Interior Design and Staging In this research, six aspects about Interior Design and Staging include the Origin of interior design, interior design and staging, designing process, education and training, professional organization, and my mentor information. Basically the history of interior design is quite uncertain. According to the article “Interior Design History”, “Nobody really knows for sure how the history of interior design first begin though you can easily imagine that the rich and wealthy right through the annals of history has always wanted their homes well decorated and filled with exotic furniture” (1). In other words the origin of interior design still remains uncertain because going back in time before Jesus Christ, fortunate people always like their houses embellished with beautiful ornaments. Also, researches show that the history of interior design goes way back to the roman time, Italian Renaissance and the industrial revolution (“Interior Design” 1). Although they are somehow different, interior design and staging are both about decorating a space. Starting with staging, Weinstraub quotes, “Home staging is about illusion…. It’s all about dressing the house for sale” (1). This quote means all homeowners or interior designer in need sell their house makeover their house by decorating it, adding and removing some items to make it desirable to buyers. The purpose of interior design is to make a house look larger, brighter and lovely; staging a house also gives home buyers the desire to buy it (Weinstraub 1). The price for staging a house varies. Weinstraub comments, “Fees range from $500 to $5,000 or more depending on square footage and the number of room staged” (1). The cost for home staging may cost less or more depending on the size of the house or the number of room. The money supply for staging may come from bank loans, savings, family, or issued stocks (Ball 89).
Next, Ball writes, “Interior designers plan and provide