Most of the time, parents won’t show their children’s rooms when selling their homes to prospective buyers. They have relatively done well to hide their kid’s living quarters when advertising, in an attempt to paint a picture-perfect home that is absolutely neat and clutter-free.
However, property brochures for upmarket properties in areas like London and Chelsea are now starting to show off the rooms of their children to the public eye.
Stylishly parading their spaces and openly exhibiting that your house is child-friendly, could be the key to successfully draw in more families into wanting to purchase your property.
Designer feature walls and rooms with cars for beds are now appearing in brochures, telling buyers that well-designed kids’ rooms can certainly add value to your home.
A London-based estate agency advertises a £3 million house with a huge living area that was exclusively designed for the children. With a feature wall Lego wall stickers and painted dinosaurs, this room embodies the ultimate playroom without looking messy and dishevelled.
Another property advertisement for a house in Chelsea has pictures of lovely pink room with similarly pink chairs and a customized house-shaped toy cupboard. Now that can certainly persuade kids!
Big country houses may also have more space to afford slightly extravagant playrooms. One specific property showed photos of a huge basement soft play area, all-packed with a ball pit and a swing.
Children’s rooms are becoming better than ever and some parents are really investing more and more into providing their kids with their dream rooms. After all, they’ll someday inherit the property itself.