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    17 January 2022

    No, you don’t have to pay upfront to transform your home

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    Does it seem like you’ll have to shell out lots of money upfront to give your home the wow factor?

    That’s a common anxiety we hear in our initial consultations. While some companies will always require upfront payment, we know that it’s helpful to have more flexibility with investing in your home. Which is why we offer Pay Later for interior design.

    So, what is Pay Later?

    With our flexible payment option, approved applicants can access up to $50,000 on a 12-month interest-free* plan for Styled to Keep installations. Which means you can simply make 12 equal monthly payments on your furniture package, with no interest charged. And if you need more flexibility, you can also extend your payment term beyond 12 months, subject to an additional interest rate.

    And… what exactly is Styled to Keep?

    Our bespoke styling service for Homeowners refreshes your property with curated furniture and decor. After your initial consultation, our experienced expert stylists will put together a proposal for a bespoke furniture package within 24 hours, all encompassing your needs, Design Direction, budget and renovations if required. Once you accept the proposal, you can choose to Pay Later – while our team gets busy! In fact, the furniture installation process usually only takes a few hours. Once finished you may even not recognise your home… and yes, you keep the furniture forever.

    Why go the professional route?

    We understand the budgetary appeal of DIY interior design, but professional styling can save you money in the long run by eliminating unnecessary purchases and renovation mistakes. Pay Later also helps safeguard you against paying big lump sums, spreading out the load over the payment period. 

    Interested to know more? 

    We’re here to answer all your questions! Get in touch at or 02 9531 2233, or use the contact form and our team will be in touch to organise a free consultation.

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