I’m still amazed at the difference that adding accessories and decorative items makes to a room with just furniture.
I recently collected the styling articles from this property, a
Partial phase in a low to medium real estate area in which the owner had a very
tight budget. I thought I was going to take one
A few snapshots of what “only furniture” looks like and why, earlier in my styling
After traveling, I had a strong feeling of discomfort after the furniture was delivered
and placed, but before the accessories were added. It didn’t look all together
and the room was bare and sterile.
But all I had to do was trust the process and know that the house would turn into a home once the numerous boxes of accessories were emptied and the pillows, throws, and artwork were distributed. The white couch wouldn’t look that strong, the walls wouldn’t look so empty, and the coffee table wouldn’t look so out of place. Styling, placing objects, creating vignettes and adding layers is where the magic happens. And that’s the best part of the project for me. Relief happens here and that’s what I love about installation days.
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