Home staging videos can be found on television, on DVD and on many websites. Video is a great way to see some amazing home staging techniques used throughout a property, often to startling effect. Before and after photos and videos are a great way to learn the basics of staging design. This way, you can see exactly what changes were enacted and how each change has a positive effect on the overall balance and aesthetic appeal of the home.
This tutorial helps interested readers to locate and learn from quality videos that are dedicated to home staging education.
Training with Home Staging Videos
Many television shows are dedicated to home staging or at least feature regular segments on property staging. These shows can be entertaining and informative and are truly a fabulous source of information about effective home staging tips. I particularly like “The Stagers” and “Get It Sold”, with Sabrina Soto, on HGTV.
There are also many educational materials on video, which are marketed as home staging training courses. These presentations can enrich your staging skills even more, since they guide you through the entire process of improving the décor in a room and also enlighten you as to the reasons why the changes are necessary. Pictures are great, but video is life-in-motion. There is simply no substitute for video when it comes to viewing the benefits of property enhancement firsthand.
Real Estate Staging Videos on the Web
Many of the large home improvement and media websites offer videos about home staging. Almost all the staging television shows are featured on the network websites, along with clips, full episodes and exclusive outtakes. These videos can be watched anytime and anywhere.
The internet is the premier source of information about everything, so it is no surprise that there are also many websites, just like this one, covering the home staging industry from every angle imaginable. Finding materials on the web can be as easy as entering home staging videos in your favorite search box.
Home Staging Videos for Inspiration
While home staging books, magazines and videos are all fantastic sources of inspiration and knowledge, there is simply no substitute for hands-on experience. Do not be afraid of home staging. Try it out. Get yourself some easy furniture moving glides and experiment. Try out different designs, even if you are not so confident that they will look good. Seeing what does not work will help your mind to comprehend what does work.
I still surprise myself often by discovering that even the best laid staging plan does not always produce the desired result, while some less obvious layouts may be incredibly beautiful. Actually, I just made some changes to my own master bedroom which reflect this very sentiment. I had always believed the unique shape of the room made the set-up viable in only one configuration. However, trying something new, on a whim, produced a better result in a completely unexpected layout, which never occurred to me before.
Keep learning and keep growing. That reminds me: I should make a video about that master bedroom design…