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Fill your empty property with stunning furniture styles at the fraction of the cost of physically furnishing it. 

Urban Style –
Our Minimal modern styling comes an authentic vintage feel using contrasting and complimenting elements with stunning new and recycled accessories. Minimal furnished solutions we will use as beautiful décor and architectural indoor plants. Intense colours palettes of vibrant deep black, grey and brown are visible throughout this style of staging.

Scandinavian Style –
With our Scandinavian style, we will stage your room with minimal and sophisticated furniture. Imagine that beautiful dining table set with a cool leather sofa or that bedroom with contemporary bedding to create that understated welcoming yet cosy feeling. Your property listing will be filled with indoor plants and stunning Scandinavian style furniture to create a light, bright space.

Modern Style –
Modern staging is mostly monochrome colour based complimented with neutral tones and in some cases broken by bright colours used in wall art or cushions. Our creative CGI editors will use furniture that involves metal, glass, aluminium or unpainted wood elements to create a sleek looking space. Making a clean and open space feel modern yet welcoming at the same time with a pinch of contemporary art pieces.

Contemporary Style –
We use a soft colouring palette for heavily textured window furnishings, pillows and rugs. However, a heavier presence of colouring through blankets and cleanly framed wall art can be visible in some contemporary styled rooms. We will use a mix of metal, stone and glass, both transparent and opaque with bold furniture in a stunning contemporary home. Our use of cool and modern accessories are implemented into the images throughout this type of styling.

Traditional Style –
Create a classic and light space with traditional style furniture placed in a beautiful formal arrangement to entice the viewer to explore the space further. Standard colour inclusions will be used to make those heavy textures and pieces of furniture used to open the space and create lightness. You will often find lush velvets, all kinds of cotton, richly decorative woven fabrics, paisleys, stripes and plaids patterns.