For thousands of years mathematicians, artists, architects, botanists and countless others have discovered and rediscovered the “golden ratio”

Designer Le Corbusier was a devout follower of this principle in his designs. How do we apply his theories to staging?

We often run into spaces that feel awkward, and cause the home to be unappealing to buyers. This is usually because the dimensions of the rooms fall outside of this geometric sweet spot and are either long and narrow or oddly square.

By floating furniture in the room, or angling the arrangement in the space we can create the golden ratio that is found in our very DNA.

Aesthetic appeal is a primal response to something the eye encounters. Rooms that are geometrically unappealing can be made attractive with proper furniture placement, to correct for the imbalance.