Commercial Styling

Commercial Styling

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You’re proud of what you sell, and this is exactly the first impression your customers should get.

When selling new builds via shows homes, garden buildings via show sites or even a new all singing all dancing wrist watch via a high-street shop window or magazine ad, all of these ‘customer contact’ platforms need to look the best they possibly can. After all, a first impression is lasting.

Especially when talking about high price tagged items like a new home, customers need to be able to imagine themselves owning the item be able to make that on the spot decision of ‘we will take it’.

We take visual information in within an instant, this being one of the many reasons why interior styling is such a powerful tool. It’s a way of shouting ‘this is a family home suitable for two children and a dog’, the exact words you want to say without having to literally say them to each and every customer.

No matter what the product may be, you want something that will stick in potential customers minds! If they do initially walk away ‘to think about it’, it will stay at the forefront of their thoughts until they are back to purchase.

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Show homes

Turning that new build sterile looking space into a full of personality lived in looking home. Allowing viewers to be able to vision themselves within the space, and making that ‘we will take it’ decision to come much easier.

 

Retail space design

Total refits can be extremely costly, and not always necessary. Interior styling works with what you already have in-place but changes the look an feel through changing colour ways, furnishings and accessories. It’s a cost effective way to give your retail space an exciting, inviting new appearance without the big price tag of a refit.

 

Show rooms

Yes you want your product to take centre stage in the showroom, but you still need it’s surroundings to feel comfortable and inviting. I love new car shopping, but I hate the rubber smelling, warehouse feeling showrooms. I generally have a quick look around and leave to have a think. Styling your showroom in the right way will have customers feeling they can take there time and enjoy the experience in a relaxing inviting environment.

 

Customer show sites – Garden shed, Garden buildings, Conservatory’s

Much like a show home, you want potential customers to vision how they can use a space when viewing it. Through interior styling you can show all the ‘out of the box’ uses people wouldn’t initially think of. A summerhouse could be a cinema room, a large shed could be a gym.. the list goes on. These all becoming a huge selling point to buying additional living space.  

 

Holiday homes, Glamming pods / tepees

Much like a show home, you want potential customers to vision how they can use a space when viewing it. Through interior styling you can show all the ‘out of the box’ uses people wouldn’t initially think of. A summerhouse could be a cinema room, a large shed could be a gym.. the list goes on. These all becoming a huge selling point to buying additional living space.  

 

Product displays

You want to grab the attention of passers by as quickly a possible; after all there are so many surrounding products to steal their gaze. Creating the perfect visual story to quickly explain what your product is about and keep the attention of the right customers is crucial when wanting to produce a sale from a first glance.

 

Style to shoot – product

Photographs speak a thousand words, so you want to make sure potential customers are getting the right message from the instant they see any advertisement. Making your products scream exactly what they are about and creating excitement.

 

Office space restyle

Creating the right environment for your employees is key to productive minds. If you own a creative agency you want your workspace to look really edgy and stimulating, there is nothing worse then white walls, sun stained carpets and no wall art to get creative juices flowing.