Dream Home Movement Podcast - How to choose a design style for your home with Claudia Brdar, hosted by Jo Violeta
Claudia Brdar from The Renovate Avenue explains how to choose a design style for your home or investment property.
Claudia takes us through:
  • The main types of home design styles, including contemporary, traditional and Hamptons
  • The features of the different design styles such as colour palettes and textures
  • How to decide which style to use in your home

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Guest Interview How to choose a design style for your home with Claudia Brdar from The Renovate Avenue

This episode is part of a very special DIY renovation series.
Claudia from @therenovateavenue and Founder of the DIY Renovation Academy will join us once a month on the show to take you through EVERYTHING you need to know to DIY your reno.⠀
This is like a little sneak peek into her super popular DIY Renovation Academy course.⠀
This series is exclusively for Dream Home Movement listeners.


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Guest bio

Claudia and her husband Pete have renovated small properties right through to large scale projects. Several years ago they bought a run-down 1960’s weatherboard house (purchased for $460K) and ended up completing a major renovation ($75K), creating a beautiful sought after home … on a tight budget! They set the suburb record for a property price of $1.035 million (2017)!

They’re currently renovating a 1960’s brick house to sell.
Both Pete and Claudia have a real hands-on DIY approach when it comes to renovating, focusing on achieving that ‘WOW’ factor … thinking bigger, outside-the-box, and never afraid to take a risk.
Claudia created The Renovate Avenue to share her knowledge, and inspire others to climb the property market via the renovation avenue, building a financially stable future to retire earlier (and do what you love).


