Master Bedroom Transformation - Redesign by Captiva Design

Master Bedroom Before #1
Master Bedroom Before #1

Can you believe that this is the same Master Bedroom?  Well it is.  What did we do to change the look and feel of this room?  Several creative things were done.

1.  If you want to make an immediate change to any space, change the wall color.  Paint is your best friend when Staging or Decorating a room.  This burgundy color was too strong and dark for the room.  When selling your home, stick with neutral colors to visually enlarge the space.  We used Sherwin Williams #6071 Popular Grey to lighten the space, and what a difference the new color made.

Weston Master Bedroom After #2
Weston Master Bedroom After #2

2.  You may have noticed that we changed the orientation of the furniture.  Furniture placement is important when Staging your home.  Buyers want to see space, and when you walk into the Master Bedroom, the positioning of the bed will be important to how the room will show.  Re-position furniture pieces so it makes sense to the floor plan.

3.  This room has lovely hardwood floors, but along with the dark wood furniture we needed something to breakup the dark tones on top of each other and create a more cozy feel within the space.  We added a simple cream shag rug.  It's always good to keep rooms light & bright.  Rug:  Lowes

Bedding Decor Tight Shoot
Bedding Decor Tight Shoot

4.  Bedding makes the bed.  It's important to invest in a nice comforter, quilt or duvet set for your bed along with some accent pillows for a pop of color.  Bedding & Accent Pillows:  SteinMart & HomeGoods  Lamps:  Kirklands

Contact Captiva Design for all your Redesign needs.  Use what you have to create looks that potential Buyers want.  We can help you!  Contact us at 954.205.6555 to schedule your Consultation.  ALL Budgets, ALL Styles.

Happy Décor!

Additional Views, Before & After

Master Bedroom Before #2
Master Bedroom Before #2
Weston Master Bedroom After #1
Weston Master Bedroom After #1