Home Staging is an image business and your logo is part of your image.
Does your logo need some polish? I’m really proud of these professional examples from Staging Diva Graduates. You’ll notice some use an image and some just use words. The possibilities are endless.
The first step is deciding what kind of image or personality you want to communicate.
There are many ways to look professional. Your logo can use humor or be very serious. You can be conservative or more creative. Part of this decision should be based on your own personality and also on the name you have selected for your home staging business.
You can get lots of help with how to have a professional looking logo developed like the examples I’ve just shown you. In the Staging Diva Ultimate Portfolio Guide, I explain in detail what to put in a creative brief for a designer, plus how to make up your mind about the image you want to communicate.
This guide will also teach you how to write about your services in a compelling way and how to take great before and after shots for your portfolio.
Debra Gould, President Six Elements Inc.
Creator of The Staging Diva® Home Staging Training Program
Debra Gould’s mission is to inspire others to follow their dreams and use their innate talents to also earn a living. She has trained over 1000 women and men on five continents how to take their talent for decorating and turn it into a successful home staging business. Learn more about the Staging Diva Home Staging Business Training Program.
Adam Luttrell says
This is a topic I am about as passionate about as you can get. A logo is the first interaction a potential client will have with your business. It represents who you are and where you want to be. It is critical to brand yourself and set yourself apart from the competition and in home staging (the business of first impressions), that is exactly what a professional logo will do.
Debra Gould, The Staging Diva says
Adam, you’ve done a great job with your logo too! I know I’ve featured it in a past article. For anyone who hasn’t seen Adam’s logo for Shift by Design, check it out!