A Little Accent, a Northwest Interior Design firm, knows that the most important thing to keep in mind when decorating your model is knowing the difference between merely decorating an apartment and merchandising a model to rent. The key question to ask when decorating your model is, who is going to be living in the unit? A buyer profile considering the age, income, and size of the family needs to be established to identify who your renter will be. You must have this vision before you can successfully rent your units. Professional Design Firms have the talent to turn four plain walls into a home that people envision themselves living in. Keep in mind, renters are looking for an emotional connection to the space, and unless you evoke that feeling in them, they will keep looking.
Experienced design choices will enhance the features and minimize the faults of your model. Through color and placement, an experienced interior designer can direct the eye away from the flaws and toward the assets of a room. They know how to avoid trends and gimmicks in favor of more classical elegance and comfort that make an apartment a home. Remember, the trendy supermodel that walks down the runway can go backstage and change her outfit; your model cannot.
So remember, the cover of Cosmopolitan is not the only place to view a supermodel.
Published in For Rent Magazine.