Staging to Sell

Master Trainer Kristine Porter teaches you staging tips and tricks you can apply to your listings today. 

Learn to move a property off the market and into a new buyer's possession!

Secrets of a Professional Home Stager

Staging Design can help move a house from "For Sale" to "Sold!"

In this one-hour class, you will learn a 5-step Priority Process that helps a seller get on-board with the changes that need to be made to sell their home.
You will learn about color trends and the Psychology of Change, and you will see several Before & After photos with the reasons behind the changes.

Learn to stage houses to sell much more quickly and for more than expected. 

Home Staging Priorities using the H.O.U.S.E. method

View course $49

About Your Instructor, Kristine Porter

Kristine Porter, owner of Styling and Staging, LLC, has been a professional stager, home stylist, and interior re-designer since 1999. 

She believes it is through re-imagination and re-invention that existing furnishings and decor can make a space feel new and fresh.

Kristine is certified in Interior Redesign, Home Staging, Home Styling, and Color Confidence, and a RESA-PRO. 

She has appeared on HGTV's "Decorating Cents" and has been featured in a video with Oprah.


I now use the principles of home staging. I was afraid to invest in my education, but I’ve staged my listings and most of them have sold in less than two weeks, at a higher price than originally thought. I'm surprised at how creative I've become by learning this simple process.
Helen Feign
I had the honor of being one of her students this summer and was amazed at how she could transform a room using items that were already there. She takes the time to get to know her clients' wants & wishes, and the rest is magic. I highly recommend this class.
Casandra Adkins
I feel much more confident, motivated, and excited to do this after the class. I highly recommend her to anyone who has an itch in the home design world that they have never scratched (or even those with experience who are seeking to grow).
Meg Case