Hi @marc20002 you asked for some input on your listing but I’m just now getting around to it.
I think I have a few suggestions that will improve this listing for not lots of money - one word: color-
I enjoy TJ Max, Marshalls, the discount stores. It can be fun. If the idea makes your skin crawl, recruit a friend who enjoys shopping. I could help you after the first of the year. I’m far from being an expert, though. Do you have a friend who’s house makes you feel cozy and welcome? Maybe they can give you some tips. Stay within your style but just branch out a bit.
For the bedroom, you may want to add one or two of the following - a new comforter, duvet, of at least a colorful throw on the blanket. Some curtains on the window. A nice print on the wall. Something that looks a little more inviting. Take the photos with more lights on.
Nice bathroom!! Perhaps fill the tub with water, lay out some colorful towels, or white, and/or two nice bathrobes. Ikea sells super cheap all white bathrobes that hold up fine. Have two glasses of red wine, or even champagne classes sitting there, maybe some pretty soaps or other thing to give the idea of luxury. You can get battery operated candles (NO FLAMMABLE ONES!) Give them the idea of this:
You can do all of that for under $100, I think, just a few touches that make it look comfy and warm.
On the patio - very nice! Tidy it up a bit - again - you want people to imagine themselves sitting there. Some pretty place mats on the table - a candle in the middle, maybe a cheese plate or something - maybe the red wine glasses - something to make people think to themselves “I want to go to there” also, “I’m welcome, I’m treasured, there is room for me to be at home there”.
Hope tha’ts not to much - you really have a great set-up. You’re going to do very well. It just needs a little spark!