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you want to know what I think is really exciting, it’s that there are so many
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different design stars that you can choose from for your house or your property
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. You want to know what I think is really overwhelming and confusing that
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there are so many different designs, tiles that you can choose from for your
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house and property. So to help me out and I can’t be alone with this problem,
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I’m sure to help me out. I invited Claudia Baradar from the Renovate Avenue
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on the show to talk to us about how to choose a design style for your house or
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property. Eso. When I keep saying or property, it could be your investment
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property that you’re going to have tenanted or your house that you are going to
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live in. So in this episode, Claudie will take us through the different types of
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design styles, how to choose a design style based on your personal style, thie
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actual property, the environment that the pop property is located in, and also
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what you’re actually going to use the property. For now, if Claudia’s name
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sounds familiar, then I’m guessing you’re a regular listener to the show Claudia
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came on last season and did a bit of a miniseries for us on how to plan a
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renovation project. And to now we’re kind of taking it to the next step. And
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she is joining us again this season, Season five, to do another little miniseries
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on How to style your property. So this week we’re looking at in this episode, I
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should say we’re looking at choosing your design style when she comes back
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again in about a month’s time. We’re going tio, explore how to make your
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home Starling work when you’ve chosen your design style. And then she’s
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going to come back for the final episode off her little exclusive miniseries for
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the Dream Home Movement and talk about how to create a style board or some
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people call it a mood board. So I’m so high up. Tio, have Claudia coming
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back on the show again for another exclusive miniseries. We are so lucky.
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And before we get stuck into my interview with Claudia, I would like to
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introduce myself in case we haven’t already met. My name’s Joe via letter E.
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I’m the host of this show, and I also own a business called Violet of finance.
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With my husband, Carl, we help people secure home loans, property
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investment loans, refinance their mortgages to save money on their payments
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and or to finance their home renovations So you can find us at Violet of finance
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. It’s just got one T v i o L. A finance on the Internet. We’ve got a website on
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instagram and also on Facebook. So thank you so much for tuning in. Lovely
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to meet you if I haven’t done so already. And now over to my chat with
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Claudia, Welcome to the Dream Home movement. This’s your weekly dose of
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home and property inspiration bring you clever tips and advice from the very
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best experts and really like Renno storeys with your host Joe Violeta. Claudia,
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thank you so much for joining me on the dream home movement today. It’s
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lovely to chat with you again. Love being here. I love having a chat with you.
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Now what we’re talking about today is how to choose your design style. And
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this is something that I’m particularly interested in because we’re buying a new
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home soon. So we’re going to take that opportunity, Teo, just reet restyle like
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from the beginning, the entire place. We’ve had all our furniture for ages. So
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we’re looking at starting again, and I’m just so overwhelmed and confused
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about what style to choose. There seems to be so many choices out there. So
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what are some of the different design styles we can choose from? Let’s start at
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that point, and then we’ll figure out how we actually choose. What is there to
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choose from? Okay, look, there’s a fair, few different styles, Joe. It can be
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overwhelming. I know there’s so many different designs out there. Look, let’s
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start with contemporary style because I think it’s the most popular one, and it’s
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usually what’s in style right now. So it’s the current trends at the moment,
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contemporary style. So if you’re not sure what contemporary style looks like,
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then you can try going to the mainstream retail stores such as freedom and
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Design, and you’ll soon get an idea of what the current trends are and where
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they’re at. That’s usually your contemporary style, just to make it easier just to
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give you a tip. Then you’ve got your traditional style, which is usually feature
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pieces made from dark woods. Their ornate Lee, detailed as well and
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traditional design draws its inspiration from 18th and 19th century England and
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France. So this explains why it’s common to find EXP offensive textiles like
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silk, velvet and linen used in upholstery to curtains as well. And the fabrics
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feature a variety of different patterns, such as florals, stripes and plaids as
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well. So that’s just sort of traditional style And what it looks like a traditional
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eso contemporary that, Yeah, that would change often then, wouldn’t it? So
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what? Okay, so what’s contemporary style now would be different to what
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was contemporary style a couple of years. That’s right. That’s right. Yeah,
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people get contemporary and modern sort of mixed up. The contemporary is
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quite what’s in trend now what styles Aaron fashion in trend now. So, like I
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said, Teo, if you go into shops like freedom, it will give you an idea of what
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in style at the moment. Okay, got it and then traditional. So I like watching
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Do you watch the crown? I like watching that show the crown about the royal
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family. It’s quite good. So when you just described traditional that I’m Justin
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visit, envisioning scenes from the crown. It would. I guess it’s that kind of
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royal traditional style, European style, almost that’s your more traditional
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style. Then we’ve got something about the Hampton style, which is quite
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seaside coastal inspired, so you’ll see a lot of the houses around the coast
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Hamptons style inspired, and they’ve got your plantation shutters, your
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nautical style decor, timber floor boards to the moulding, a long hallways and
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staircases. Then it’s also blue and white striped patterns for pillows, just to
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give you a visual idea as well. White plush sofas. The painter Whitewood s.
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O. Yet the intention is to create a relaxed, style, comfortable environment that
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is inspired by the beach in the ocean. So that’s your Hamptons style that’s very
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popular here on the Peninsula Hampton style. I’ve noticed E. S E. Touched on
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. Modern Modern is a broad designed term, I think, and like I said to you
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before modern and contemporary style often get mixed up. Modern refers to a
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home with clean, crisp, sharp lines. It’s a simple colour palette. Thie use of
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materials is usually metal, glass and steel, and modern design also employs a
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sense of simplicity and in every element including the furniture. So its sleek
