Home Selling Secrets by Blair: Bathroom Edition Part 1

If you’re thinking about selling your home in the future, it won’t hurt if you make some investments in the form of home remodeling projects. There are many kinds of these projects. The thing, however, is that a midrange bathroom remodeling in Bethesda MD can give you as much as 72.5% worth of returns, according to Remodeling magazine’s “2014 Cost vs. Value Report.”

A bathroom remodeling project can be further improved when combined with tips on how to make your bathroom a true haven of comfort and an instant real estate favorite. You don’t have to worry—Blair Construction can do this for you!

In the first part of our two-part blog, we will list the first five bathroom hacks you can apply.

1.    Make sure that your counters are free of toiletries.
Be sure to stow your toiletries away in their respective storage cabinets. Prospective buyers won’t be happy seeing personal toiletries on your counters because these can distract them and may create an awkward situation. Creating a generally welcoming ambience for buyers is a must.

2.    Maximize your flowers.
Contrary to the first secret, though, having a bare counter may give a boring ambience to your prospective buyers. So let’s take it up a notch. Everyone loves flowers—make use of them. Members of the fauna community can bring life to any space. Fresh plants can also make your bathroom look more sophisticated and give it a more relaxing ambiance.

3.    Maximize storage spaces.
Because of the fact that you aren’t supposed to put anything on your bathroom counters, it is best to make use of your storage spaces as well. Potential buyers want a lot of free space, and the only way you can create space is to create storage spaces. In bathrooms, small baskets and cabinets can be used as both storage and accessories.

4.    Accessorize.
Speaking of accessories, those little buggers can sure make or break your bathroom’s aesthetics. Baskets and even potpourri can be used to create a spa-like ambience. However, exercise caution. Too many accessories can clutter up your space.

5.    Practice minimalism.
As previously mentioned, simplicity is still the key to a good-looking, comfortable bathroom. When it comes to bathroom paint, neutral colors will absolutely bring out the best in your space. Neutral colors are minimalist and simple—you can add any color you prefer through accessories.

If that seemed a little short, don’t worry. We still have part 2 of this two-part blog here, which contains other bathroom hacks that can help you boost your bathroom’s appeal. Remember, when it comes to Annapolis kitchen and bath, we at Blair Construction are your go-to guys.

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