I'd be happy to speak to you regarding your home staging needs or your client's. My direct number is 469-964-0516 email karen @homestarstaging.con
Karen Otto, ASP,RESA
Tiffany Esser, ASP, RESA
Most companies will have a limited selection of styles, which aren't always appropriate for the home in question.
It would be more useful to find one that had an inventory and designer better suited to a particular home, even if they cost a bit more. It is all about value, after all.
BTW: I strongly urge all residential listing agents to avail themselves of the ASP courses or their equivalent. Interior design is, after all, how we create that all-important First Impression for the prospective buyer, and it occurs whether we take conscious and deliberate action or leave it to chance!
She is the best and can bring the price into what ever catagory is needed to fit the situation and price range of house. She can also do a full model home for a builder.
Tell her i sent you,
Mary Beth Harrison
The Harrison Group
Keller Williams Realty
As you probably know, there are a couple of different home staging training programs out there, and most have online directories of people who've passed their courses. The drawback is that the courses range from multi-day/several thousand dollar courses to home study courses for a few hundred dollars. So you have to know the quality of the training--but you can do that by examining the web sites and see what's necessary for certification.
There's another alternative: virtual home staging. It tends to be very affordable--a few hundred dollars for several rooms "virtually staged" on a computer. The result is photorealistic images of the staged rooms. Here's a link to one virtual staging company: http://virtualstagingsolutions3d.com
Hope that helps.