I have had the very unique experience of having grown up in a furniture store, surrounded by interior decorators (my parents and my brother) and an interior designer (my sister). I followed a slightly different path, however, and earned my MA in Art and Architectural History, which led to a wonderful position within the Historic Preservation division of the National Park Service in Washington, DC. I worked closely with both the National Archives and the Library of Congress, and I made a significant contribution to the preservation of American architecture.
Home staging is the natural outcome of my education, personal and work experiences. I have furthered my education by completing the StagedHomes.com accrediation course, and I have earned the title of Accredited Staging Professional (ASP). I am also a member in good standing with the International Association of Home Staging Professionals (IAHSP), and served as the Membership Chair for 2009. I believe you would be hard pressed to find a home stager as knowledgable about the architecture of your home as I am, nor one who is willing to do as much or as little as you like to stage your house and get it sold for top dollar.
If you'd like to learn more about home staging, and see what services my company, Preferred Staging, LLC, offers, then please visit my website at www.preferredstaging.com.
Serving Northern Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland, including Loudoun, Fairfax, Arlington, Alexandria, Montgomery, and Prince George's counties.