After going through an extensive bathroom remodeling project with a new bathroom vanity, toilet and other accessories, you may think that your space is ready to be viewed by the home-buying public. However, with the housing market in its current state, you'll need a few aesthetic changes to grab a prospective buyer's attention, according to Napsnet.com.
Since much of your hardware and other furnishings are already in place, you can set about incorporating small details to really make the space shine. First off, be sure to clear any clutter on your counter space - this will allow you to include small decorative accents like scented candles, fresh cut flowers and other small pops of color.
If you have a bit of extra space, consider placing a chaise in a corner of your washroom. This will instantly improve the comfort level of the room and give your bathroom a spa aesthetic that's extremely popular in the world of interior design.
Lastly, make sure that your towels and shower curtain are in complementary colors to streamline the look of the space. What last-minute additions do you suggest for an individual putting his home on the market?
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