Pres Training Home Clients Are Ecstatic Over the Transformations…
June 29, 2011 By Pres Ⓡ Staging Resource Centre
During the 5 day Pres Staging & Redesign Training course, students are taken into real clients’ homes to apply the theory they learned in the classroom. Our training home clients are carefully selected by the Pres Resource Centre Founder & Creative Director, Dana J. Smithers. What’s essential in the training homes is that there are at least 3 major rooms to transform, enough art and accessories to work with. Some homes may have more opportunity for learning proper furniture placement and others may provide the perfect opportunity for teaching the ‘art of hanging art’. Whether we are staging the home to sell, or transforming the home by redesigning it for living the outcome for the client is the same – they love the transformation!
In this home the client was struggling with how to make everything she loved look good together. When you are redesigning the home for living it’s important to transform the home by using as many of the client’s things as you can. Having said that not everything goes back into a room once we start building it back up using our 10 Step Secret Formula!
The Living Room Before:
A Living Room That Needs to Breathe!
The Living Room After:
A living room that captures her personal style!
This her testimonial. When I walked in my home all I could say was “Wow!” I was taken aback immediately by the sense of being welcomed into my own home, stunned by the spaciousness and a feeling that the rooms can breathe again. With styled shelves, walls complimented with art, properly placed furniture and treasured items beautifully displayed, it became the space I wanted it to be. If you want your home staged or redesigned invite Pres Staging program in the door because you won’t be disappointed!
If this is something you are interested in participating in let us know by going to our Pres Training Home Page. Just click on this link and we will be in touch! Sorry, this offer is only for home owners in the Lower Mainland BC (for now).
Posted on Wed, June 29, 2011
by Colleen McClure filed under