OK, what I am about to say could be perceived as quite radical; but I really don’t believe in ‘neutralising’ properties prior to marketing. I have seen many neutral, de-personalised, magnolia rooms which are so awfully dull and uninspiring that they do nothing to attract premium buyers. While a good spring clean and de-clutter is essential, it is also important to retain a sense of style that reflects the character and architecture of the house.
Our portfolio at Home Stagers is wonderfully diverse, we adapt our designs for a broad range of properties, transforming empty properties into stunning desirable homes. We ensure that every show home we design is tailored to suit the market and meet the aspirations of a very discerning public. Photos should not only accurately reflect the property, but should convey a certain panache! Beautiful photos are the perfect tool for promoting your property, they elevate and extend the marketing potential to a much wider audience of potential buyers! The past few weeks have been so exciting at Home Stagers; we have been working in the centre of the Suffolk town Woodbridge in a beautifully elegant Grade II* Georgian town house. Our brief was to create an interior that would reflect the grace of the period architecture and embrace modern living!
Our wide inventory includes a collection of antique beds and I thought that one of these would be perfect to create a show stopping bedroom using Designers Guild linens! This property is on the market with Savills. In contrast, we have just completed a contemporary show house in a stunning new build property at Holme-next-the-Sea. This unique upside down house, features huge first floor open plan living spaces with fantastic views. We zoned the living space into defined and functional areas, employing a bold contemporary colour palette. This property is currently on the market with Sowerby’s.