Master Bathroom Staging
Sometimes a little staging is all you need to finish a space.
Your room may be done, but without the right accessories in the right places, it will never feel finished. This master bathroom had been renovated, but our client felt like it was missing something, so we came in to work some design magic with staging package.
The first step was to change the bookcase for a table to give some contrast and open up the space. We love this geometric black metal table against the soft beige walls.
On the vanity we introduced a set of hand towels that blend the beige and grey palette perfectly. We also added some accessories to the counter – some are functional and some are simply there to add to the aesthetic. We like to use the rule of three when placing accessories, and you can see that in the grouping on the left. It is also important to have height variation when grouping accessories to create visual interest.
Over the toilet, we hung a piece of art that the client already owned that picked up on the tones of the bathroom beautifully while introducing a calm and serene beach theme. That theme was carried into the driftwood accessory you saw on the counter.
The toilet was given a bowl of potpourri, and the wastebasket carried through the beige color palette.