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Southwestern interior design originates from the American southwestern states and the historic region of Arizona and Mexico. This design style is known for its earthly and cactus greens tones, vibrant hues of a desert sunset, and natural elements reminiscent of the “wild west.”
The characteristics of southwestern interiors are mainly the colors of the desert. Think of an earthy foundational palette of adobe red, and neutral hues such as rust, sand, and terracotta with a pop of turquoise and green.
Additionally, you’ll find wooden ceiling beams and heavy, wooden tables, chairs, and dressers, as well as hammered metal light fixtures in southwestern homes.
Historically, the American southwest was settled by Europeans from Spain who influenced the southwestern style with their Spanish decor. But before the Spanish invaded the area, it was inhabited by Native Americans, most prominently the Navajo tribe.
The Navajo people’s talent in textile crafts came to characterize the southwestern design style, making Navajo-inspired crafts such as woven baskets, quilts, blankets, and pottery common features of a southwestern home.
Apart from Spanish and Native American style decor, the southwest interior design also has Mexican and American influences. All this combined is making this style a fun mix of cultures.
Southwestern virtual staging style draws on inspiration from the historic region of Arizona and Mexico with its generous use of patterned textiles and pottery craft. It’s also influenced by desert vegetation and its calming desert tones with turquoise and sunset pink, yellow and orange accents.
Combining these elements with the dazzling Native American, Spanish and Mexican artistry, the southwestern style can breathe character and life into any space.
The characteristics of southwestern interiors are mainly the colors of the desert. Think of an earthy foundational palette of cactus greens, adobe red, and neutral hues.
Added to this, you’ll find pops of colors inspired by natural stones and dyes found in Native American textile crafts, including terracotta, sand, rust, sunset pink, and turquoise. Even bright sunshine yellow and fiery orange are common accent colors.
Additionally, you’ll find wooden ceiling beams and heavy, wooden tables, chairs, and dressers, as well as hammered metal light fixtures in southwestern homes. Lastly, some southwestern homes are influenced by the bohemian style with a mix of vintage pieces and cosmopolitan decor.
Southwestern interior design will always be a natural part of homes in the southwestern states and Mexico. Known for its earthy color palettes and rustic accents, the southwestern style has become incredibly popular in the home decor and design world according to The Spruce.
Virtual staging is a special computer-assisted design (CAD) process whereby virtually designed furniture is added to a photo of an empty or outdated room, much like traditional home staging.
Virtual staging allows you to leverage the enormous power of visualization. It helps buyers see the potential of a property and imagine themselves living in the home.
For example, you can use virtual staging to add modern, fresh furniture and decor to empty or outdated spaces, declutter and depersonalize rooms, and perform virtual renovations, landscaping, or redecorations. There are no limits to what you can do with virtual staging!
PhotoUp’s professional virtual staging costs 25 credits or $25-30 per image, with discounts available when you purchase credits in bulk.
The turnaround time of virtual staging is 48 hours or less.
There is also the ability to Rush batches based on the following Rush options:
At PhotoUp, we pride ourselves on returning your edited photos back to you on time. However, in certain circumstances, batches might be returned late depending on the complexity of edits or queue volume.
In order to be fair to our clients, your edits will be credited to your PhotoUp account in the following manner any time an address is delivered past the quoted delivery time:
This depends on your MLS. You have the option to add a ‘virtually staged’ text overlay to your virtually staged images to make them compliant as your local MLS may require.
You can find more information in our article about MLS-compliant virtual staging.
Getting started with PhotoUp’s virtual staging service is super easy!
All you need to do is sign up for a PhotoUp account, upload your photos to our software, choose your desired style and furniture, and we’ll return your virtually staged images in less than 48 hours.
To see how easy it is to get started, check out our virtual staging image uploader video tutorial.
No need to worry…PhotoUp offers two free revisions to make sure you are happy with your final product. Additional revisions are 10 credits each.
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