Prop Styling for Designers
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Instructor Robin Zachary, January 11, 2023; 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. EST. Online
January 11, 2023 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. EST
Online

You design a beautiful space and now it’s time to have it photographed for your portfolio, an editorial or a real estate listing. You’ve got a great photographer lined up and the lighting is perfect. But something’s still missing to make the scene complete: How do you accessorize for maximum impact? 
Robin Zachary, prop stylist, educator and author of Styling Beyond Instagram, is on hand to teach you techniques to style each room of the home with finishing touches that will make all the difference. Through simple-to-incorporate steps, she’ll reveal the keys to taking designed spaces to the next level.

In this class, attendees will learn:

- Which props will bring personality to a space, and whether to rent or buy them
- How to work with a photographer to get close-up “moments” in addition to wide-angle room shots
- When it’s best to hire a professional stylist

After this class, attendees will have: 

- A room-by-room list of prop ideas
- An overview of prop styling techniques

Additional Information:

This workshop is conducted through Zoom webinar. All you need to join is reliable internet access and computer speakers with good volume.

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Click here to learn more. If you are already a BOH Insider member and are looking to take this class, please register through your Benefits Portal. Questions? Email membership@businessofhome.com.

Robin Zachary is a New York–based tabletop and prop stylist and the creator of The Prop Styling Experience, a custom-designed, hands-on styling workshop. She is also contributing home editor at Bridal Guide magazine and its former creative director. Zachary is a frequent speaker at conferences and workshops. She has been on the faculty of the Fashion Institute of Technology and has taught classes at the New York Botanical Garden, the Penumbra Foundation and West Elm. Her clients include corporate brands and national magazines, for which she has styled editorial, advertising, e-commerce and social media projects. As a smart shopper and self-proclaimed vintage junkie with a passion for ephemera and hand-made objects, she’s always on the hunt for the next great prop, scouring boutiques and thrift shops while traveling. She strives to create perfectly composed photographs that tell a story and foster an emotional connection between the viewer and the image.