Dress to Impress
Properties that hit the market for either sales or lettings that have well considered and stylish interiors sell and rent infinitely better than those that don’t. Pretty obvious right…
With that in mind here are a few things to think about when investing time and money into your property’s interior whether you are bringing it to market now or in the future.
Venturing outside the comfort zone of muted and neutral colours can be scary, however playing with bold bright colours can pay off. Adding a punch of colour into your home will certainly make your home stand out in the crowd.
Sherbrooke Road, SW6 - SOLD
Bringing the outside inside, introducing some floral interior design is refreshing, brightens up your space and the results of creating this feel is uplifting. Patterns come and go but florals stay forever. Making a statement that will add a bit of class to your space.
Hazlebury Road, SW6 - LET
The classic neutral palatte is always a winner. Neutrals such as beige, ivory, taupe, black, gray and shades of white appear to be without color, but in many applications these hues often have undertones giving your space a sense of sophiscation and calm. It also gives you the chance to express yoursself witth an eye catching centre piece.
Ashcome Street, SW6 - SOLD
Industrial style windows:
The crittall-style window obsession is continuing to grow and grow. This contemporary feature not only adding a sense of depth and life into a room, the gravitas of these statement walls internal or external is remarkable and unforgettable. Your property will be on to a show stopper of a space when these are installed.
Lucinda Sanford’s Gilstead Road, SW6