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there’s not much clutter, sharp lines, and that’s more of a modern style. Yeah,
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that does so. The modern is very different. Teo temporary. I thought they
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were the same thing, but they’re very different. Got a lot of people. A lot of
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people think modern contemporary are the same style, but there is a difference
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there. That’s probably a good way off describing contemporary and what I’m
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just a difference in them. Eso There’s also mid century modern. This’s another
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type of modern style just to confuse everyone. So mid Century Modern is a
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streamline retro look that was popular in the 19 fifties and sixties, and it’s a
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classic decorating style that has really never gone out of fashion. It focuses on
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functionality, too, so it’s more the retro style really big in the fifties and sixties
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. I quite like that, and again that the mid century modern is quite popular here
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around the morning to peninsula as well, because you’ve got those houses from
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that error and people are trying Teo freshen them up, but still keep the essence
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of the original high. Yes, yes, exactly. And it’s I think it’s a great idea doing
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that as well. So it, like you say, keeping the essence of the home and the style
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that it was built in. I think if you’ve got an old with aboard house by the sea, I
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think putting something in that theon visit of what that style leaves and what if
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the body is going against it is probably not a great idea. So it’s really
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embracing when it was built in embracing that, So that’s that’s what that’s my
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opinion. But then we’ve got industrial style, so that’s an urban look with an
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edge. Industrial is characterised by raw textures, exposed materials such as
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bricks and metal fixtures and finishes. I think of a really cool warehouse in
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New York, my ideal place to live with stripped timber for awards, concrete
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flaws, exposed beings, metal pipes and really low lighting. I quite like that
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style, but it’s not for everyone as well. So that’s your industrial style. I love
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that style it is, and I do picture it being like a loft in New York, with some
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really gorgeous artwork from an up and coming artists on the walls and that
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sort of stuff very very. I don’t know if I’m quite cool enough for that. I would
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like to pay e Love that style as well. What else? Have weak up? Another style
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. Eclectic, So it collected his quite quirky fun. It’s very mismatched. There’s
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no matching zour formatted patterns. It’s just pretty much anything goes. But
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it’s done in a really fun on quirky style, so mixture of pieces as well could be
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new and old pieces to S O. That’s why eclectic is quite fun and that embodies
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the person that lives there. I think is, well, that Yeah, I see. I see Cem
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eclectic rooms on instagram. But I get would that be a hard look to pull off?
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Do you think If you’re not quite sure what you’re doing and get it wrong, you
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could definitely get it wrong. So it’s really having an eye for colour and pattern
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yet and having a bit of fun with it. A cz well, but it can. It can look quite zany
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. Maybe if if there’s too much going just like embrace the zaniness Gracia in a
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freak s o. And there’s also Bohemian, which is quite popular. A swell and
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bohemian Khun mix up with contemporary because we’re behaving. It is quite
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on trend at the moment, and it embodies a sort of free form flowing. Ah, lot
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of plants. You know, a lot of the chroma at the moment, which is very
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popular and a lot of wicker A cz Well, so Bahamian is quite quite on trended
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moment as well. It is. It’s all about the weaker right now. Yes, love a bit of
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makeup. So this is I mean, look that some of our styles that we’ve got
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happening at the moment there’s there’s Mohr a CZ Well, that that’s probably
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the main ones that I’ve covered very briefly. Okay, good. So once we’re
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aware of what all the different design styles are, how do we decide which style
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Teo use in our home? Yeah, OK. Eso Joe, this really depends on what
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outcome you want for your home or property first. So So start at the end and
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look, think about why you’re keen and getting your style right. Are you
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looking to sell your home or you wanting to stay There s o really have a think
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about what the outcome is for you. What? The right outcome is, and that way
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we’ll give you a good road. Teo travel and know which way you’re heading.
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So are you planning on staying in your home for the next 20 years? Or are you
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wanting to get the best price for your potential buyers? So knowing exactly
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what it is that you want to achieve and then implementing the right style based
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on that, it will differ for each of the outcomes. Joe. So if you are planning to
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sell than design your home for your best potential buyers, make your property
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is beautiful as possible. Choose a contemporary design, so a current style on
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DH. Incorporate current styles, making the space look and feel desirable and
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inviting a cz well for your potential buyers. If you have a home by the coast in
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the peninsula, then consider a Hamptons or coastal resort style. That’s the best
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way to go. Maybe stay away from industrial industrial or eclectic style. And
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don’t put your Gothic doll collection on this way, wanting to sell at the best
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possible price, then really keep your style. Have a think about the potential
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buyers that are coming looking at your property and really design and style for
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them, Not not for you. So if you desire, if it decided to stay in your home and
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and you want to really make it authentic, then I truly believe that home should
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be a reflection of who we are. And if you’re not sure where to start, and I’ve
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got some tips right for any of you that want to get started. So answer yourself,
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Joe. So first things first to really get a picture of what your style is and what
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will really work for you and your family looking your closet and noticed the
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styles that you wear. Notice what you love what pieces draw you in and
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inspire and have a good look and see what colour is. The patterns are your
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favourite. Firstly, just have a really good think about what draws your eye,
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Teo. Certain pieces in your closet. That’s number one thing I can suggest. E I
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never would have thought to do that in your closet. Also just backtracking a
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little bit. Thanks for the tip on putting my gossip doll collection away. I will
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put that into storage if ever I sell s o you looking a closet. Have a look at what
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pieces You absolutely love these air address that you love the Excuse me, the
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patterns The Colo Urs, what really draws you in? Even if you go out shopping
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, what has always drawn you in what pieces? What colours again? Like I said
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, what is it that you love? Next thing is look at your favourite most love.
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Peace is in your house and bring them all together and notice what you love
