We’ve been a busy bee home staging in and around the Hamilton area and we couldn’t be happier! Summer is around the corner and homes are going up for sale, left, right and centre. Now is the time to soften up clients’ current décor themes with our staging inventory of soft whites, blues, greens and more. But of course, we always complement with what the clients’ already have and we build from there to create for a strong Open House showing.
We recently staged an older home in the Dundas, Ontario area. It sold quick within a week! Not surprising though, as it is a sought-after area for young families looking to settle in.
Our colour inspiration for this bedroom came from the client’s pretty, quilted bed comforter and her light blue blinds. We brought in the essence of softness to allow potential buyers to picture themselves curled up reading a hard-to-put-down book while gazing through to the garden landscape.
We helped the client declutter her rooms as she is a retiree and on her own. We brought in bright pillows and more new accessories to let her large-sized rooms shine to their potential to be ready for buyers roaming through for Open House. (She recently had her walls freshly painted so wall art was not hung at their request.)
Photo Credit: Real Estate Agent Listing and All in Place (AiP)
Looking to stage your home for sale? Or interior decorating advice? Contact us, we’d love to help you with your design needs!
I know it’s been a while … but as promised I’m back with my final installment of my Interior Design Client’s Master Bedroom.
Our clients embraced the idea of having an accent wall in their bedroom so we went with Benjamin Moore’s Watermelon Red to invoke a bold yet passionate statement as you step into their bedroom. Their surrounding walls are Benjamin Moore’s White Cloud; a nice peaceful balance for them to unwind in at the end of a long day’s work.
Family Photos hang over their bed
We found a large horizontal frame with geometric prints at Winners …. my clients loved the frame but not the prints. But it was a great deal so we decided to remove the three graphical prints and make it their very own by adding family photos in black and white. A mini-DIY project!
As they were moving from Toronto to a small home, they still needed to find a place for all their clothes. We turned to Closets By Design to maximize all the space they could get from their Master Bedroom Closet.
Ahhh … gotta love organization!
Summer officially arrived yesterday – yeah! I’m planning to share a few of my DIY projects over the next two months. Wishing everyone a safe and fun summer! Until next time!