About FREK

FREK was created by the founder, Rachel Bryant to bring home staging, rental staging, and home styling services to home owners and real estate agents on the island of Ibiza.

Based on her years of experience in marketing and design, and seeing that the housing market in Ibiza was missing a home staging professional it was a natural progression to start FREK.

Rachel is the only home stager with a Bachelor of Design degree, years of experience working in the combination of marketing and design, project management, and is an award winning lighting designer. All the tools necessary to sell your house quickly and for top dollar.

While Rachel has styled numerous properties with varying budgets she does not believe that design should cost a lot of money and spends only on the areas where she will get most visual impact and return for investment.

Rachel is a graduate of the The Staging Diva® Home Staging Business Training Program, created by internationally known home staging expert Debra Gould of Six Elements Inc and Abigail Ahern’s Design School. She is passionate about constantly sharpening her skills with new training so that she stays at the top of of the property styling industry.

A personal mission

Owning a business has been a lifelong wish of Rachel, but from the start she was only going to create a business where she could make a genuine difference in the lives of others while doing something she loved. Property styling has allowed Rachel to follow through with this dream.


“I remember at design school they asked me what was my aim and I said to bring beauty into the lives of others. The essence of it was that I really wanted to make people feel good through beautiful things and a beautiful space. Now more than ever I am fulfilling that aim.  I get to make people happy by bringing out the beauty of their properties through often very simple changes while empowering them with styling knowledge along the way. It is so rewarding to be able to see the difference I can make in their lives whether helping them release themselves from financial burdens or expressing themselves more clearly through their homes re-design.”