Our Favourite Rooms of 2017
As the year comes closer to an end, we recapped on some of our favourite rooms we styled for the market in 2017.
To begin, it is important to note three recurring objectives that are central to every approach we take in the presentation of a home. We look to create a sense of freshness, elegance and to highlight the best feature of each room when walking in and around the residence.
When asked to prepare a home for sale we often work with the client’s existing furniture and accessories. On our preliminary meeting with the client, we do a home walk-through, assessing what items need to stay and which have to go. The client appreciates this initial meeting as it helps guide them in the decision-making process of decluttering their home, a step that is often hard to take.
We then add furniture, art and accessories that will complement the feel of the house.
All properties we styled in 2017 were sold with great results, and we have a 100% client satisfaction with all our styled properties for the past 10 years.
We created a calming feel for this bedroom amongst the gum trees. We introduced soft grey and blue tones using the cushions, artwork and floor rug. We especially love how the textured wool rug further emphasises the delicacy of the room.
This is the guest house that is located by the side of the swimming pool of this magnificent residence. For this room, we changed the way the furniture was positioned by dividing one large area into two to create a resort feel. A sleeping quarters on one side and on the other, a living space to overlook the lush gardens surrounding the swimming pool.
We transformed this property with a new colour selection for the interior and exterior, the aim was to add a more distinctly modern feel.
Showing here is the dining area, located in the centre of the house with just a skylight for natural light. We added the right sized rectangular dining table and blue upholstered dining chairs for a splash of colour. The large artwork acts as a backdrop to add character to this space.
Our last selected work looks at dressing an old world house for the market. For this lounge room, we changed the layout of the room by centring a 2.5 seater sofa in the middle, then added an ottoman as a coffee table to instantly give a softer more luxurious feel. We jazzed it up with some funky yellow side tables and woven occasional chairs.
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