If you’re looking to sell your home then you might be interested in finding the best bespoke joinery London has to offer to finish all those jobs that need to be done before it goes on the market. That’s the advice of the interior experts at the Mail Online, who think you should focus on creating a bedroom with plenty of storage and space before selling up. Take a look at their top tips for home improving before moving.
Invest in some beautiful bespoke fitted wardrobes in a modern style that will instantly make a good first impression. Many homes often have fitted wardrobes which are dated and are usually one of the first things new buyers will want to remove, but investing in updated versions can help to sell your home and provide valuable storage. Although bespoke joinery can eat up a large portion of your budget, by investing in this you’ll more than likely make the money back when it comes to selling.
While, for most people, having the biggest bed possible it the ultimate goal to create optimum comfort, having a huge bed can often make a room feel smaller than it actually is, eating up floor space which could better sell your home. You may want to downsize for a while if you have a spare double-size bed, as this will help the room feel instantly larger.
Removing original features in your renovations is a big no-no, as they are a great selling point, which will definitely attract buyers.
When it comes to colours try to always go for the most neutral option, although it may not be your taste, for a buyer it will seem like more of a blank canvas to put their own stamp on.