with the Farrah and Ball-Charleston Grey paint tones on the walls. The White Company bed linen had a grey border, and I layered extra large pillows, cushions and throws to give depth, texture and interest to the bed.
Bedside lamps were tall to balance proportions, and as the room was swallowing up furniture, I added an ottoman at the foot of the bed. I chose to go more modern and minimal in my selection of both the bed and the ottoman as I felt the bedroom lent itself to that feeling, more than a button-back.
I leant the large free-standing mirror at an angle into the corner of the room and balanced the opposite corner of the room with a comfy tub-style chair and soft cable-knit cushion on it.
The room is calm and tranquil, somewhere not just to sleep, but also relax and look out through the huge glass windows at the night time sky and roof-top views.