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Win A Free Home Styling Consultation

By on August 18, 2015

Getting used to small living spaces is one of the challenges that many expats face when moving to Hong Kong. After moving in, the bigger challenge is home styling. How does one decorate an already tiny home without adding too much clutter? Pinterest would have us believe that such inspiration comes naturally, but we all know better.

Introducing The Home Stylist, a team of certified home styling and staging professionals who go the extra mile to define, create and implement your dream home, a flexible but unique working environment, or even to stage your property to appeal to a wider audience. The best part is that they don’t have to tear down your walls to do it – they’re able to build around your existing furniture and decor!

Before Home Styling

Before

With a track record boasting of projects completed on schedule and within budget, The Home Stylist team brings a genuine zeal and passion to the business of interior design – helping customers overcome the practical challenges of designing their dream home.

Within just eighteen months of existence, the Home Stylist has gathered a many loyal customers. “I love helping people with their problems in interior design,” says Alex Sheldon (Founder of The Home Stylist), “The satisfaction we get from our clients once everything is done is palpable. We truly believe that nobody shouldn’t be able to enjoy living in their home.”

After Home Styling

After

After (right)

After

Contest:

HKYantoYan is giving one lucky reader the amazing opportunity to win a 2-hour free home consultation by The Home Stylist!

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Vibha Karnik
Vibha is a compulsive planner, a published writer, a Bollywood lover, a social media addict and a travel enthusiast. A marketeer with a career spanning 9 years in both India and Hong Kong, Vibha decided that it was time to take the risk, break the monotony and do something new. Her recently acquired skills now include the ability to paint a room, speaking basic Mandarin and helping people plan their travels.
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