The smallest room


It is often forgotten; the smallest room in the house. Yet it is worth paying attention and time to it. With few resources, such as paint and a few boards, you can change a lot. I am always pleasantly surprised when I enter a nice, special or crazy toilet.


I bet the answer is YES. So it’s time to think about the small room in your house. Elegant, lots of color, rural, plants, it’s all possible. And it is not a project of weeks. Done in no time.

And of course that is a good thing.

Miami Vibes



The color palette of a Miami Vibes interior is light. Powdery pastel shades such as light pink, mint, soft yellow and light blue form the basis of this tropical interior. Spicy colors such as terra, rust red and azure blue give spice to the sweet color palette. With furniture on legs, airy fabrics, rich velvet, marble and golden accents, an elegant and glamorous interior is created!

woontrend 2019 Miami Vibes collage 1


We will see more and more geometric shapes and patterns in the interior. The Miami Vibes living trend brings together soft pastel colors with a powerful accent color in geometric prints. In the design of furniture, for example, we frequently see geometric shapes: round, square and triangular shapes are alternated with the latest designs from leading home brands. And we will also see exciting color combinations and geometric patterns on the wall, in carpets, fabrics, crockery and ceramics!

Trend tip: choose for a mix of furniture with different geometric shapes. With a triangular coffee table in combination with a round rug and cubist designed (corner) sofa, a life-size geometric pattern is created in your interior!


A luxurious atmosphere is created by the addition of warm walnut. As a dresser, dining table or in the frame of an (arm) chair: the dark wood from this living trend forms a powerful counterpart in the light, sweet color palette. The whimsical knots in the wood also break through the many sleek, geometric lines of the Miami Vibes interior and make the style soft and friendly. Trend tip: Let warm wood return in various places in your interior. In this way you ensure that there is unity in the sweet color palette and the use of different geometric patterns.


After all, large tropical plants cannot be missed in the Miami Vibes residential trend. Green plants are a nice counterpart of soft pastel and bring the interior to life. With a large banana plant, cactus and colorful Bird of Paradise plant you bring a tropical atmosphere into your home!


Nice Bed


I like a made up bed. Some people don’t care, but I really fall asleep better in a made-up bed. In addition, your bedroom looks much nicer and cleaner with a nice and comfortable bed. But what is a good and  beautiful way to make your bed?

Let me start by saying that you NEVER must close your bed immediately when you get out of bed. You lose about half a liter of water at night. If we then immediately close our duvet, that moisture cannot go anywhere. Instead, turn your duvet back and open a window to cool off the air. Do your morning ritual, shower, eat breakfast, read the newspaper, etc. and then make your bed.

The bed should look like this, so that you prefer to curl up again immediately. Okay, lets get started.

First we shake up the pillow. Put some boxing on your pillow and then shape it. Then we pull the sheets tight and shake up the duvet. Pull nice and smooth over your bed. Yeah, that looks good, but we’re not there yet.

Now we start with the stuff that makes it complete. To start a bedspread. A bedspread is really a must. So hopla, put it on the bed. Then a bed runner (that is such a nice piece of fabric at the end of the bed) and cushions. Nice pillows, preferably about three. That gives a wonderfully luxurious feeling.

It is a good idea to buy a basket to put the pillows in when you go to bed. Is nice and you don’t fall over it in the morning. And now think that it is too much of a hassle? No, rather addictive! It makes your bed a lot more fun with such a spectacular result. And what a wonderful warm welcome when you go to bed.

Sleep well and have a nice weekend!

nice and cheap bedspreads and pillows


To whom do you sell your house?


Do you know your target group?

It goes without saying, but of course not every home is suitable for everyone. The location, size and layout of a home determine the target group. If you like gardening you probably won’t buy an apartment. If you have small children you want schools in the area. If it is clear what your target group is, you can take this into account in the home presentation. With the photos of the house you also want to show what the target group is interested in.

It is no rocket sience to find out what the target group of your home is. For example, ask yourself why you chose this property at the time. It is often a combination of factors. And these factors determine your target group.

Often it is not even about the tangible things. It is much more about the experience behind it. Because that is what makes the difference in the end. The presence of a spacious balcony in an apartment, for example, is what is visible. The experience is enjoying! See yourself sitting on a lazy Sunday morning with a cup of coffee or tea. Add a magazine or newspaper and feel the rising sun rays on your face. That is the feeling that a balcony can evoke. This is not tangible. However, there is a good chance that the reason (unconsciously) is why a buyer buys the property. And yes, that experience must be visible and tangible in the home presentation.

Seaview, who would buy an appartment like this?

The role of sales styling

If we translate this to sales styling, it immediately becomes clear. You can design a home to the “taste” of your target group. House for a family? Set up a fun play corner for children. Luxury apartment? Tasteful and timeless design, use beautiful materials. Finca? Country style, give all rooms a function. We can, of course, continue, but the message is clear. Know your potential buyers and adjust the presentation of your property accordingly.


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