Date Published 08 January 2021
While moving might be on the horizon for you within the next six months, that doesn't mean you have to live in a sea of cardboard boxes. Here at Tyler Estates, we're experts in home staging and with a few key pieces, you can still feel at home, while you're looking for your forever home!
Decorate with Pampas Grass
Now that Christmas is over for another year and you've packed everything away, the house will already feel cleaner and more minimal. Use this to your advantage and add on key accent pieces like an oversize vase and key trend pampas grass, which is perfect for complementing neutral colours and adds both warmth and texture to your space.
Keep it eco-friendly in Billericay
We're all thinking about being more sustainable in 2021 and one of the wonderful things about more eco-friendly items is that they have natural colours which complement a neutral room. Think unbleached woods, wicker accents and macrame wall hangings with some in-house plants for a truly instagrammable home that viewers will find delightful both physically and digitally as we market your property online!
Brave Ground for Billericay
Dulux has created a paint that helps to calm and comfort us after a year of being in a global pandemic. Their new paint colour ‘brave ground' has been announced as the colour of the year in 2021 and helps to create resilience which we think is create for a home that might be undergoing some changes this year with moving.
Use this to paint a statement wall or add a mix of calming tonal hues to your bedroom area to build a sanctuary away from paperwork and viewings.
Creating A Softer Landing
Investing in some rugs now is a fantastic way to help keep you warm on chilly mornings but also save the carpets and flooring from any accidental spillages or dirt while viewings are taking place.
For more ideas on how to make your property a space that transition easily from viewing to home-life get in touch with our friendly team at Tyler Estates on 01277 626181 or email us at email@example.com.