No Headboard... What to do?... What to do?

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Home Stager with in Vaughan and Toronto GTA

It seems to be more common than not that people do not invest in buying a headboard these days. What to do...what to do?

My fallback solution is to hang artwork over the bed. One piece for a single, two for a double or queen and four for a king. This gives the potential buyer a reason to  remember how big the bedroom is.  (Try not to think about four people in the King size bed!) This achieves the look of a headboard and gives the proper scale and proportion to the bed in the room.

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Rainer
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Terri Lucas
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Wow!  Great idea and pics.  Thanks for the post.

June 24, 2008 08:18 AM
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Kate Elim
Realtor 540-226-1964, Selling Homes & Land at LA
Dockside Realty

Hi Michelle...Do you sometimes go with 2-3 pictures (depending on size and shape) over a king?  That eliminates the thought of four in the bed.  Of course, we don't want to encourage 3 either. 

We have just one over our king but I is fairly large and maybe it doesn't look very good come to think of it.  Oh well!

Kathleen

June 28, 2008 09:47 PM
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Michelle Finnamore
Preparing your property for sale
in Vaughan and Toronto GTA

Hi Kathleen, sometimes I use one large picture but it has to be 2/3 of the width of the bed or I don't use it. That's why multiple pictures works so well. You space them one hand apart and use as many pictures as it takes.

I also use just two quite often. If the homeowner has two small ceramic wall pieces I will sometimes mount them between the two pictures.

 

June 28, 2008 10:03 PM
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Beautiful, rich and elegant.  Lovely!  Thank you for sharing this pic. 

June 28, 2008 10:04 PM
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Stacey Holt
Setting the Stage

I am going to have to check into the placemat thing...interesting?

June 30, 2008 10:11 AM
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Michelle Finnamore

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