De-clutter bedroom. Windows, floors and mirrors should be clean. Remove rugs.
Beds should be made and tidy
Tip: Keep It Simple
Remove distracting, unnecessary furniture from the bedroom. Bedrooms need to send a signal of relaxation and comfort, not where you're doing your work, not where you're storing everything.
Use props on the bed to give a warm feeling
Childrens rooms should be decorated to give the buyer a feeling that their kids could live there.
Tip: Use Color Creatively
Color can be incorporated in many ways, so don't be afraid to use it creatively. From unique pieces of art to decorative pillows, a pop of color can really catch a buyer's eye.
Excess pillows and throw blankets should be put away
Tip: Add a Headboard
Headboards draw attention to a bed and make a bedroom feel fancy.
Clear nightstands of all personal items
Remove all clutter from top of dressers
Keep walls simple. Remove personalized names from walls. Remove wall stickers/posters.
Tip: Stick to a Color Scheme
Coordinating bedding and window treatments add instant style and class to a bedroom.
Keep it clean and inviting. Remove/hide garbage bin, diaper genies, etc.
Tip: Let Light In
Letting outside light in can brighten the space and make the room feel larger.
Walk In Closets: Clean, tidy, nicely hung clothing, floors clean (Photo usually taken from across the room and rarely is there a single image of just the closet).
Tip: Don't Forget Storage Space
Resist the temptation to shove clutter into closets – buyers will be opening all your closet doors during showings. It's a good idea to clear out unnecessary clutter, and organize your shelves to show off how much storage you really have. Plus, it gives you a chance to start packing, as you will definitely be moving once buyers see all that closet space.
Clean under bed. Remove items that may show in the photos
Smaller bedrooms could be a guest room or a child's room so decorate accordingly
Stage a small Bedroom as an Office
Tip: Stage Rooms With One Purpose
Potential buyers are confused by extra rooms that have a mishmash of uses. To avoid this problem, stage the room as an office, meditation room, home gym, or yoga studio.