Getting an interior designer to stage a house flip

My brother and I are in the house flipping business.

We buy up out of date homes, do some major renovations, and sell them for a profit. We have to stay up to date with current trends. We also find cool, edgy things people are doing. We have done penny tile, the paint with acrylic in wood, and changing floor patterns. We have looked at all styles of kitchens, bathrooms, and bedrooms. We typically try to keep a traditional look with minimal flair. Sometimes the area demands that we do what is trendy. At the end of the building and construction process it is difficult to sell a place with no furniture. That is why we work with an interior design and custom furniture builder. They bring in curtains, rugs, and furniture in a style that we decide. Sometimes we pick traditional, transitional, contemporary, or southwest. They have other cool styles like fifth avenue, southwest sparkler, and glamor bedroom. But we don’t typically take those into consideration. They stage the place and that is how it sells. Everything goes back to them at the end of the day. It is easier and nice to keep it out of our hands. We handle tile, building, and layout. Doing fabrics and furniture would be too much. After seeing their work I kind of want my house designed how they do it. It would be really nice to have all the designs look like they go together. All their stuff is quite reasonable too. I might work with them someday.

Transitional masterpiece