Designing to Sell From Design Star Challenge 2

For their second Design Star Challenge, the remaining nine contestants split into three teams of three and were challenged to design rooms in a house that's been on the market for eight months!

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionUse patterns sparingly. Homes with less clutter often do better when reselling, and by picking three different, busy fabrics to re-cover a portion of the sofa, the team added to the visual clutter.

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This is a large room with a lot of elements going on, and Joseph, Vanessa and Alice did little to improve the use of the space or the cluttered visuals. Homes with less clutter often do better when reselling, and by picking three different, busy fabrics to re-cover a portion of the sofa, the team made the room more of a visual mess. Although editing the number of items in a room would logically help (which the team did do), you have to be careful to ensure the remaining items work with added items in a cohesive and collaborative fashion to prevent fewer things looking just as busy due to lack of planning.
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