Whenever a project is finished, we’re always eager to take professional pictures of it. With the willingness of our wonderful clients, our team stages the space and photographs it in as many ways as possible. While it can take some time, we keep our eye on the prize — beautiful photographs of brilliantly designed spaces. What does a day on set look like, you ask? The first thing on our to-do list is staging. For us, this involves hauling decor from our showroom or our own homes. We often clear out the space and completely redecorate so that it’s suited for a magazine. Much like everything we do, there’s a lot of collaborative work on set. We work very closely with our photographer, in order to get the best shots. Most of the time, this includes trying different angles, lighting, and staging positions. Not only do we bring in a photographer, but we also collaborate with a videographer. Once we’ve decided to also capture a video of the space, our set day takes on a few extra tasks. Mainly, this means interviewing the designer, the homeowner, and Owner Jenny. Naturally, the interview looks different every time, but we try to […]
Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate and/or sponsored links. Please read our disclosure policy at the bottom of this post. It can help you sell your home swiftly and for more money. It’s almost magical. Staging homes has become a star pupil in the real estate world. If you are in the process of selling a home, a well-staged house can almost always guarantee a sense of order and calmness. With a few little tweaks, a space can give off a brand new appearance. When we’re staging a home, there are a few do’s and don’ts that we always follow: Do’s: – Take pictures of the before. This helps you put things back easier. When we go shoot a client’s home, we are careful to have everything placed back where it belongs before we leave. – Make sure everything is clean. You want your space to look as sparkly and crisp as possible. Bring out the Clorox Wipes! – Stick to neutrals with pops of colors. When trying to sell your home, you want to appeal to as many people as possible. By sticking to neutrals, you’re increasing your odds of pleasing visitors. – At Karr Bick, we’ve found that […]
There is no “one size fits all” approach to our work. If you are ready to explore the possibilities, come by the showroom or send us your information. Let’s figure out together, how we can make the difference in your project.