Transitional Virtual Staging follows the current trend of Transitional Interior Design being the most commonly found style in professional stagings around the country. Open Architectural Digest, Dwell, Elle Decor, or Vogue Living you are bound to see pages filled with Transitional Living Rooms, Dining Rooms, and Master Bedrooms.
Here are a few of the rooms we’ve virtually decorated over the years. Each photo is virtually staged by Blue-Sketch, inspired by a moodboard you will see below the final staging. We design each room to make most of the space for your listing so it is inviting and attractive to the right buyer profile.
Get in touch with us to see how we can transform photos of your empty listing into Transitional Style homes like these.
A lack of excessive ornamentation with sleek yet stylish accessories keeps the focus on the simplicity and sophistication of the design. Color palettes are typically neutral and subtle and may be monochromatic, with color in art and accents rather than upholstery and floors. This French blue Living Room with Sand toned wrappings is the perfect example of a Transitional color family, mapping accessories and art into one color palette, and the rug and upholstered furniture into another.
Transitional style plays with curves and straight lines to create a design that balances simplistic and decorative attributes, aiming to create a comfortable and relaxing style with just a hint of luxury. The Italian Provasi armchair, Restoration Hardware coffee table and brass finishes in this next Southern Living Room perfectly encapsulate the essence of the Transitional form factor.
For your own version of Blue-Sketch Transitional Virtual Staging call today 800.218.5175 or email sales at blue-sketch.com