Interior Marketing Group is the largest luxury real estate design and marketing firm in the United States. In addition to providing interior design services to luxury home owners, their award-winning staging and Interior Marketing services enable the most coveted properties and developments in the world to sell faster and at greater multiples than the market’s average.
Founded in 2007 by real estate agent turned designer, Cheryl Eisen, the unique concept of Interior Marketing was conceived from her distinct understanding of what drives buyer decision-making. Eisen reinvented the singular focus of traditional staging by creating a unique hybrid of interior design, public relations, marketing and event planning.
Eclectic design is the purposeful pairing of textures, time periods, and trends to create a cohesive look. This style marries modern and vintage elements in an inspired way. The pieces are used to accentuate the unique layout and architecture of each residence. By intermixing colors, fabrics, and accessories, IMG’s team of visionaries create rooms that feel imaginative while still maintaining the harmony of the home. Both innovative and eye-catching, the look leaves a lasting impression.
After rising to prominence in the mid-20th century, the Mid-Century Modern movement is back in vogue once again. As much a part of the current zeitgeist now as it was during its original heyday, the popular design directive juxtaposes sleek, clean lines with natural shapes and functional furnishings. To bring the timeless look at life, IMG’s designers seek out staple pieces with an emphasis on function and fine craftsmanship (think wood dressers and curved wood chairs).
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Say hello to something new. contemporary design embodies the spirit of the age by blending a neutral palette with minimalist elements and organic silhouettes. The look is influenced by current trends in interior design, lifestyle, and culture. Hand-selected by our designers to suit each home’s individual aesthetic, IMG’s Contemporary designs blend mid-century and modern elements to create spaces that are truly unique.
Bold pops of color, statement light fixtures, metallic accents, and striking artwork work together to infuse personality into each individual room. It is a fresh, fun style for today’s contemporary homeowner.
Sometimes less really is more. Defined by clean lines, an understated palette, and functional pieces, Minimalist design is uncomplicated, uncluttered, and serene. IMG designers select pieces that are sleek and timeless to create a look that is modest, yet thoughtful. Muted tones with varying shades of neutrals are used to maintain interest, while also achieving an open and airy aesthetic that feels like home. In short, Minimalist design is at the intersection of simplicity and functionality.
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Gommosa Sofa combines and transpires those exact characteristics. Rounded, organic shapes of the sofa, with such a delicious and comfortable appeal of the upholstery. Soft as a marshmallow and exciting as the expresso, this sofa is the ultimate homage to comfort, appealing to the coziness and warmth of the living room.
Opera Two Seat Sofa was inspired by the lavish character of the seats in opera houses that encapsulates the best of modern design and luxurious modern living. Upholstered in velvet with a leather panel in the back, this contemporary two-seater brings a sophisticated touch to any stylish ambiance. The smooth velvet finish ensure it’s as comfortable as beautiful. It’s available in a wide range of colors.
Wave Big Center Table, by Boca do Lobo, with great style and elegance creates an exclusive ambiance for your modern interiors. It is an original and stylish coffee table for a modern living room as it is also an unconventional center table for your sitting room. True classics never fail to make an impression and this is certainly the case for the Wave Big Center Table from Boca do Lobo.
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