Many students are unsure of the differences between a career in interior decorating and a career in home staging. Although similar, there are some key differences in the training needed to work in each field. Use the chart below to compare the content of QC’s Interior Decorating Course to the Home Staging Course, and find out which best suits your career goals.
Note that the Staging for Designers Course is a fast-track home staging course made for trained interior decorators. It does not include topics previously touched on in the Interior Decorating Course, allowing you to earn your staging certificate faster.
Discover how to create custom interiors from the ground up. You’ll learn to work with various clients and budgets, create floorplans, use wall treatments, and much more.
Learn how to professionally stage homes to attract buyers and sell houses for the best market price. This unique double-certification class teaches you art of redesign and depersonalization.
For trained interior decorators, this course allows you to earn your home staging certificate faster and at a lower cost. Discover the vital aspects of home staging, and learn how to prepare homes for sale.
|The World of Design and Decorating|
|Working with Color|
|Painting with Watercolors|
|Contemporary Design Styles|
|Basic Design Materials|
|Modern Design Materials|
|Classic Design Styles|
|Designing with Textiles|
|Early American Styles|
|Global Design Styles|
|Early 20th Century Design Styles|
|Late Modernist and Early 21st Century Design|
|Spacing Planning and Furniture Selection|
|Final Design Project|
|Starting Your Own Business|
|Marketing and Promotion|
|Working with Clients|
|Building Your Portfolio|
|Introduction to Home Staging|
|Decluttering and Depersonalizing|
|Final Staging Project|
|Real Estate Basics|