Here at Systematic Home Staging, we guarantee the diamond quality along every step of the way. We take great pride in our clients trust in our services. In addition to our nationally ranked home staging team, we also offer a variety of interior design services for our clients who are looking to make updates or renovations to their home.
This service has become increasingly popular as our clients find themselves in need of a little updating! Consults are made for our in house designers to come see the home, and understand your style as well as what elements you are looking for in your design updates. We create a "Material Board" for our clients of design options within their specified style and/or color palette. These boards give our clients a clear understanding of materials, finishes, and fixtures and how they pair together. Not to mention, the ease of having our designers create the design custom for you.
Our Interior Design services have had great success! We've worked on kitchen renovations, bathroom renovations, as well as clients who may be looking for just a few small updates. There is no task too big or too small for our designers to assist you with! They are here for you in any design updates you are looking for! Our in house designers will work with you every step of the way, providing you with the diamond quality Systematic Home Staging is known for.
Going into 2019, we were looking for a way to bring our clients and partners together in a casual/social setting that would also be great for networking and business purposes. After some brainstorming, we decided on a monthly breakfast event that we call 'Breakfast with Sipp!". We want to make it easy for our clients and partners to keep us in their calendar so we schedule Breakfast with Sipp on the 3rd Wednesday of every month.
Breakfast with Sipp has been an amazing opportunity for us to get to know our partners a little better, as well as give our clients a real look at what goes into a stage behind the scenes. We take pride in giving anyone that attends Breakfast with Sipp a full tour of our office and warehouse. The tour includes our home furniture inventory as well as our soft bay inventory that houses all decor such as accessories, artwork, and pillows. We've found that giving tours of our warehouse and office space at Breakfast with Sipp interests our clients and is a great way to show them how careful, organized, and systematic we are with each of our pieces.
We are always looking forward to the next Breakfast with Sipp. We love having the opportunity to mingle with our clients about the industry, projects we've been working on, and of course our staging process. We very much appreciate our clients and partners giving us their time by coming to Breakfast with Sipp and spending their morning with us. Breakfast with Sipp is a fantastic way for anyone to learn more about Systematic Home Staging, and for us to show our gratitude and appreciation for our clients and partners. If you have not been able to attend one of our breakfasts' yet, our next Breakfast with Sipp is scheduled for August 21st and we would love to have you there. Again, we want to thank all of our clients and partners who have spent any of their mornings with us, we appreciate you and your time and look forward to continuing our professional relationships with you. Thank you!
Here at Systematic Home Staging our aim is to design and stage the home with timeless and tasteful pieces that will motivate buyers interest. We keep our focus on bringing buyer's eyes to the home, while paying great attention to the type of homeowner the home may attract. In other words, we let the homeowner demographic or potential buyer demographic influence pieces that will be in our stage. With this in mind, we start our process of furniture selection in our warehouse that is the home to up to 15,000 pieces of furniture and accessories!
Our staging team of 15 industry experts and designers put about 34 hours of work into each stage! This is between planning each room and area of the stage, selecting furniture pieces and accessories from the warehouse, loading our moving trucks, and finally staging and destaging the home! All of our pieces of furniture represent current buyer trends. We go to high-end design trade fairs as well-known as the High Point Market in North Carolina to acquire a variety of pieces that we feel will enhance our stages and increase chances of selling. We aim to provide a design to the seller and the buyer that will emphasize the focus on selling.
The majority of our furniture pieces consist of only neutral colors with the exception of pops of color in some accent chairs! We generally design our stages with all neutral furniture with clean/straight lines, and bring in splashes of color through artwork, throw pillows, and accessories. Again, this emphasizes our focus on selling while complimenting the great qualities of the home. In each stage, we aim for excellence. Each step of the way we are working as a team to deliver the best staging service to the buyer and the seller. We are the diamond in the home staging industry because we will not settle for anything but the best for our clients!
What's your style?
When it comes to designing our homes, sometimes we are so eager to fill our spaces with amazing finds that we don't take a step back beforehand to establish the style we are looking to achieve, or if those finds compliment our style. Some home owners find themselves with a mixture of design styles happening in their homes due to trends changing over years, and sometimes leading them to question their own design style overall. So how do we avoid this self questioning? Here are a few short tips for helping you identify the design style you most associate with, and ways to continue designing with that style!
Modern design is a widely used term that is used to describe designs that utilize smooth surfaces, straight lines, sharp angels, and a subtle color palette. Modern style is achieved through simplicity. Simplicity in surface texture, color choice, and of course furniture selections. In these spaces we see a heavy use of black and whites through marble, cast iron, quartz, porcelain, leather, etc. Natural light and an open floor plan are key factors that weigh heavily into the modernized design aesthetic, this is due to the airy and welcoming feeling these elements give us in a modern space with minimal ornamentation. If you're interested in applying a modern style to your own home, live by the famous words of modern interior designer/architect, Mies van Der Rohe- less is more. Design with less decoration/ornamentation, less color, less clutter, and you will be on your way to achieving a modern design of your own!
Scandinavian design revolves solely around simplicity, functionality, and minimalism. This style pays homage to the simplicity and functionality of the Nordic countries this style originated from, displaying function and minimalism at every opportunity. Scandinavian style utilizes various wood tones, bright molded-plastics, and the use of artworks. This design style speaks to the simplicity of it's homage through light color walls with pops of artwork, a spacious feeling, and an emphasis on functionalism through defined furniture placements and the functionalism of the furniture itself. The Scandinavian style is known for it's famous furniture pieces such as The Shell Chair, The Wishbone Chair, and The PP-66 Chair. Incorporating well-known furniture pieces like these from the Scandinavian design period in your space is a sure-fire way to achieve a Scandinavian design style.
The Farmhouse style is a style that has become increasingly popular and modernized over the past several years. However, it is a play off of the industrial style. Farmhouse style spaces utilize various industrial elements such as rich woods, mixed metals, and exposed brick and/or ceiling beams. Where the design becomes "Farmhouse" is through the use of soft/smooth materials such as linen, marble, and glass. Farmhouse design displays dark colors and textures of industrial design while contrasting them with light/organic elements and natural lighting to create an entirely natural design aesthetic. Mixing materials is commonly seen in farmhouse style spaces to balance out the light and dark tones and elements. If your goal is to achieve the Farmhouse style in your own home, keep a cool/organic color palette in mind to compliment the rustic/raw feeling of the woods and metals.
Minimalist Style stresses the appreciation of surface texture, and color restriction. Minimalism is directly related to modernism. However, it goes deeper into the "less is more" mentality that is seen in Modern style spaces. Minimalist designs are extremely simple, there is little to no ornamentation, color is rarely seen, and furniture is very streamlined. Clean lines and functionality are emphasized in minimalist designs creating a design one in it's own. The space speaks for itself, with little decoration, dramatic lines and angels, and smooth surfaces the minimalist design aesthetic is achieved.
Traditional design is shown through dark woods, rich color palettes, heavy/textured furniture, and increased ornamentation. These spaces offer a feeling of depth by utilizing various elements and principles of design such as color, texture, line, and contrast. Traditional spaces typically feel dark and heavy while offering a feeling of coziness and security. Designing a traditional style space can be achieved with a light color palette as well. However, the furniture remains grand and plush throughout traditional design.