Many people with decorating talent ask if they should be working for a home stager as a first step in their home staging career.
It’s natural to be nervous about going into a new field.
The “conventional wisdom” about starting your own business is that you should work in… Read More →
I chose a home staging career when I was in my mid 40s so that I could finally turn my passions for decorating and real estate into a business.
Years later, I started the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program to teach other creative people how to have a home staging career.
I never… Read More →
One of the delightful things about having the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program since 2005, is watching how my grads’ lives and careers unfold after taking my program.
Staging Diva Graduate Carrie McCampbell is a Washington-based designer with a love for renovations, remodels, DIY projects, home staging and decorating.
Her motto is “beautiful spaces on a budget” which works especially well when decorating a house to sell on the real estate… Read More →
Staging Diva Graduate Rob Reinhart of Make It-Home in Palm Springs California worked for years in Sales and Merchandising in the fashion industry before turning his talents to home staging.
He took the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program while working full-time, and within… Read More →
Staging Diva Graduate Mary Ann Benoit of Northern Lights Home Staging and Design in Seward Alaska wanted to make the right first impression with her home staging business. She quickly realized that two key pieces of that are having a professional looking home staging business logo and … Read More →