November 2020

3 Marketing Tips for Home Stagers – with Cody

By |2020-11-25T08:41:05+10:00November 24th, 2020|Business of Staging, Home Staging Tips|

If you have been following us for a while, Cody does not need an introduction. For those of you who haven’t had the pleasure to get to know him yet - Cody is our marketing guru and the face (and brain) behind every Foxy TV Episode. As the backbone of our marketing team, he does it all - from creating advertisement strategies to managing our online shop. Oftentimes you can hear Cody in our Instagram & Facebook stories, talking to the team, asking questions, and praising their efforts. I’ve decided to flip the roles for a change and [...]

How to Style Rooms with Wallpaper

By |2021-01-06T09:58:35+10:00November 12th, 2020|Home Staging Tips, Think Outside The Fox|

Blog Series 'Think Outside The Fox' | Episode 2 Wallpapers have been around for hundreds of years and quite frankly… we don’t see them going away anytime soon. They are perfect for adding that little extra pop of personality to your rooms. Although they look beautiful in your own home, when it comes to selling your house, wallpapers may cause some issues. The potential buyers may not necessarily share the same taste in style, which could deter them from buying. "One thing we do not recommend is leaving the room with wallpaper vacant." - Phoebe Shorter | Chief [...]

How to Style a Room with Brick Walls

By |2021-04-08T08:30:44+10:00November 6th, 2020|Think Outside The Fox|

Introducing BRAND NEW Blog Series - Think Outside The Fox! We have been getting lots of messages from other Home Stagers & Property Stylists, asking for help with "tricky" styling situations. When the same questions started to come up more and more often, we got an idea. A few weeks later, Think Outside The Fox was born! We're starting this blog series in hope to help as many fellow industry colleagues, as possible. Episode 1: How to Style a Room with Brick Walls "Hey guys! I've agreed to stage a house (sight unseen), only to realise there is not [...]

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