When touring the average bedroom, do you ever hear a potential buyer say, "I wonder if we could get a twin bed or crib in here?" Probably not. Sometimes you have to literally show the potential of the space at it's maximum value...particularly when the bedroom may be on the "small" side or have some particularly awkward layout that might prohibit the buyer from "seeing" otherwise. I often take this approach when staging vacant properties and starting from scratch. Don't get me wrong. Staged "Kids rooms" can add great value and whimsy where applicable. We've done plenty with great effect! On the other hand, those kids are going to grow up someday and want to ditch the twin bed for something more adult. Why not help that future vision by showing them, "this is a house you can grow into comfortably"!