What is an interior stylist?
An interior stylist is trained in interior design but has a flair for real estate and for making a property live up to its full potential and appeal to a broad market.
Buying a home is an emotional and aspirational task. Interior stylists harness that emotion by creating a space that potential buyers can see themselves in.
Traditionally, the basics of presenting your home for sale are to clean, tidy, neaten the garden, complete small maintenance jobs internally and to get rid of any funny odors.
Jim’s Interior Design stylists goes that much further. A Jim’s interior stylist will fill your home with quality furnishings such as cushions, art, books, plants, lighting or furniture pieces that will make the very most of what the property has to offer and help your property reach its optimum selling price on auction day.
An interior stylist is an expert in
- Making the function of each room in a home very clear. In large or small spaces, a stylist can demonstrate how furniture can be positioned to make the most of what is on offer.
- Masking unattractive rooms
- Taking unusual nooks and crannies and using creative styling to display the best possible function of a space
- Creating beautiful spaces through the use of complimentary colours, textures and interior accents
What are the benefits in using an interior stylist?
The biggest benefit in using an interior stylist is that interior styling can add a substantial boost to the value of your home. Australian studies by the Institute of Home Staging have reported that property styling can add 7 – 17% to your property sale price.
Adding to that it is proven that well styled properties sell faster and attract more bidders at auction. The home stands out when compared to similar properties and looks really impressive online and in printed marketing and promotional materials.
What do Jim’s Interior Design offer?
Jim’s Interior Design offer packages based on the size of your home – from one bedroom apartments to large four bedroom family homes.
Our home staging packages can include items such as –
- Any combination of 2 or 3 seat sofas or a chaise lounge
- Occasional chair
- Coffee and side tables
- Entertainment unit and/or console tables
- Floor rug
- Table and floor lamp
- Feature artworks
- Coordinating accessories and soft furnishings
- Dining table and chairs
- Queen bed ensemble
- Double bed ensemble
- Single bed ensemble
- Linens and soft furnishings
- Bedside tables and lamps
- Coordinating bath accessories and towels
Extras including TV’s, outdoor furniture and premium fine art works are also available and these options can be discussed in your complimentary consultation with Jim’s Interior Design.
* Data has been gathered using local and international studies on the Home Staging Industry by the Institute of Home Staging.
The Jim’s Interior Design Difference
Jim’s Interior Design also offer a layby option so you can concentrate on saving your money for any other jobs you need to do to get your property ready to go to market.
Looking to sell your home for more? Don’t hesitate, talk to the experts at Jim’s Interior Design on 131 546 now.
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