I’ve teamed up with Bairstow Eves for ‘Styled to sell’, the ultimate guide to styling your home.
I’m delighted to be part of Bairstow Eves ‘Styled to Sell’ campaign (HERE), where I share my tips on how to style your dining room when you’re ready to sell your home: Styled to sell: The dining room.
Styled to Sell.
The Bairstow Eves ‘Styled to Sell’ series is a comprehensive six-part guide to styling your home for the property market. It offers simple and effective tips on how to upgrade and refresh every room in your home, before you open your door to prospective buyers.
First impressions last.
Bairstow Eves recognise how important it is to give your home the best chance of creating a great first impression. That’s why they’ve teamed up with interior stylists and bloggers like myself and enlisted the help of their own in-house expert, Marketing Manager Jeremy Briggs, to create the ultimate guide to styling your home.
If you want to declutter your office, revamp your bathroom or embrace the latest interior design trends to entice buyers, you’ll find videos, as well as plenty of helpful tips in this comprehensive six-part series.
Even if money is tight or you’re short on time, the tips on the Bairstow Eves website are designed to make a positive impression on prospective buyers, with minimal cost and effort.
Styled to sell: Making the most of your dining room.
In my own ‘Styled to Sell’ feature, which includes a video of me in my own dining room, I share my top styling tips inspired by 2017’s popular design trends, including: Scandinavian ‘lagom’, Pantone Colour of the year, Greenery, and gallery walls.
Find out more about styling your home to sell.
If you’re planning on selling your home, or you’re simply looking for some inspiration for your next room makeover, why not visit the Bairstow Eves website (here) and find out what Caro Davies (The Twinkle Diaries), Ali Clifford (Incredibusy), Sian Thomas (Rebel Angel), Jeremy Briggs and others have to say about styling your home in the ‘Styled to sell’ series.
Over to you.
Have you got any tips for styling your home to sell? As always, I’d love to hear from you.
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