Home Staging

Home Staging Course

International Staging and Redesign Professional™

Our unique double certification gives you all the skills you need to stage homes successfully and helps you expand your business. The more professional services you offer, the more you increase your potential for success. Our graduates report that they are often hired to redesign their staging clients' new homes and that redesign contracts are a great supplement to their staging income.

Help your clients sell their homes quickly, and get the best market price. As a professional home stager, you'll entice buyers by highlighting a home's best features and making it feel spacious, warm, and inviting—inside and out. The staging process involves de-cluttering, depersonalizing, redesigning, improving curb appeal, and addressing necessary repairs. The goal is to make buyers feel they would personally enjoy living in the home you are staging. You will make the property look large, bright, clean, comfortable and inviting.

Redesign is a vital aspect of the staging process. The ISRP® double-certification course is unlike any other home staging training program. It covers both interior redesign and home staging. When you complete the course, you will be certified as an International Staging and Redesign Professional. You can study the course in your own time and at your own pace. Most importantly, you'll enjoy a professional, comprehensive and practical learning experience.

Our course teaches you proven staging techniques. You'll learn how to apply these techniques anywhere, from a cozy condo to a luxurious mansion. You'll learn the theory behind staging, and you'll understand why it's such a vital, popular service. Our hands-on exercises give you professional skills you can use immediately. In fact, your final project covers all the steps involved in a professional staging job.

Staging for Designers is a shorter version of our home staging program. This course is perfect for students who have already mastered our Interior Decorating course, or have a basic knowledge in the design industry.