Built In Cabinetry; Plan Before You Build
Looking at the interior of your home there are always some nooks or spaces that scream built-in cabinetry. Buyers when looking at a home for sale love it as it means they are not going anywhere but on the flip side it means the sellers cannot take them with them.
Do the units have shelves, doors, drawers or all three?
Shelving can be used to highlight treasures from a vacation, or place doors on them to hide the items you don’t want scene. Drawers that pullout are great for storing cd’s, movies, photo
Add some finishing touches
By adding crown moulding and trim around the edges that match the rest of your home a more cohesive look will be achieved.
Keep Rooms Balanced
Keep a room balanced by planning the book shelves around a doorway, mantel, window, art collection and or television.
We’ve all heard of the concept of bringing the outdoors in, but this option can bring the indoors out. Window seats extend a room into the outdoor landscape, framing a window overlooking a magical garden, a water feature or any other scenic setting. Fluffy pillows and under-seat storage make these spaces an inviting, organized retreat.
Custom bed alcoves
Parents of young children can relate to the constant need for more beds. While sleeping bags work for sleepovers, what could be more ideal than a niche custom fit with a mattress for that convenient extra bed? And best yet, that alcove also can transform into a cozy reading space for your child when friends are absent.
All these ideas add value to the buyer who is looking for a home to buy.