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Property Styling & Staging

Valiant Property Styling

Valiant has mastered the art of weaving the correct elements together to exquisitely and sensibly present a home for sale. The goal is to help achieve the optimal price in the quickest possible time.

Armed with a keen understanding of the ever-changing market, design trends, and what inspires different buyers, our stylists tailor their approach to every project.

Presentation is everything. While trends change, Valiant follows these timeless guidelines to ensure each property we style is well prepared for open day.

Clean, declutter, refresh.

Buyers should be able to feel the property as potentially theirs during their walkthrough. A good refresh is the first step; therefore, thorough cleaning followed by minor repairs and repainting are important. Finally, the home should be decluttered and personal items stored away.


Style for your target market

It’s sometimes tricky to say no to homeowners’ design preferences, but styling with looks and trends that resonate with the target market create the best opportunities for the sale. 


Give extra love to key rooms

Buyers tend to gravitate towards the living areas (indoor/outdoor), dining room, & master bedroom. Putting extra effort into presenting these goes a long way in helping buyers to experience the potential lifestyle they can have in a home. 


Allow for free movement

Ample space for buyers to walk through from front to back of a home is needed. It ensures a good viewing experience and creates an impression of spaciousness (especially for smaller homes).


Colour and furniture to balance a space

Viewers should feel comfortable when walking into a room. The keys to achieving this are colour and furniture choice.

As a rule of thumb, enlarge the feel of a space using light and neutral colours on your walls and for your design scheme.

In selecting furniture, scale is essential. Furniture should amply fill the room – neither cramping it nor leaving too much open space.