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about these objects again. The lines the Colo Urs, What does it provide to you
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? What emotion does it a vote so really Get to know what you love. That’s how
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you start next. I would suggest if you’re not already on instagram or interest,
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create an account and start searching and saving images off various interior
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styles and spaces that you absolutely love that resonate with you that evoke
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really good emotion. Start saving those images, screenshot ing them, and and
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that you’ll start noticing. A common theme is well within the images that you
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saved. You will start taking notice of all the torus and the tones and the styles
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and these sort of images. Will there’ll be a on almost flow and a common
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theme that will that will come to you. So it will really indicate what sort of
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style you like. Right? So that’s a really good three tips to start with, just to get
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an idea off. What you like what you love, right? Okay, So think off the
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purpose for the styling. Is it to sell toe livin and benefits to sell its a little bit of
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a different approach? We’re going Mohr, like modern or contemporary. Sorry
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. No, no modern modernism, modern or contemporary. We’re going
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contemporary, continue current current. But if it’s for us to live in, then we
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really wanted to reflect us. And so you’re almost going on like a little jenny of
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self discovery. You like, you want to find the authentic you you want to make
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your space something that you will love. And when you walk into you, it will
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evoke positive emotion. Yes, for sure. So you want to create something that
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you will enjoy and that you will find inviting for you and the people that leave
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your family. Okay. Now we touched a bit on the difference between styling
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for yourself and styling for sale. Is there any difference between the way we
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should style our property if we’re wanting to get tenants into it apart? A
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supposed to selling it? Is that different, or is it pretty much the same? Yeah,
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pretty much the same for your tenants. I mean, it’s your investment property.
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You want to get top dollar for it as well. You also want to create an
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environment for attendance of they’re gonna love because they’ll look after
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your look after the home as well. So I would invest some money into that so
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you can also get the most out of it. And again, it’s getting the most out of your
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rental income as your investment property and also for your tenants. So I
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would also create a beautiful environment for tenants to. So obviously, you’re
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not putting us much money. A cz you are a mature investment property. But
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again, just be smart about how much you’re putting into your investment
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compared to your forever home and does very yeah, okay, but still do put a bit
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of love into it to try to attack, not attack, attract thanked the right tenants
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exactly exactly what air some practical tips. We’ve already covered a few of
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them, but let’s just give everyone a really practical action plan. So tips that
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listeners can do straightaway to really get their style choice sorted. Sure, All
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right. So number one Why are you wanting to design and style your property?
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What’s the outcome you want to achieve? That’s your number one with a start.
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Number two. How do you ascertain what style to incorporate, So once you
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know your outcome, then work out what style it is you’re going to create, the
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one that will work best and in line with your outcome. So the one that will
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bring the most value to you Number three is start researching. So start
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researching now. That’s where you can start. Well, if you’re selling than
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research properties in the area and take notes on what other properties have
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created and what they’re sold for, So go to the properties. If they’re on sale in
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the area and have a look, they would see what others have done and also see
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what properties have reached in sale time as well. So if you’re staying put like
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I said, if you want to stay in your forever home. Then work out your best. I’ll
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know your authentic self and know what you’ll love tourists around yourself
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with the most what will work for you. What? We will make you the most
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happiest. Yes, those those three to start with now. Perfect. I love it. Well, I
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personally am going to start to pull everything out my wardrobe and have a
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look. And I got I got a pretty good idea of what I like a ce faras clothing goes
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very plain and lots of blue and white stripes go Hampton style. I think so. I
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think so. The great the great flag. Well, e I just need to move to grace I e
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quite well, e that’s what it is. A Hampton style. Joe, if you’re saying blues
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and whites possibly maybe a coastal thing a resort style, that sounds good to
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me. Well, thank you so much, Claudia. That was so informative for everyone
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listening. I would love to see, I’d love to hear from you and hear what your
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style is. So I’d love to hear the outcomes from you pulling everything out of
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your wardrobe. Looking at the stuff in your around your house And how you
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decide what your style is. Let me know. Message me on Facebook or
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instagram a dream home movement and let me know what your personal
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design style is And let Claudia No. A cz. Well, Claudia, how can people find
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you follow you contact you or that sort of stuff? Yeah. Instagram Facebook.
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I’m on there. The renovate Avenue s O. Please get in touch. Say hello. And if
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you want to dive deeper into choosing your design style, I highly recommend
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that you cheque out Claudia’s course as well. Claudia, can you tell us a little
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bit about your course? Yes, The D I Y renovation academy. It’s an online
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course, and also you get a one on one assistance with myself. And there’s also
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a Facebook group, eh? So we get to support each other through our renovation
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journey, so you’ll find all that information on my website. And also social
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media, Facebook and Instagram. Brilliant. Thank you so much, Claudia, I’m
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looking forward to chatting of you again in about four weeks time. Make sure
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you tune in for that episode. We are going to talk about how to make your
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home styling work. So once you’ve chosen your design style that your mission
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for the next month, you then need to figure out Well, how do I actually make
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this work? And that’s what we will be covering next time I chat with Claudia
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in about four weeks time. Until then, Do tune in again next week and make
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sure that you subscribe to the podcast. So you never miss an episode. Thank
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you so much for tuning in by listeners by Claudia. Thank you. Thanks for
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joining us on the Dream home movement. Be sure to come over and say hi on
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Facebook and Instagram. I hope that your dream home projects are going well
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and I look forward to chatting with you again next week.

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