Cher’s Beverly Hills House Reimagined with Home StagingAugust 16th, 2018 | Categories: Celebrity Real Estate. Tags: Beverly Hills, celebrity real estate, cher, colorado real estate, home staging, home staging Colorado, Home staging denver, and luxury staging.
Cher’s Beverly Hills house is for sale. Not that she needs an introduction, but singer, songwriter, fashion icon, and Mamma Mia 2 star, is moving on from her Beverly Hills property. Cher’s Beverly Hills house is currently listed for sale at $2.5 million and is 3,089 square feet. It features four bedrooms, three bathrooms with gorgeous reclaimed wood floors, exposed beams, custom recessed lighting, and wall to wall sliding glass doors. Not to mention the home also features a lush gardens, koi pond and wrap around deck.
Firstly, as you may have expected, the décor in Cher’s Beverly Hills house is eclectic and unique, just like its owner. However, for potential buyers, the decor and furnishings may take away from the home’s gorgeous English Tudor style architecture. The estate’s interior architecture is one of its main selling points, so it’s important to accentuate rather than detract from. Therefore, through an analysis of Cher’s home and a mood-board, I’ll show you how I would utilize home staging to get Cher’s home ready for sale.
The Staging Project:
Cher’s Beverly Hills Home
English Tudor Revival
Beverly Hills, CA
The Current Look:
Eclectic, colorful and busy
The Home Staging Game Plan:
The number one focus is to make sure the décor doesn’t take away from the home’s interior architecture. When it came to reimagining Cher’s home with home staging, we wanted to mute chose to mute the house’s current color palette. Our goal was to also outfit the space with more neutral accessories and create a softer aesthetic.
The Home Staging Reveal:
A home with a base of neutrals: whites, creams, and light beiges. The light palette creates and interesting contrast with the pre-existing dark woods found throughout the home throughout the home, like it’s hardwood floors and it’s exposed beams. We accessorized the space with neutral toned furniture and pillows as well, but chose interesting pieces with different patterns and textures to create dimension and interest. We added accent colors via airy pink and orange-hued accessories and art to create balance with the neutral palette.