Interior Styling or "ReDesign": What is it and why?
ReDesign is unique in the ability to quickly rejuvenate a room’s décor using existing furnishings and accessories. Create a fresh new look all in one day! Clients have great pieces and ideas, but just haven't been able to make it all "come together," or have been too busy to experiment. We can make dramatic improvements in the space without having to start over. We love to add in, reinvent or up-cycle new elements to make the room pop!
What does the styling process look like?
Initially, we meet for a design consultation outlining what the plan is and any “homework” (clean, edit, repair) the client may have to complete and then set the date for the ReDesign and styling. We then work our magic, creating warm, inviting, functional spaces that work. Your Home…ReFreshed! For real estate staging the homeowner may be more involved in the editing and de-cluttering process.
Staging works, it’s a fast and inexpensive way to prepare a home for sale. A staged and styled property stands out above other comparable listings, selling fast and for top dollar.
90% of people view homes first on the Internet…photos are more important than ever!
85% of buyers who searched online went on to view or drive by the homes…will they stop and want to see more or just keep driving?
79% of sellers are willing to spend up to $5,000- $8,000 to get their house ready for sale…have you done everything you can to sell?
63% of buyers were willing to pay more money for a house that is move- in ready… no more fixer uppers!
58% of buyers are willing to make a decision to buy within seeing 10 properties …make your home the one they remember! (Maritz Research Staging Polls)
The staging process begins with a consultation to determine homesellers needs. A checklist of “homework” (declutter, edit, home repair) is created and to be completed prior to staging. Our design team then comes back to redesign and style the occupied property or bring in fine lease furniture, art and accessories to transform a vacant space. Realtors also often have staging as part of their marketing package. Builders and developers use staging to highlight their show suites in new developments and show homes.