Are you living your passion, where the lines between work and pleasure are so blurred you have no concept of time passing? Do you “follow your bliss”… living in purpose… using your talents…having fun…and making a living at it? What if all the things that you love don’t feel like a proper profession? You know,…Read More
3 Day Live In-Person Staging Training Class: Melissa Returns to Live Teaching!
Long considered one of the top stagers in both the United States and Canada, Melissa Marro returns to live in-person staging training this summer with a 3 day and 5 day course. This is a comprehensive program designed to fully instruct students on the BUSINESS of staging. All necessary tools are provided to students including…Read More
Home Staging Tip: How to make a bed in a bag look like luxury.
Bed in a bag. Is there an item in our home staging arsenal that combines both love and hate as much as this simple accessory? Go down the aisles of TJ Maxx, Ross, Marshalls or any other discount store and you’ll see some really awful ones, and then some that seem to have potential. Pull…Read More
How many pillows does it take to stage a home?
I was packing for a Jacksonville home staging job yesterday and I simply had to laugh as I packed up bag after bag of pillows. I’m one of the home stagers that actually owns all of my furniture, and frankly I wouldn’t have it any other way. Still, I know great stagers, like Karen Otto…Read More
Home Staging Training: Rules about Rugs (and when to break them)
In our online home staging training course we discuss many aspects and rules about home decor, including the importance of rugs, and the rules surrounding their use. Rugs can add a lot of interest to a space, define the area, and help to create warmth. Used improperly, rugs can also entirely ruin a design plan.…Read More
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