To keep the bath hotel-spotless and discourage people on tour from using the fancy towels, I like to tie a decorative ribbon around the ones I've artfully arranged on rods. I know that some may find this practice hokey, but I want to be practical. I don't want people using them. If they want to wash their hands, they're on their own.
Make sure your towel bars match the faucet. If possible all hardware should match, including shower head and spout, door hinges, toilet paper holder, and towel rings. Changing out shower hardware is the tricky one because you'll probably need a plumber. The others are DIY projects.
|People like hotel-style curved shower rods.|
Today's staging needs to be more sophisticated. Keep it simple and tasteful, the way you would actually live if you had a maid!
Don't burn candles for a showing. Don't leave the house with easy listening instrumental music playing. Don't add fake photos as props. So wrong!
|More than in any other room, good bathroom lighting is crucial. Traditional Home.|
Except for the part about you having to be the room service person, you might even begin feeling like you live at a luxury hotel.
Plan to take Mr. Clean (Magic Eraser) into the shower with you. That's how I keep our glass shower doors and tile surround from getting dull, just by wiping walls as I rinse. Call me crazy, but the shine speaks for itself.
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