Strategy in our Design

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Feature 1

Before Staging the above room was lacking appeal. Our strategy was to create a calming effect using heavenly fluffy bedding, with a tray ready for calming tea. The window was stripped of previous blinds and We framed in in rich stain metallic blue curtains to draw the eye to the enormous backyard. A mirrored dresser was placed in the corner to reflect light and create visual interest with modern black and white art.

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Feature 2

Before staging the above dining room was a size buyers complained could not fit a table. Our Strategy was bringing back a classic round table in a marble finish with modern eames chairs to save space. The color of white on the table and chairs created an airy feeling to a small dining space. We created visual interest with gold, and navy blue dining accessories. The art matches the colors in the table settings.

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Feature 3

The above living room had an outdated color scheme on the walls. Our Strategy was to accentuate the walls and architecture creating an updated feel to the space. We used a rich velvet suede couch with tapered arms; offset with green and white pillows to accent the walls. The area rug was chosen in a white shag for interest to ease and calm the green on the walls. A pair of nesting coffee tables were used in a matching tone to the couch. Matching accent table in metal and inlayed wood tops were used to create lightness to the heavy room, and topped them with 4 foot tan ombre vases with light green and white flowers again to compliment the walls and tie the other white accents.