BLUE IS THE NEW BLACK
As a home stager and designer, I’m always mixing things up. My design reflects a smattering of transitional contemporary Cape Cod chic, coupled with a touch of urban modernism. I’m passionate about energizing spaces using an elegant palette of colors that creates a cozy unique atmosphere.
For the longest time, using blue in home staging was taboo.
Call me an outlier, but at a time when other designers were adhering to more of a monochromatic color scheme, I never turned my back on this majestic color. Since I began my design career, I have accentuated many a space with a hint of blue. Whether it be a piece of furniture, rug, throw, pillow or an original piece of artwork; no matter what, blue has always been my go to color in creating an eye-catching look.
ART IS KEY
Having the right mélange of blues, working intuitively together in a space can be tied together beautifully with a painting, rich in textures and hues of blue. This is always highly appealing to buyers who are searching for something more original.
THE POWER of BLUE
Buying a home is extremely emotional and sensory based. Color experts and psychologists say that lighter shades of blue are calming, increase focus and confidence as well as build trust. These things are paramount in order to guarantee a successful sale and a happy ending for your clients!
We absolutely loved staging this gem of a Topanga cottage surrounded by 30 acres of pristine land, complete with its’ very own vineyard. It sold for $2.74 mil to a Hollywood couple looking for a rustic retreat from the fast paced LA lifestyle.
Recently after we staged this modern new construction in Huntington Beach, the house sold for $1.949 mil.
We would love to help you create more happy homes as well!