Saying Bye to a Bachelor Pad

An office gets transformed into second bedroom to appeal to more buyers.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionNow the master bedroom is a warm and inviting space for potential homebuyers.
The master bedroom started out as a blank slate. Now, it has been transformed into an intriguing, welcoming hideaway. Reorienting the bed to sit in the underneath the window opens up the space and gives the room a focal point. Warm, subtle colors, elegant window treatments and new lighting inside the cornice makes a wonderful little haven that homebuyers are sure to remember.

Before, the master bathroom (not shown) was outdated and bland. Now, it’s a natural extension of the chic master bedroom. Large 16" x 16" floor tile laid on an angle make helps make the space seem bigger. A new vanity, countertop, sink and shelving provide even more style and function.

Tip: Consider a presale inspection of your home before you put it on the market. This way you can identify any potential problems that could cost you big money at the closing table.

Cost Information:

tile $86
vanity and sink $575
cornice and lighting $225
full bed $180
window treatments $120
bedding and pillows $252
paint and accessories $558

Total $1,996

Master Bedroom Makeover

curtain rod: Wal-Mart - 004243729018
queen bed pillows: Wal-Mart - 002119121580
toss pillows: Homegoods - 009889, 007110, 089057, 037911, 033725 and 101262
curtains and sheets: Homegoods - 014568 and 028474
queen comforter set: T.J. Maxx - 322462
track lighting behind cornice: The Home Depot - three-dimmer 439345
paint tint: LUU Color Center - 08828911571