Interior design photography. Those words together have a certain harmony. Color scheme, composition, flow, lines, shapes, and overall emotion. That could describe either photography or interior design!
Karen Mills, a nationally known interior designer and former host of the design show Living Large, contracted 29 Pixel Studios to photograph a beautiful house in Overland Park, KS. The objective was to show the end result of Karen’s passion for design and award-winning resale staging capabilities. *Side-note: The house just went on the market! Check it out here on Trulia.
Hiring a professional graphic designer, photographer or videographer is probably a lot like hiring a professional interior decorator. Sure, you could do these things yourself (even for your company). After all, we all have cameras on our phone! And it seems everyone has at least a slight addiction to television shows focusing on home renovation, resale, flip/flop, or home repair.
So how hard could it be? The answer: not hard at all! If you think your snapshots are pretty, that is a win. If your Pinterest boards inspire you to change something in your living room, then go for it!
If you want your entry way to make a statement and your house to be art, it might be better to hire a professional like Karen Mills. If you want a professional video to get results, or photography instead of ‘pictures,’ or graphic design that has impact… then it might be time to call 29 Pixel Studios.Check out more of Karen Mills’ work at http://karenmills.net/. Are you interested in hiring 29 Pixel Studios to photograph your before/after interior design, or perhaps your real estate listing? We’d love to hear from you! Contact us today.
Going all out with interior design photograph / cinematography for your real estate listing…
Adding aerial footage (photography and/or videography) is in our wheelhouse! Take a look at the Burt house project! This mansion is older than the state of Kansas. The owners’ children have all grown and left the nest. Before selling the house, the two wanted a family heirloom. 29 Pixel Studios was brought in to create a long format video (for insurance), a ‘short-film’ for family memories, a commercial to help sell the house, and finally, architectural photography for the listing.
From Nick: “As a kid, one of the careers I wanted to pursue was an architect. At around eight-years old I used all my allowance savings to buy a big bucket of Legos and nearly 30 years later, my four-year old twins are creating with those same bricks. I still love architecture and I am excited that one of my interests and my career meld together.”