Before ringing in the New Year, we’d like to reflect on our top decorating and home staging projects of 2015 by getting your vote.
Choose your favorite Model Home Decorating and Home Staging projects from the collages featured below then click HERE to email us your TOP PICKS along with any comments. As a thank you, you’ll be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $50 Wayfair gift card for your home decorating needs in the new year.
The Top PJ & Company Transformation of The Year will be announced on social media as soon as the results are in and we will contact the winner via email!
BEST MODEL HOME DECORATING
1. Luxury Model Town Home, Newtown, CT
Our design team used a coastal theme throughout this model which incorporates blue, white and coral hues along with rustic wood and metallic accents.
2. Luxury Model Town Home, Shelton, CT
This luxury waterfront Toll Brothers model features a relaxed, modern style decor with a beautiful combination of navy, cream and red that complements the warm grey wall color.
3. New Construction Colonial, Guilford, CT
A perfect example of how adding warmth with furnishings & accessories can make a home more saleable. The home went to contract in just four weeks after staging. Builder Credit: Beaudoin Inc. Builders and Framing Contractors
BEST HOME STAGING
1. Custom Built Contemporary
We achieved an updated look throughout this stunning home by removing dated wallpaper in the kitchen and powder room and repainting all the walls with a neutral color palette. This home sold within one month after receiving multiple offers.
2. Classic Colonial
This home needed updating and decluttering. To get it ready for sale, we created a
more modern decor by recommending fresh, neutral paint colors for all the walls. Our team then replaced outdated carpeting, added new light fixtures, and chose contemporary accents throughout.
3. Contemporary Colonial
To make the space feel more roomy and inviting to buyers, we freshened the rooms
with simple, neutral area rugs, added modern accessories in vibrant colors and
reworked furniture placement.