How to Stage a Home Without Investing in Large Inventory
Are you interested in becoming a home stager except the idea of buying and storing a bunch of furniture is holding you back?
I have good news for you my friend because you don’t need a lot of money or a large inventory to be an awesome home stager! In fact, most stagers start this business with very little capital and a huge dose of passion.
In my certification training, I walk people through the process of tackling vacant homes in such a way, that it doesn’t break the bank.
In the video below I’m going to show you a ton of staging design tips along with photos of how to stage a home using furniture rentals and a small group of accessories.
The video was from a post shared by Angie Creech of of Angie Creech Design in our Stagers Connect group. Angie was tasked with a tight deadline and large home with lots of questionable spaces and large nooks that needed filling.
Check out the video to see how she staged it:
I never get tired of sharing home success stories and these days, my private Stagers Connect Facebook Group is filled with them!
In a short period of time, Angie stages this HUGE home to sell within days!
Here are some lessons learned in this “How to Stage a Home Success Video”:
- You don’t need a bunch of inventory to stage a home (and even a large home)
- Follow the principles of great design (which I discuss) to create flow, cohesion, symmetry, scale, rhythm and balance
- Some rules of staging and mistakes stagers make in their design
- Be fearless like Angie and know that you cannot hurt the home…trust your instincts
I hope you enjoyed this staging success story!
If you’re interested in learning more about home staging, feel free to grab my “Road Map to Becoming a Stager” PDF by clicking on the image below…