Nest Seekers recognizes the importance of networking, connecting and sharing our voice and content with communities around the world.
You can now follow us at your convenience on your favorite community platforms including FaceBook, YouTube, LinkedIN, Jigsaw, Twitter and many more.
Join us, follow us, share us and share with us. Stay connected.
|Dec. 19, 2012||| Ben Zeitlin||Tweet|
“It doesn’t show well if it looks like somebody has just gotten out of bed,” she said, adding that first impressions are everything, and an unsightly tangle of blankets is off-putting. “The bedroom is important because people will visualize themselves there, and the possibility of resting there,” she said.
To make the bed appear as clean and serene as possible, Ms. Jackson suggested, use white sheets and neutral-colored covers. “You don’t have to spend a lot of money,” she said. “You can have one crisp white set of sheets that you buy on sale.”
Pillowcases are particularly important, she noted, because they’re usually visible above the covers, so buy a new set. “I usually even press them when I’m doing a staging,” she said.
|Clothes to everything|